The Royal We Symbols & Objects

Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan
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The Flag Pin

The flag pin is a symbol for Bex’s conflicted identity as an American betrothed to the future king of England. Though Nick loves Bex’s American characteristics--especially the lack of pressure she puts on him regarding his future responsibilities--Bex remains torn, as everyone else around her pressures her into becoming more British, and more like those “traditionally” suited for someone in Nick’s position

Richard's Watercolor Sketch

The watercolor sketch of Emma represents both Richard’s love of art and love of Emma. Though Richard has a cold and closed-off personality, the sketch represents a part of him that no characters in the novel get to experience: someone who is sensitive and emotional.

Paint Britain

Paint Britain symbolizes Bex’s skill and love for art outside of her relationship. It is a program she started at the Soane Museum to give underprivileged children...

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