List of titles and honours of Juan Carlos I of Spain

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Juan Carlos I of Spain has received numerous decorations and honorary appointments as monarch of Spain. Spanish monarchical Titles or Style are listed in order of degrees of sovereignty, nobility, and honor:

Titles and styles[edit]

Royal styles of
King Juan Carlos
Arms of Juan Carlos I of Spain.svg
Reference style His Majesty
Spoken style Your Majesty
Alternative style Sir
  • 5 January 1938 – 15 January 1941: His Royal Highness The Infante Juan Carlos of Spain
  • 15 January 1941 – 21 July 1969: His Royal Highness The Prince of Asturias
  • 21 July 1969 – 22 November 1975: His Royal Highness The Prince of Spain
  • 22 November 1975 – 19 June 2014: His Majesty The King of Spain
  • 19 June 2014 – present : His Majesty King Juan Carlos

Titles in official use[edit]

The Spanish titles of Juan Carlos I as Monarch of Spain were as follows: Note: Titles in Pretence marked with * are historical titles which are only nominal and ceremonial.

Spanish honours[edit]

Military Rank[edit]

Hereditary Orders[edit]

Collar of a Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece

Military Orders and decorations[edit]

Other orders and decorations[edit]

  • Knight of the Order of St. Xavier[2]

Foreign honours[edit]

Other foreign and international awards and honors[edit]

International sovereign organisations[edit]

Former sovereign families[edit]

Honorific eponyms[edit]

Other honours[edit]


Scholastic[edit]

The king has been the recipient of numerous honorary doctorates and degrees,[84] including:

Honorary Doctorates

Degrees

Spanish Royal Academies

  • Spanish Royal Academies Board: High Patron (ex officio)[86] 22 November 1975 – 19 June 2014

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

*: Orders of the Kingdom of Spain with the grand mastership assumed by Francisco Franco as Spanish Head of State.

**: Dynastic orders with the domain remained by Infante Juan, Count of Barcelona, Head of the Spanish Royal House, until his formal renounce in 1977.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Morenés: "El rey Juan Carlos pasará a la reserva como capitán general del Ejército"" (in Spanish). Cadena Ser. Retrieved June 19, 2014. 
  2. ^ Order of St. Javier
  3. ^ "Reply to a parliamentary question about the Decoration of Honour" (pdf) (in German). p. 519. Retrieved November 2012. 
  4. ^ Noblesse et Royautes, State visit of Argentina in Spain, 9 February 2009
  5. ^ State visit in Belgium in 2000 - Belga Pictures, Group photo, King & Queen
  6. ^ Visita de Estado del Rey Balduino a España
  7. ^ Los Reyes de Bélgica, de visita oficial en España
  8. ^ Foro Dinastías, State visit of Brazil in Spain, 16 May 1991, Group photo
  9. ^ "Noblesse et Royautés", State visit of Chile in Spain, March 2011
  10. ^ Visita de Estado del Presidente de Chile a España
  11. ^ Visita de Estado a Colombia
  12. ^ State visit of Colombia in Spain, Group Photo
  13. ^ Visita del Presidente de Colombia a España
  14. ^ Visita de Estado del Presidente de Costa Rica a España
  15. ^ Decree 4285 of 24 October 1969
  16. ^ Visita de Estado de los Reyes de España a Ecuador
  17. ^ Visita de Estado de los Reyes a Egipto
  18. ^ Foro Dinastías
  19. ^ Visita de Estado del Presidente de El Salvador a España
  20. ^ Primera Etapa de la Gira Iberoamericana de los Reyes de España
  21. ^ El Rey, en la cena ofrecida por el presidente de El Salvador
  22. ^ Estonian State Decorations - Bearers of decorations, Juan Carlos - official website of the President of the Republic of Estonia
  23. ^ Foro Dinastías, State visit of Finland in Spain, 1999, Sofia & Juan Carlos
  24. ^ Visita de Estado de los Reyes de España a Finlandia
  25. ^ Photo taken during Sarkozy's visit in Madrid, in April 2009 (article on Noblesse et Royautés).
  26. ^ Visita de Estado del Presidente de Francia a España
  27. ^ Foro Dinastías, State visit of Stephanopoulos in Spain, 2005, Group Photo
  28. ^ El Rey, en la imposición del Collar de la Orden del Quetzal
  29. ^ El Rey, con motivo del intercambio de condecoraciones en Tegucigalpa
  30. ^ Getty Images, State Visit of Hungarian President, January 2005, Group photo
  31. ^ Icelandese Presidency Website , Juan Carlos I ; konungur ; Spánn ; 1985-09-16 ; Stórkross (= Juan Carlos I, King, Spain, 16 September 1985, Grand Cross)
  32. ^ Italian Presidency, S.M.don Juan Carlos I Re di Spagna – Decorato di Gran Cordone – Cavaliere di Gran Croce Ordine al Merito della Repubblica Italiana
  33. ^ "Order of Excellence (OE)". Government of Jamaica. Retrieved 10 February 2013. 
  34. ^ Los Reyes de visita official en Jamaica
  35. ^ Forum Príncipes de Asturias, State visit of Japan in Spain, 1994, Group photo
  36. ^ Hemeroteca ABC
  37. ^ Visita de Estado de los Reyes de España a Japón
  38. ^ Foro Dinastias, State visit of Jordan in Spain, 1985, Group Photo
  39. ^ Visita Oficial del Rey Hussein de Jordania a España
  40. ^ Latvian Presidency, Recipients list (.doc)
  41. ^ "Noblesse et Royautés" (French), State visit of Lebanon in Spain, October 2009
  42. ^ Lithuanian Presidency, Lithuanian Orders searching form
  43. ^ Publications of Luxembourgish government, p66-67 : state visit of Grand-Dukes of Luxembourg in Spain, 7–9 May 2001
  44. ^ Getty Images Picture
  45. ^ Visita de Estado de los Reyes de España a Luxemburgo
  46. ^ Office of the Prime Minister of Malta, List of Recipients of the National Order of Merit
  47. ^ State Visit of Mexican Presidente, June 2008, Group photo
  48. ^ Visita de Estado de José López-Portillo y Pacheco a España
  49. ^ Cena de gala ofrecida por los Reyes de España en honor del presidente de México, José López Portillo y señora, en el Palacio Real de Madrid
  50. ^ The Royal Forums
  51. ^ Foro Dinastías State visit of Nepal in Spain, 1983
  52. ^ Viva Máxima Blog, State visit of Beatrix in Spain in 1985, Group Photo, & State visit in Netherlands 2001, Juan Carlos & Beatrix, Group photo
  53. ^ Foro Dinastías, State visit of Nigeria in Spain, 1991, Group photo
  54. ^ Los Reyes de España de visita oficial en Noruega
  55. ^ El Rey, con ocasión del intercambio de condecoraciones en Panamá
  56. ^ "Noblesse et Royautés", State visit of Panama in Spain, November 2008
  57. ^ Visita de Estado del Presidente de Perú a España
  58. ^ Getty Images, State visit of Philippines President in Spain, December 2007, Group Photo
  59. ^ Juan Carlos, Grand Collar
  60. ^ Romanian Presidency, Star of Romania recipients list (.xls)
  61. ^ Visita de Estado del Presidente de Senegal a España
  62. ^ El Presidente de Senegal, de visita official en España
  63. ^ Slovak republic website, State honours : 1st Class received in 2002 (click on "Holders of the Order of the 1st Class White Double Cross" to see the holders' table)
  64. ^ Speech by President Nelson Mandela at the State Banquet in Honour of King Juan Carlos
  65. ^ Foro Dinastías, State visit in Thailand, Group Photo
  66. ^ Visita Oficial de la Reina Isabel II a España
  67. ^ El Rey, en la conmemoración del bicentenario de la integración venezolana
  68. ^ Foro Dinastías, State visit of Zaïre in Spain, Royal Couple with President Mobutu Sese Seko
  69. ^ Website of the Internationalen Karlspreises zu Aachen.
  70. ^ President of Russia – Official website
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  75. ^ «Juan Carlos I, Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize», El País, 11 January 1995 (Spanish)
  76. ^ Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George (2008). "Membership of the Constantinian Order". Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George. Retrieved 13 October 2008. 
  77. ^ The Royal House of the Two Sicilies (2008). "MEMBERSHIP OF THE ROYAL ILLUSTRIUOS ORDER OF ST. JANUARIUS". The Royal House of the Two Sicilies. Retrieved 26 October 2008. 
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  79. ^ Badraie
  80. ^ The Supreme Order of the Most Holy Annunciation – Website ChivalricOrders.org
  81. ^ Instituto Cervantes Board, Instituto Cervantes website.. Retrieved 13 November 2012 (Spanish)
  82. ^ "Liberian chapter - The chapter of Saint Mary Major". The Papal basilica Santa Mara Maggiore. Retrieved June 5, 2014. 
  83. ^ "Ente - San Paolo fuori le Mura". Vicariate of the Diocese of Rome. Retrieved June 5, 2014. 
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  85. ^ Honorary doctors 2001 , Utrecht University. Retrieved 29 December 2007.
  86. ^ Spanish Constitution, Art. 61. Retrieved 13 November 2012