The Queen of Ladonia

HM the Queen Carolyn of Ladonia

Her Majesty the Queen Carolyn is the Head of State in Ladonia. She was elected by the Cabinet of Ministers and proclaimed Queen on 2 June 2011, the Ladonian National Day. Her coronation took place at Nimis in September 2011.

The Queen is the eldest of three children, born to American parents, and grew up near Chicago, Illinois. She currently resides in the USA with her husband, HRH Prince David, and their children, HRH The Crown Princess, HRH Prince John, and HRH Prince David Edward.

The Queen’s Role and Responsibilities

The Queen is the constitutional monarch and the Head of State in Ladonia, and undertakes constitutional and representational duties as defined by the Ladonian Constitution or as the need arises. Duties often include playing a part in internal State functions (i.e. Parliament must be opened, Orders in Council have to be approved, Acts of Parliament must be signed, and meetings with the President must be held) and also require The Queen to be the outward “face” of Ladonia to the rest of the world (i.e. receive foreign ambassadors and high commissioners, entertain visiting Heads of State, and make State visits overseas to other countries, in support of diplomatic and economic relations).

Queen Carolyn of Ladonia

Queen Carolyn of Ladonia

The Queen Regnant

Awards and Honours

Country Date Appointment Post-nominal letters
Ladonian Flag Royal Republic of Ladonia 2011 Sovereign of the Order of the Hesperides
Ladonian Flag Royal Republic of Ladonia 2011 Sovereign of the Order of Ladon
Flag_of_Flandrensis Grand Duchy of Flandrensis 21 September 2014 Commander of the Order of Saint Polycarpus CSP
hanover Kingdom of Hanover 3 June 2015 Dame Grand Cross of the Order of the Dragon GCD
Westarctica Grand Duchy of Westarctica 21 February 2015 Dame of the Order of the Snowflake KtS
11427183_1107324679284520_4743736062003186059_n Kingdom of Ruritania 11 April 2015 Dame of the Order of the Lion
 Empire of Austenasia 19 September 2015 Dame of Edd in the Order of the Bullmastiff DOE