King's Christmas Medal

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King's Christmas Medal
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Ribbon bar
Awarded by the
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Sovereign of Ikonia
TypeDecoration medal
Established17 December 2020
MottoThe jolly season has come
EligibilityAt the discretion of the Monarch
StatusCurrently constituted
SovereignCameron I
GradesRecipient (KCM)
Statistics
First induction17 December 2020
Total inductees8 (including Sovereign)
Precedence
Next (higher)King's Vita Medal
Next (lower)Baronet

The King's Christmas Medal (post-nominal: KCM) is a personal decoration medal in the Kingdom of Ikonia founded by King Cameron I. It is rewarded to heads of states, foreign government ministers and Ikonian citizens for "spending time with the Monarch either in a physical or digital form". The award is only given out on Christmas day, hence the name. It was established on 17 December 2020 before the 2020 Christmas Honours were announced.

Recipients

Nation Pre-nominals Name Post-nominals Invested Reference
Royal Standard of Ikonia.svg Ikonia His Majesty Cameron I 2020[a] [citation needed]
 New Rizalia His Excellency Seann Torres OH KCM 2020 [citation needed]
 Aenderia The Right Honourable Jayden Lycon KCM 2020 [citation needed]
 Hrafnarfjall His Imperial and Royal Majesty Thomas I KCM 2020 [citation needed]
 Austenasia Lord Tribune Andrew Creed KCM 2020 [citation needed]
 Essexia The Right Honourable Terry T KCM 2020 [citation needed]
 Essexia General Sir Jack Dean KCM 2020 [citation needed]
 Essexia The Right Honourable [b] Matthew S KCM 2020 [citation needed]
 Lurk Sir Karl Friedrich OH KCM 2020 [citation needed]

Notes

  1. Fount of honour
  2. During time, title no longer used