Darjah Kerabat Diraja Malaysia
|Darjah Yang Maha Utama Kerabat Diraja Malaysia|
|Awarded by Malaysia|
|Type||Order of Honour|
|Awarded for||Coronation as the Yang DiPertuan Agong (king)|
|Last awarded||2 June 2012|
|maximum 10 persons|
|Next (higher)||Seri Pahlawan Gagah Perkasa|
|Next (lower)||Darjah Utama Seri Mahkota Negara|
The Darjah Kerabat Diraja Malaysia (D.K.M.) (Order of the Royal House of Malaysia) is a Malaysian Federal Award conferred to the Malay rulers who were appointed as the Yang Dipertuan Agong of Malaysia. Only 10 recipients may be awarded this honour.
The award was instituted on 18 April 1966 and gazetted on 30 June 1966. It only has one rank.
The D.K.M. comprises a collar, a star and a badge. The collar is made of gold-plated silver. The gold star is in a radial form with an embossed fern motive. The sash is made from red silk and the end is tied with a ribbon. The badge is also in a radial form and surmounted by a hibiscus. It suspends from the Malaysian Royal Crown.
The sash is worn from the left shoulder to the right hip.
- Malaysia: Most Excellent Order of the Royal Family of Malaysia
- Official website of malaysian monarchy :
- "Noblesse et Royautés", article showing photos of guests invited to Prince William's wedding. A photo shows the king wearing it on the left shoulder