Adityadhornkitikhun

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Adityadhornkitikhun
Princess of Thailand
House House of Mahidol
Chakri Dynasty
Father Virayudh Tishyasarin
Mother Princess Chulabhorn Walailak
Born (1984-05-06) 6 May 1984 (age 31)
Bangkok, Thailand
Religion Buddhism

Princess Adityadhornkitikhun (Thai: อทิตยาทรกิติคุณ; Thai pronunciation: [àʔ.tʰít.jāːtʰɔːn.kì.tì.kʰun]; RTGS: Athityathon Kitikhun; Literally: "Princess Adityadhornkitikhun, the Royal Granddaughter") or commonly known as Princess Dita (born 6 May 1984), is the second daughter of Princess Chulabhorn and Royal Thai Air Force Flight Lieutenant Virayudh Tishyasarin (now, Air Vice Marshal).[1]

Education[edit]

Princess Adityadhornkitikhun 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.

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Styles of
Princess Adityadhornkitikhun of Thailand
Reference style Her Royal Highness
Spoken style Your Royal Highness
Alternative style Ma'am

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Adityadhornkitikhun
Born: 6 May 1984
Thai royalty
Preceded by
Princess Siribhachudhabhorn
Line of succession to the Thai throne
8th position
Succeeded by
None
Order of precedence
Preceded by
Princess Siribhachudhabhorn
The Royal Grandchild
12th position
Succeeded by