Royal Family - Current Royal Families

Current Royal Families

  • Belgian Royal Family
  • Bruneian Royal Family
  • Bhutanese Royal Family
  • British Royal Family
    • Australian Royal Family
    • Canadian Royal Family
    • New Zealand Royal Family
    • Antiguan and Barbudan Royal Family
    • Bahamian Royal Family
    • Barbadian Royal Family
    • Belizean Royal Family
    • Grenadian Royal Family
    • Jamaican Royal Family
    • Papua New Guinean Royal Family
    • Kittitian and Nevisian Royal Family
    • Saint Lucian Royal Family
    • Vincentian Royal Family
    • Solomon Islands Royal Family
    • Tuvaluan Royal Family
  • Bahraini Royal Family
  • Cambodian Royal Family
  • Danish Royal Family
  • Dutch Royal Family
  • Japanese Imperial Family
  • Javanese Royal Families
  • Jordanian Royal Family
  • Kuwaiti Royal Family
  • Lesotho Royal Family
  • Liechtenstein Princely Family
  • Luxembourg Grand Ducal Family
  • Malaysian Royal Families
    • Johor Royal Family
    • Kedah Royal Family
    • Kelantan Royal Family
    • Negeri Sembilan Royal Family
    • Pahang Royal Family
    • Perak Royal Family
    • Perlis Royal Family
    • Selangor Royal Family
    • Terengganu Royal Family
  • Monegasque Princely Family
  • Royal Family of Morocco
  • Norwegian Royal Family
  • Omani Royal Family
  • Qatari Royal Family
  • Saudi Royal Family
  • Spanish Royal Family
  • Swazi Royal Family
  • Swedish Royal Family
  • Thai Royal Family
  • Tongan Royal Family
  • United Arab Emirates Royal Families
  • Zulu Royal Family

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