Not sure if its been done but I cant find it in any other threads: Her Majesty The Queen has now approved a change to the regulations that permits the Elizabeth Cross to be worn on the right side of uniforms whenever other medals are worn if the recipient so chooses. 6. The DIN will be amended in due course. In the meantime, if a recipient serving in the Regular Army or Reserves wishes to wear the Elizabeth Cross, he or she may do so subject to the following guidelines: a. The recipient has the discretion to decide whether or not to wear the Elizabeth Cross in uniform. There is no element of compunction as there is with medals. b. The Elizabeth Cross is worn only on orders of dress in which other medals are worn. c. The Elizabeth Cross is only worn when medals are ordered. d. The full size Elizabeth Cross is worn when full-size medals are worn. When miniature medals are worn then the miniature Cross is worn. e. The Elizabeth Cross is worn on the right chest centred above the breast pocket with the base of the Cross 3mm above the horizontal breast pocket seam. If the recipient wears other medals on the right side such as Royal Humane Society medals, the Elizabeth Cross and other medals are to be worn in the order of the dates on which they were awarded, the earliest being closest to the centre of the chest. In Mess Kit, the miniature Elizabeth Cross is to be worn in the corresponding position to medals on the left side.