|Princess of Thailand|
|Born||5 May 1984|
|House||Mahidol (Chakri dynasty)|
Princess Aditayadornkitikhun (Thai: อทิตยาทรกิติคุณ;[fn 1] IPA: [àʔ.tʰít.tàʔ.jāːtʰɔːn.kì.tì.kʰun]; RTGS: Athittayathonkitikhun; born 5 May 1984), commonly known as Princess Dita (Thai: ติ๊ด; IPA: [tít]), is the second daughter of Princess Chulabhorn Walailak and Virayudh Tishyasarin.
Princess Aditayadornkitikhun received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Design from Mahidol University International College on 4 July 2011. Her graduating thesis titled "Redesign Packaging for Royal Chitralada Agricultural Products" was displayed at the annual Media Arts Exhibition at Bangkok Art and Culture Centre hosted by the Fine and Applied Arts division during 2–5 August 2011.
Title, style and honours
Princess Aditayadornkitikhun of Thailand
|Reference style||Her Royal Highness|
|Spoken style||Your Royal Highness|
- 5 May 1984 – present: Her Royal Highness Princess Aditayadornkitikhun
- Thailand: Dame Grand Cordon of the Order of Chula Chom Klao, 1st Class
- Thailand: Dame Grand Cordon of the Order of the White Elephant
- Thailand: Dame Grand Cordon of the Order of the Crown
- Thailand: Recipient of the King Bhumibol Cypher Badge Medal
- Thailand: Recipient of the Commemorative Medal on the Occasion of the Coronation of H.M. King Rama X
- Thailand: Recipient of the King Vajiralongkorn Royal Cypher Badge Medal
|Ancestors of Aditayadornkitikhun|
- "HRH Princess Aditayathorn Mahidol inaugurate MUIC's newest building". Mahidol University International College. Retrieved 28 March 2018.
- "Aditayathorn Building opening ceremony". Mahidol University International College. Retrieved 28 March 2018.
- Press Release from the Royal Thai Embassy in Washington, DC
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 21 July 2015. Retrieved 2015-07-17.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
AditayadornkitikhunBorn: 6 May 1984
| Line of succession to the Thai throne
Prince Vacharaesorn Mahidol
|Order of precedence|
| The Royal Grandchild
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