List of Thai royal consorts

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Queen and Princess consorts of Thailand[edit]

Thonburi Dynasty[edit]

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
Bath Boricha.jpg Batboricha (Sorn) (28 December 1768–6 April 1782)
husband's reign
Taksin

Chakri Dynasty[edit]

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
HM Queen Amarindra.jpg Amarindra Thong Na Bangxang 15 March 1737 around 1760 6 April 1782
husband's accession
7 September 1809
husband's death
25 May 1826 Buddha Yodfa Chulaloke
(Rama I)
Queen Sri Suriyendra.jpg Sri Suriyendra Ngeon Saetan ca. 1767 around 1801 7 September 1809
husband's accession
21 July 1824
husband's death
ca. 1836 Buddha Loetla Nabhalai
(Rama II)
Emblem of the House of Chakri.svg Kundala Dibayavadi Buddha Yodfa Chulaloke ca. 1798 before 1816 before 1816
granted use of the title Princess consort
21 July 1824
husband's death
ca. 1838
Nangklao (Rama III) had many children including sons by his many wives and concubines, but he raised none of his consorts to the title queen.
Queen Somanass of Siam.jpg Somanass Waddhanawathy Prince Laksananukhun 21 December 1834 1 April 1851 10 October 1852 Mongkut
(Rama IV)

[1]
Queen Debsirindra.jpg Debsirindra Siriwongse, Prince Matayaphithak 17 July 1834 1 April 1851 1853
granted use of the title Princess consort
after 1853
granted use of the title Queen consort
9 September 1861
Princess Pannarai.jpg Pannarai Siriwongse, Prince Matayaphithak 9 May 1838 1 April 1851 1853
granted use of the title Princess consort
1 October 1868
husband's death
22 June 1914
Princess Sunandha Kumariratana.jpg Sunandha Kumariratana Mongkut
(Rama IV)
10 November 1860 1878 31 May 1880 Chulalongkorn
(Rama V)

[2]
Queen Sukumalmarsri.jpg Sukhumala Marasri Mongkut
(Rama IV)
10 May 1861 1878 1878
granted use of the title Princess consort
23 October 1910
husband's death
9 July 1927
Savangvadhana.jpg Savang Vadhana Mongkut
(Rama IV)
10 September 1862 1878 1878
granted use of the title Princess consort
1880
granted use of the title Queen consort
23 October 1910
husband's death
17 December 1955
Queen Saovabha Phongsri.jpg Saovabha Bongsri Mongkut
(Rama IV)
1 January 1864 1878 23 October 1910
husband's death
20 October 1919
Lashamilavan.jpg Lakshamilavan
[3]
Varavannakorn, Prince Naradhip Prapanpong ca. 1899 12 January 1922 27 August 1922
granted use of the title Princess consort
25 November 1925
husband's death
29 August 1961
assassination
Vajiravudh
(Rama VI)
HM Queen Indrasakdi Sachi.jpg Indrasakdi Sachi Lord Suthammamontri (Pluem Sucharitakul) ca. 1902 1921 1922
elevated to Queen
1925
demoted to princess consort
25 November 1925
husband's death
30 November 1975
Queen Suvadhana in Rama VI.jpg Suvadhana Lord Aphaiphubet (Lueam Abhaiwongse) 15 April 1906 10 August 1924 25 November 1925
husband's death
10 October 1985
Queen Rambhai Barni2.jpg Rambhai Barni Svasti Sobhana, Prince Svastivatana Visishta 20 December 1904 August 1918 25 November 1925
husband's accession
2 March 1935
husband's abdication)
30 May 1941
husband's death
22 May 1984 Prajadhipok
(Rama VII)

[4]
Queen Sirikit NYWTS.jpg Sirikit Nakkhatra Mangkala, Prince of Chunthaburi II 12 August 1932 5 May 1950 Incumbent Bhumibol Adulyadej
(Rama IX)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Mongkut had many other wives and concubines besides his main three consorts, including the Lady Thiang mentioned in the The King and I.
  2. ^ Chulalongkorn had a total of 149 other wives and concubines besides his main four consorts.
  3. ^ http://www.soravij.com/laksami.html
  4. ^ Prajadhipok abandoned the practice of polygamy.