ArmsAzure, three Doves volant in pale wings elevated and addorsed Argent beaked and legged Gules between two flaunches Or each charged with a flaunche Azure thereon a dove volant wings elevated and addorsed beaked and legged Gules.
CrestA prairie dog sejant erect Azure grasping in the forepaws a pomegranate slipped and leaved Or seeded Gules.
BadgeFour torches in saltire surmounted by one in pale azure enflamed upwards.

The armiger is an American citizen who traces his descent from Anne of York, sister of Edward IV. He is a private businessman and has been actively employed for over 25 years on behalf of international peace and reconciliation in several areas of the world. In the arms the doves represent Mr Constable’s efforts towards peace, while the flaunches allude to his work on both sides of the Atlantic ocean. The crest of the prairie dog represents the armiger’s American origins in Illinois, while the pomegranate refers to his wife, who is descended from an ancient Basque family, being the Spanish Royal badge of Granada, well known in England as the badge of Katharine of Aragon.

Granted25th July 2007 (College of Arms)
AgentPeter Gwynn-Jones (Garter King of Arms)

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