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|Monarch||Year of Jubilee|
|Louis XIV of France||1713|
|Johann II, Prince of Liechtenstein||1928|
|Sobhuza II of Swaziland||1969|
|King Bhumibol of Thailand||2016|
Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand was the most recent monarch to celebrate a platinum jubilee; he died shortly after official celebrations in Thailand took place. The next currently reigning monarch who would celebrate a platinum jubilee is Queen Elizabeth II, should she still be reigning on 6 February 2022. Furthermore, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh will, should they both still be alive and married to each other on 20 November 2017, celebrate a platinum wedding anniversary.
In South Asian usage, a "platinum jubilee" refers not to an anniversary, but the celebration of 75 weeks. For instance, in Pakistan and India, a platinum jubilee film is one shown in cinemas for 75 weeks or more. The success measure for a 'super hit film' is minimum six months release on its main cinema.
The next level of celebration, an anniversary of 100 years, is simply called a centenary.
- Silver jubilee
- Ruby jubilee
- Golden jubilee
- Diamond jubilee
- Sapphire jubilee
- Wedding anniversary#Celebration and gifts
- Hierarchy of precious substances
- List of longest-reigning monarchs
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- "Thailand Celebrates Monarch's Platinum Jubilee". Benarnews.org. Retrieved 2016-06-11.
- "Pakistan's Platinum Jubilee Films". Pakistan Film Magazine.
- Ramma Kapoor. Learning is Fun:Times Tables. Allied Publishers. p. 32.