Mary II and William III of England, Scotland and Ireland

quarterly
  1st and 4th quarterly
    i and iv azure, three fleurs de lys or
    ii and iii gules, three lions passant-gardant or in pale, armed and langued azure;;
  2nd or, 
    within a tressure flory-counter-flory, 
      a lion rampant gules, armed and langued azure
  3rd azure,
    a harp or bendwise smaller;;
over all quarterings 
  on an escutcheon azure billety or, 
    a lion rampant or armed and langued gules much larger
impaled with
quarterly
  1st and 4th quarterly
    i and iv azure, 
      three fleurs de lys or
    ii and iii gules, 
      three lions passant-gardant or in pale, armed and langued azure;;
    2nd or, 
      within a tressure flory-counter-flory, 
        a lion rampant gules, armed and langued azure
    3rd azure, 
      a harp or bendwise smaller;;

Suggested by an anonymous user, who adds:

As co-monarchs, they impaled their arms: William bore the Royal Arms with the addition of an escutcheon of Nassau (the royal house to which William belonged), while Mary bore the Royal Arms undifferenced.

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