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Old 10-28-2017, 12:05 PM
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As far as i knowit is not cinfrimed that he is married to her. And how is it in Thailand? Is the Title Queen automatic or does it have to bestowed like for example in Jordan?
Bestowed of cause. I think it's like that everywhere in the world.
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Old 10-28-2017, 12:10 PM
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Well, the Daily Mail claimed she was still his wife and even walked in Procession of the funeral while his mistress attended, too, in military function....
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Princess Chulabhorn as her rank is higher than her sister. Princess Sirindhon is the highest as she is Princess Royal, follow by Princess Chulabhorn. Princess Ubonratana isn't technically royal anymore so she come the last even though she is the oldest.
Thanks. Thought so too but wasn't sure as i'm not familiar with them.

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Bestowed of cause. I think it's like that everywhere in the world.
In Europe it is automatic. For example in the UK it was as announced that Camilla would be the known as Princess Consort when Prince Charles succeededs his mother. But even if she will be known by that Title she will still be Queen as in the UK a wife gets her rank from her husband. She only will not became Queen if the british Parliament passes and Act to remove the Queen Title from her.
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Old 10-28-2017, 09:25 PM
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Which daughter? He has two.
Were his older sons also present with their families? The late King was also their grandpa and they should have right to say farewell to him.
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Thanks for identifiing them. One more question about the sisters of the King. Is the one nexst to Princess Sirindhorn Princess Ubol Ratana or Princess Chulabhorn?
This family tree chart of King Bhumibol might helps you identify the princesses easier:
https://ichef.bbci.co.uk/news/624/cp...oyalfamily.png

I'll list you living members of the Thai Royal Family and family of King Bhumibol ranked by royal titles:
  1. Queen Dowager Sirikit (King Rama X's mother, great-granddaughter of King Rama V)

    2nd generation
  2. King Vajiralongkorn (Rama X; King Bhumibol's 2nd child)
  3. Princess Sirindhorn (Princess Royal; King Bhumibol's 3rd Child)
  4. Princess Chulabhorn (King Bhumibol's youngest child)
  5. Princess Ubolratana (King Bhumibol's eldest child; technically already lost her royal title but still retain the royal style)
  6. Princess Soamsawali (King Vajiralongkorn's 1st wife; Queen Sirikit's niece)
  7. Than Phu Ying Dhasanawalaya Sornsongkram (Princess Galyani's daughter; King Bhumibol's niece)

    3rd generation
  8. Princess Bajrakitiyabha (King Vajiralongkorn's eldest child; of Princess Soamsawali)
  9. Princess Sirivannavari (King Vajiralongkorn's 6th child; of Sujarinee Vivacharawongse)
  10. Prince Dipangkorn (King Vajiralongkorn's 7th child; of Srirasmi Suwadee)
  11. Princess Siribhachudabhorn (Princess Chulabhorn's 1st child)
  12. Princess Aditayadornkitikhun (Princess Chulabhorn's 2nd child)
  13. Khun Ploypailin Jensen (Princess Ubolratana's 1st child)
  14. Khun Sirikitiya Jensen (Princess Ubolratana's 2nd child)

In case if you might wanted to explore further, this is the genealogy of the royal family from King Mongkut (Rama IV) but the chart is not complete though. You will find many of them married each other within the family:
https://terrysamui.files.wordpress.c...familytree.jpg

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So constitutionally Suthida Tidjai is Queen of Thailand as the King hasn´t divorced her so far....?!
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Well, the Daily Mail claimed she was still his wife and even walked in Procession of the funeral while his mistress attended, too, in military function....
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As far as i knowit is not cinfrimed that he is married to her. And how is it in Thailand? Is the Title Queen automatic or does it have to bestowed like for example in Jordan?
Still not sure who's going to be the next Queen of Thailand, have to wait until the coronation taken place since there will (probably) be an installation ceremony of the Queen. However, Queen Sirikit will surely become Queen Mother of Thailand, the second one in our history after Queen Saovabha Phongsri whose sons are King Rama VI and King Rama VII.

Currently, there are two ladies that are known to Thai public:
  1. Suthida Vajiralongkorn na Ayudhya (née Tidjai)
  2. Sineenad Wongsevajirabhakdi (née Niramon Unprom)

These two ladies are distinguished persons but both serve as King Vajiralongkorn's royal guards. The lady seen in the procession was Khun Sineenad while Khun Suthida was frequently seen during the merit-making ceremony in Dusit Maha Prasat Hall (the lady in military uniform sitting in the front row of seats faced toward King Vajiralongkorn and the late king's urn).

For Khun Sujarinee Vivacharawongse (née Yuvadhida Polpraserth), she is currently living in the US with her sons (4 former princes). They got their titles ripped off and barred from entering Thailand ever again after an incident and divorce in 1996. Surely they couldn't be presented at the cremation ceremony eventhough how badly they wanted to.

For Khun Srirasmi Suwadee, she is living somewhere in Thailand (probably Ratchaburi Province, her hometown) but we haven't heard of her for couple of years now. She was anticipated to become the next Queen of Thailand and much loved by the public in later years as Princess Consort. Many people still miss the former princess and call her their next Queen in comment section of various Youtube videos about her.
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Old 10-29-2017, 12:46 AM
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Still not sure who's going to be the next Queen of Thailand, have to wait until the coronation taken place since there will (probably) be an installation ceremony of the Queen.
Is it known when the coronation will be?
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Old 10-29-2017, 01:14 AM
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Still not announced yet, but the government should release schedule and details about the ceremony soon.
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Old 10-29-2017, 02:32 AM
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German BILD has pictures of the 2 ladies, wife & mistress
Begräbnis seines Vaters - Thai-Prinz geht mit zwei Frauen zur Beerdigung - Politik Ausland - Bild.de
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Old 10-29-2017, 05:51 AM
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Merit-making ritual and tranferring royal relics of King Bhumibol Adulyadej to be enshrined at Chakri Maha Prasat Throne Hall:


Royal cavalry procession transferring royal ashes of King Bhumibol Adulyadej to be enshrined at Wat Bowonniwet Vihara and Wat Ratchabophit:


This marks an end to five-day cremation ceremonies of the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand.
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Old 10-29-2017, 07:44 AM
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This family tree chart of King Bhumibol might helps you identify the princesses easier:
https://ichef.bbci.co.uk/news/624/cp...oyalfamily.png

I'll list you living members of the Thai Royal Family and family of King Bhumibol ranked by royal titles:
  1. Queen Dowager Sirikit (King Rama X's mother, great-granddaughter of King Rama V)

    2nd generation
  2. King Vajiralongkorn (Rama X; King Bhumibol's 2nd child)
  3. Princess Sirindhorn (Princess Royal; King Bhumibol's 3rd Child)
  4. Princess Chulabhorn (King Bhumibol's youngest child)
  5. Princess Ubolratana (King Bhumibol's eldest child; technically already lost her royal title but still retain the royal style)
  6. Princess Soamsawali (King Vajiralongkorn's 1st wife; Queen Sirikit's niece)
  7. Than Phu Ying Dhasanawalaya Sornsongkram (Princess Galyani's daughter; King Bhumibol's niece)

    3rd generation
  8. Princess Bajrakitiyabha (King Vajiralongkorn's eldest child; of Princess Soamsawali)
  9. Princess Sirivannavari (King Vajiralongkorn's 6th child; of Sujarinee Vivacharawongse)
  10. Prince Dipangkorn (King Vajiralongkorn's 7th child; of Srirasmi Suwadee)
  11. Princess Siribhachudabhorn (Princess Chulabhorn's 1st child)
  12. Princess Aditayadornkitikhun (Princess Chulabhorn's 2nd child)
  13. Khun Ploypailin Jensen (Princess Ubolratana's 1st child)
  14. Khun Sirikitiya Jensen (Princess Ubolratana's 2nd child)

In case if you might wanted to explore further, this is the genealogy of the royal family from King Mongkut (Rama IV) but the chart is not complete though. You will find many of them married each other within the family:
https://terrysamui.files.wordpress.c...familytree.jpg





Still not sure who's going to be the next Queen of Thailand, have to wait until the coronation taken place since there will (probably) be an installation ceremony of the Queen. However, Queen Sirikit will surely become Queen Mother of Thailand, the second one in our history after Queen Saovabha Phongsri whose sons are King Rama VI and King Rama VII.

Currently, there are two ladies that are known to Thai public:
  1. Suthida Vajiralongkorn na Ayudhya (née Tidjai)
  2. Sineenad Wongsevajirabhakdi (née Niramon Unprom)

These two ladies are distinguished persons but both serve as King Vajiralongkorn's royal guards. The lady seen in the procession was Khun Sineenad while Khun Suthida was frequently seen during the merit-making ceremony in Dusit Maha Prasat Hall (the lady in military uniform sitting in the front row of seats faced toward King Vajiralongkorn and the late king's urn).

For Khun Sujarinee Vivacharawongse (née Yuvadhida Polpraserth), she is currently living in the US with her sons (4 former princes). They got their titles ripped off and barred from entering Thailand ever again after an incident and divorce in 1996. Surely they couldn't be presented at the cremation ceremony eventhough how badly they wanted to.

For Khun Srirasmi Suwadee, she is living somewhere in Thailand (probably Ratchaburi Province, her hometown) but we haven't heard of her for couple of years now. She was anticipated to become the next Queen of Thailand and much loved by the public in later years as Princess Consort. Many people still miss the former princess and call her their next Queen in comment section of various Youtube videos about her.

Very interesting. Many thanks.
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The King honours Royal Cremation volunteer

https://www.bangkokpost.com/news/gen...tion-volunteer

Today was the first day for the general public to tour the Royal Crematorium.

Live Photo Blog: The Royal Crematorium – Richard Barrow in Thailand
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Old 11-03-2017, 04:07 AM
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With the opening of the Royal Crematorium for public, some people started to post their photos. Very spectacular, I think.

https://pantip.com/topic/37049852
https://pantip.com/topic/37050261
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Old 11-03-2017, 10:47 AM
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Now, we're not allowed to go up the crematorium anymore. Thank you, dummkopf who cut the carpet and broke statute's finger for souvenir.
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Old 11-03-2017, 11:10 AM
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So sorry to hear that someone's idiocy and disrespect ruined things for everyone else.

It, sadly, is something that happens globally these days and I'd like to think that people that do these kind of things will be a grand lunch for karma to take a big bite out of. What goes around does come around.
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I´m missing some HQ photos from oct. 26th....! Can someone put a link of the off. homepage of the royal family on this thread?!
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Old 12-31-2017, 06:46 AM
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December 31, 2017 marks the last day of Royal Crematorium Exhibition:
HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhrorn visited the royal crematorium for one last time (gallery):
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Dismantling work of the royal crematorium begins today and will take 60 days to complete:
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For the King
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A look back into preparations in one of the most historic events of Thai nation:
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