|Spouse||Allen Levy (div.)
Korsvasti Svasti Thomson
|Issue||Hugo Chula Alexander Levy
Dominic Phuwasawat Chakrabongse
|House||House of Chakrabongse|
|Father||Prince Chula Chakrabongse|
August 2, 1956 |
Narisa Chakrabongse married Allen Levy and had a son, the musician Hugo Chula Alexander or Chulachak Chakrabongse. Later they divorced and she remarried Korsvasti Svasti Thomson, son of Mom Rajawongse Sai Svasti Svastivatana and Gary Thomson, and had a son, Dominic Phuwasawat Chakrabongse.
She is the CEO of River Books which publishes a wide range of books on Southeast Asian art and culture and the editor of the Oxford River Books English-Thai Dictionary. Chakrabongse Villas, the family home, is a small boutique hotel in Bangkok. She is the founding president of Green World Foundation (GWF), an environmental campaign organisation promoting education and awareness about issues relating to the environment in schools. A well-known media personality in Thailand, she withdrew from the torch-running ceremony for the 2008 Summer Olympics, protesting against China's actions in Tibet, the first person to do so on political grounds, though others followed. She is on the board of The Anglo-Thai Society, promoting good relations and cultural interchange between Thailand and the UK.
|Ancestors of Narisa Chakrabongse|
- Soravij. "Chakrabongse". Retrieved 2009-05-24.
- HRH Prince Chula CHAKRABONGSE
- "River Books Website". Retrieved 2012-08-07.
- "Chakrabongse Villas Website". Retrieved 2012-08-07.
- "Green World Foundation Website". Retrieved 2012-08-07.
- "Narisa, activists boycott Beijing Olympics", Bangkok Post, March 22, 2008