Prince Frederick, Duke of Henrik

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His Royal Highness
Prince Frederick, Duke of Henrik
Former King Frederick VI of Queensland
Duke of Henrik
Grand Ruler of Sabah Province


Official portrait of Prince Frederick
King of Queensland
Reign 20 October – 2 November 2020
Coronation 23 October 2020
Deputy Princess Charlotte, Duchess of St. Andrews
Prime Minister Albert John
Predecessor Albert V
Successor Princess Charlotte, Duchess of St. Andrews (as Queen Catherine VII)
Grand Ruler of Sabah Province
Reign 6 October 2020 – present
Personal Information
Full name
George Frederick Albert
House Queensland
Mother Princess Mary, Countess of Narvik (revoked)
Born 13 September 2010 (2010-09-13) (age 12)
Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand
Nationality w:Thailand Thai,
 Queenslandian
Relations Edward IX (brother)
Religion Buddhism
Signature

Prince Frederick, Duke of Henrik (born George Frederick Albert) and formerly known as Frederick VI is the current Grand Ruler of the Sabah Province, which is one of the constituent states of the Kingdom of Queensland. He briefly ascended to the throne of Queensland assuming the regnal name of "King Frederick VI" on 20 October 2020 succeeding his older brother, King Albert V who had earlier abdicated as the King of Queensland. However, his reign was short and ended with his abdication on 2 November 2020. He was succeeded as the monarch of Queensland by his deputy, Princess Charlotte, Duchess of St. Andrews who assumed the regnal name of "Queen Catherine VII".

Birth and personal life

Prince Frederick was born on 13 September 2010 in Ubon Ratchathani province of Thailand. He is the youngest brother of King Edward IX of Queensland. He is currently undergoing his elementary school education and keeps a keen interest in naval and aerial warfare.

Micronational career

By the time he turned eight, he expressed his keen interests in navy and air force and was soon able to train himself with the Royal Guards of Queensland. On 15 September 2019, he was appointed as a Lieutenant Commander in the Royal Queensland Navy and as a Squadron Leader in the Royal Queensland Air Force. In recognition of his merit, then reigning King Albert V promoted him to the rank of a Captain in the navy and as a Group Captain in the air force.

Titles, styles, and honours

Titles and honours

  • 3 January 2015 – 6 October 2020: His Royal Highness Prince Frederick, Duke of Henrik
  • 6 – 20 October 2020: His Royal Highness Prince Frederick, Duke of Henrik, Prince-Governor of Sabah City
  • 20 October – 2 November 2020: His Majesty The King of Queensland
    • 20 October – 2 November 2020: His Imperial Majesty The Emperor Frederick VI, by the Emperor grace of god of Napoleon Island
    • 20 October – 2 November 2020: His Imperial and His Royal Most Chrisitan Majesty The King Frederick VI, by the grace of God
    • 20 October – 2 November 2020: His Majesty The King Frederick VI, by the grace of god of Wellington and Earl of St Andrews
    • 20 October – 2 November 2020: His Majesty The King Frederick VI, by the grace of god of St Albans
  • 2 November 2020 – present: His Royal Highness Prince Frederick, Duke of Henrik,King Former of Queensland, Prince-Governor of Sabah City

The full name according to the present official document is "Prince Frederick, Duke of Henrik, King Former of Queensland,Prince-Governor of Sabah City, Defender of the Faith"

Military ranks

Royal Queensland Armed Forces Flag.png Queensland Field Marshal (Queensland Army) - rotated.svg Lieutenant General Royal Queensland Army
Admiral of the Fleet (Queensland) - OF-10 - rotated.svg Vice Admiral Royal Queensland Navy
Ranks in bold denote service ranks, rather than ceremonial ranks

Honorary military positions

 Queensland
 Queenslandian Defence Force
  • 20 October 2020- 2 November 2020: Commander-in-Chief of the Queensland Armed Forces
 Queenslandian Ground Forces
  • 20 October 2020- 2 November 2020: Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Queensland Army
  • 20 October 2020- 2 November 2020: Colonel in Chief of His Majesty's Coldstream Foot Guards
  • 10 February 2021 – Present: Colonel in Chief of His Majesty's King Baudouin's Hussars Regiment
  • 10 February 2021 – Present: Colonel of the Regiment of His Majesty's Royal King George's Guards
 Royal Queensland Air Force
  • 20 October 2020- 2 November 2020: Commander-in-Chief of Royal Queensland Air Force
Flag of St Albans.png St Albans
  • 19 January 2021 – Present: Colonel of the Regiment of the Royal St Albans Land Force Regiment
  • 19 January 2021 – Present: Colonel of the Regiment of the Royal Wessex Regiment
Flag of State of Brussels.png State of Brussels
  • 19 January 2021 – Present: Colonel of the Regiment of the Royal Cavalry Regiment

Honours

Honours of Sabah

Honours of Queensland, the provinces and the other commonwealth realms

Provinces of Queensland
Independent commonwealth nations
  • Napoleon Island:
    • National Order of Merit of Napoleon Island - Ribbon.svg Knight Grand Cross of the National Order of Merit of Napoleon Island (23 May 2020)
  • Abercorn and St Albans:
    • Order of the Nation (Abercorn and St Albans) - Ribbon.svg Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Nation (23 May 2020)
    • Order of the Abercorn - Ribbon.svg Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Abercorn (23 May 2020)
  • Wellington and St Andrews:
    • Order of the State of Wellington Star of Gallantry - Ribbon.svg Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the State of Wellington Star of Gallantry (23 May 2020)
    • Order of the State Star of Gallantry (Wellington and St Andrews) - Ribbon.svg Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the State Star of Gallantry (23 May 2020)
  • St Albans:
    • Ribbon of Order of the Star of Saint Albans.png Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Star of Saint Albans (23 May 2020 – 5 March 2022‎)
    • Royal National Order of Merit (St.Albans).gif Knight Grand Cross of the Royal National Order of Merit (23 May 2020 – 5 March 2022‎)

Decorations and medals

  •  Queensland:
    • Military Valour Service Cross - Ribbon.svg Recipient of the Queenslandian Military Valour Service Cross (12 June 2021)
    • 1 Class Ribbon of Red Cross Medal (Queensland).png First Class of the Royal Queensland Red Cross Commendation Medal (30 July 2015)
    • Queensland War Medal.png Recipient of the Queensland War Medal (2016, 2017, 2018)
    • Elizabeth war medal.png Recipient of the Elizabeth War Medal (2017, 2018, 2020)
    • Queenslandian Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medals.svg Recipient of the Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal and five bars (12 March 2020)
    • Queenslandian Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medals.svg Recipient of the Naval Long Service and Good Conduct Medal and five bars (12 March 2020)
    • The Queensland Service Medal of the Order of St John.svg Recipient of the Queensland Service Medal of the Order of St Olaf with three gold bars (15 February 2021)
    • The Queenslandian Armed Forces Iron Jubilee - Ribbon.svg Recipient of the Queenslandian Armed Forces Iron Jubilee Medals (7 June 2021)
    • Wood of the National and Home Guards Jubilee - Ribbon.svg Recipient of the Wood of the National and Home Guards Jubilee Medals (7 June 2021)
    • 7 Year National Day - Ribbon.svg Recipient of the 7th National and Independence Day Medal (3 January 2022)
    • Koninginnedag Medal - Ribbon.svg Recipient of the Koninginnedag Commemorative Medal (8 April 2022)
    • Benedikte X Inauguration Medal - Ribbon.svg Recipient of the Queen Benedikte X Inauguration Medal (8 April 2022)

Foreign honours

Former honours
Vishwamitran state honours

Membership and appointments

Honorary degrees