Queen 'Mamohato of Lesotho
|Queen Consort of Lesotho|
|Tenure||15 January 1996 – 7 February 1996|
|Tenure||10 March 1990 – 12 November 1990|
|Tenure||5 June 1970 – 5 December 1970|
|Born||Tabitha 'Masentle Lerotholi Mojela
28 April 1941
|Died||6 September 2003
|Issue||King Letsie III
Queen 'Mamohato Bereng Seeiso (née Princess Tabitha 'Masentle Lerotholi Mojela) (28 April 1941 – 6 September 2003) served as the Regent Head of State of Lesotho on three occasions: 5 June to 5 December 1970, 10 March to 12 November 1990 and 15 January to 7 February 1996.
The queen died while at a Catholic retreat for the Catholic order of Saint Cecilia at the Auray Mission  in Mantsonyane on September 6, 2003. There is a hospital named for her, the Queen 'Mamohato Memorial Hospital.
The queen, known as the Mother of the Nation'' created Hlokomela Bana in the 1980’s to provide care and support for some of the most vulnerable children in Lesotho. Hlokomela Bana, which means “Take Care of Children” in Sesotho, works closely with principal chiefs to identify what support can be best provided to those who have lost their parents or are living with disabilities.
- 1941-1962: Princess Tabitha 'Masentle Lerotholi Mojela.
- 1962-1966: HRH Princess 'Mamohato Bereng Seeiso of Lesotho.
- 1966-1996: HM Queen 'Mamohato Bereng Seeiso, The Queen of Lesotho.
- 5 June - 5 December 1970, 10 March - 12 November 1990, 15 January - 7 February 1996: HM Queen 'Mamohato Bereng Seeiso, The Queen Regent of Lesotho
- 1996-2003: HM Queen 'Mamohato Bereng Seeiso, The Queen Mother of Lesotho.
|Queen consort of Lesotho
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