This article presents a new reading for the epithet of Werethekau, the goddess of coronation, on the golden pendant of Tutankhamun at Cairo Museum (JE 61952). The epithet of Werethekau was found on a pendant within the small golden shrine of Tutankhamun. This paper will investigate the evidence whether one of the epithet of the king “beloved of Werethekau, lady of heaven” should instead be read as “beloved of Werethekau, lady of the palace” through comparison with other known examples of the epithet.