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The Right Honourable General Dame Socks Alexandria. is the current Chief Mouser and a General of Zealandia and pet of current Zealandian monarch Queen Astrid. Socks was given to Astrid as a Christmas present from Mark Bobssen.
|The Right Honourable|
General Dame Socks Alexandria
August 1, 2012
|Monarch||Astrid of Zealandia|
2012 - 2014
Christchurch New Zealand
|Political party||Zealandian Greens - De Gröna|
|Residence||Officially Tyrshavn currently held captive in Queensland, Australia|
|Allegiance||Zealandian Defence Force|
|Service/branch||Her Majesty's Civil Guard|
|Commands||The Royal Guards|
|Awards||Hero of Zealandia, Knight Commander of the Order of Zealandia|
|Considered to be held against her will|
Personality and Role in Zealandian Society
General Alexandria is well known within the Commonwealth of Zealandia both as a mascot and an important historical figure, famous for her often uncredited roles in Zealandian film and television. Alexandria's personality has often been considered an inspiration to Zealandians.
Debate of Breed
There was a short lived debate over the issue of Alexandria's breed with Lindstrom still insisting that she is a long tailed manx.
When the Kingdom of Zealandia was founded in February 2010 Queen Astrid appointed Socks as the Chief Mouser of Zealandia and gave her the style and title of The Right Honourable Socks of Zealandia Chief Mouser of the Commonwealth of Zealandia, all of her realms, dominions and ships, this title was officially transferred into a more republican style of Right Honourable Socks Alexandria Chief Mouser of the Federal Republic of Zealandia and her aircraft and vessels, it reverted to a monarchical one upon the restoration.
General Alexandria has been held in captivity away from Zealandia by Mark Bobssen, who has been convicted of treason by a Zealandian court, since 2012 in the Australian state of Queenland. The Zealandian Government considered her to be held against her will.