Monarchy of Sildavia

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Queen Regnant of Sildavia
Monarchy
Royal
Coat of Arms of Sildavia.svg

Queen Maria of Sildavia Official Portrait2.jpg
Incumbent
Maria I of Sildavia

Style Her Majesty
Heir apparent Gabriela, Princess of Klöw
First monarch Maria of Sildavia
Formation 17 February 2020
Residence Kroppal Palace

The Queen is the monarch and head of state of the Kingdom of Sildavia. So far, all sovereigns have taken the name of the House of Sildavia. The incumbent sovereign is Queen Maria.

Powers of the Monarch

After the granting of the Sildavian Constitution of 2021, the Monarch of Sildavia acquired absolute powers within the kingdom, but with the advice of the Private Council of the Sildavian Sovereign.

Titles and Styles

Styles of the Royal Family

  • His/Her Majesty (Queen/King)
  • His/Her Royal Highness (Members of the Royal House)
  • His/Her Serene Highness (Other family members)
Crown of Sildavian Monarch.png King/Queen Regnant (Rei/Rainha Reinante) Crown of Sildavian Crown Prince.png Prince/ss of Klöw (Príncipe/Princesa de Klöw) Crown of Sildavian Prince.png Prince/ss of Sildavia (Príncipe/Princesa da Sildávia)

In Borduria (Sildavian Imperial Dominion)

  • His/Her Imperial and Royal Majesty (Queen-Czarina/King-Czar)
  • His/Her Imperial and Royal Highness (Members of the Royal House)
Imperial Crown of Bordurian Monarch.png Queen-Czarina/King-Czar Regnant (Rainha-Czarina/Rei-Czar Reinante)

List of Monarchs

No. Name Portrait Arms Reign Era
Reign duration
House Title
I Maria I
Queen Maria of Sildavia Official Portrait2.jpg
Coat of Arms of Sildavia.svg
17 February
2020
Present First Marian era
2 years, 5 months, 30 days
House of Sildavia Queen Regnant of Sildavia
First Monarch of Sildavia, as well as the first female to ascend to the throne. She founded Sildavia as a principality, becoming a Sovereign Princess, and later elevated the country to a kingdom, which is considered to this day one of her great political achievements. She is also the founder of the House of Sildavia, the house that governs the homonymous country.

Timeline

Maria I of SildaviaHouse of Sildavia

Royal Titles

Prince of Klöw

Prince of Klöw (female: Princess of Klöw) is the title given to the heir and first in line of succession to the throne of Sildavia. The current Princess of Klöw is Princess Gabriela, Queen Maria's eldest maternal sister. The heir to the Sildavian throne, if first in the line of succession, whether male or female, is automatically referred to as Prince (Princess) of Klöw. However, if the reigning monarch wants to grant other titles to the heir, he will have to do so through a letter patent, and an investiture ceremony is the monarch's choice.

Prince of Sildavia

Prince of Sildavia (female: Princess of Sildavia), or Sildavian Prince is a title historically bestowed on members of the royal house of Sildavia, and is also sometimes attributed to the consort of the monarch of Sildavia, though this usually bears the title of Prince Consort. A prince of Sildavia usually has the "Royal Highness" style. Furthermore, the title can be transmitted by female lineage and not exclusively male as in other monarchies.

Former Titles

Sovereign Princess of Sildavia

Sovereign Princess of Sildavia was the title of the Sildavian monarch from the foundation in 2020 until 2021 when Sildavia was elevated from a principality to a kingdom. The Monarch despite being a prince was styled as "Your Majesty".

Armorial and Standards of the Royal Family

Armorial and Standarts (Outside Borduria)

Arms

Armorials
Coat of Arms of Sildavia.svg
Coat of Arms of
Her Majesty the Queen
Coat of Arms of the Princes of Klöw.svg
Coat of Arms of
Her Royal Highness the Princess of Klöw
(Maternal Sister of the Queen)
Countess of Koniktz COA (2021).png
Coat of Arms of
Her Royal Highness the Countess of Koniktz
(Mother of the Queen)
Prince Gabriel of Sildavia COA.png
Coat of Arms of
His Royal Highness, the Prince Gabriel, Duke of Koniktz
(Maternal Brother of the Queen)

Standards

Armorials
Royal Standard of Maria of Sildavia (2021).png
Standard of
Her Majesty the Queen
Royal Standard of the Prince of Klöw (2021).png
Standard of the
Princes of Klöw
Royal Standard of the Sildavian Princes (2021).png
Standard of
a Sildavian Prince (Other Members of the Royal House)

Armorial and Standarts (Within Borduria)

Arms

Armorials
Imperial Arms of Borduria.png
Coat of Arms of
Her Imperial and Royal Majesty the Queen-Czarina
Coat of Arms of the Princes of Klöw (Borduria).png
Coat of Arms of
Her Imperial and Royal Highness, Grand Duchess Gabriela, the Princess of Klöw
(Maternal Sister of the Queen)
Countess of Koniktz COA (Borduria).png
Coat of Arms of
Her Imperial and Royal Highness,the Grand Duchess Sonia, Countess of Koniktz
(Mother of the Queen-Czarina)
Prince Gabriel of Sildavia COA (Borduria).png
Coat of Arms of
His Imperial and Royal Highness, the Grand Duke Gabriel, Duke of Koniktz
(Maternal Brother of the Queen-Czarina)

Standards

Armorials
Royal Standard of Maria of Sildavia in Borduria (2021).png
Standard of
Her Imperial and Royal Majesty the Queen-Czarina
Royal Standard of the Prince of Klöw in Borduria (2021).png
Standard of the
Princes of Klöw (in Borduria)
Royal Standard of the Sildavian Princes in Borduria (2021).png
Standard of
a Bordurian Grand Duke (Other Members of the Royal House)

Nobiliarchic System

The noble titles are hereditary or not, depending on the concession of the sovereign. Having the style of:

  • His/Her Ducal Serene Highness (Dukes)
  • His/Her Grace (Dukes and Marquises)
  • The Most Honorable (Marquises)
  • The Right Honourable (Counts and Viscounts)
  • The Honourable (Barons and Baronets)
Coronet of Sildavian Duke.png Duke (Duque) Coronet of Sildavian Marquis.png Marquis (Marquês) Coronet of Sildavian Count.png Count (Conde) Coronet of Sildavian Viscount.png Viscount (Visconde) Coronet of Sildavian Baron.png Baron (Barão) Coronet of Sildavian Baronet.png Baronet (Baronete)

One of the characteristics of the nobility of Sildavia is the presence of the title of baronet.

Title in Bordúria

  • His/Her Illustrious Highness (Count in Borduria)
  • His/Her Lordship (Baron in Borduria)
Coronet of Bordurian Count.png Count in Borduria (Conde na Bordúria) Coronet of Bordurian Baron.png Baron in Borduria (Barão na Bordúria)

Royal Dukes

The "Royal Dukes" as they are called, are members of the royal family who do not belong to the royal house. They receive the title of Duke, and their descendants are made "Ducal Princes", and receive the style of Serene Highness. So far, two Royal Dukedoms have been created, that of Duke and Prince of Flaviano (granted to the Queen's paternal family, which did not receive royal status), and that of Duchess and Prince of Östervarstland (granted to the Queen's maternal grandmother).

Coronet of Sildavian Royal Duke.png Royal Duke (Duque Real) Coronet of Sildavian Ducal Prince.png Noble Prince (Príncipe Nobre)


Line of Succession to the Throne

House of Sildavia

  • Her Majesty Maria, the Queen of Sildavia
  • Her Royal Highness Gabriela, Princess of Klöw (maternal sister of the Queen, and presumptive heir to the throne)
  • His Royal Highness Prince Gabriel, Duke of Koniktz (maternal brother of the Queen)

House of Flaviano

The members of the House of Flaviano, an agnatic cadet branch, do not belong to the House of Sildavia, but belong to the Royal Family, and have rights in the line of succession.

  • His Serene Highness, Sebastião, 2nd Duke of Flaviano (father of the Queen)
    • Her Serene Highness, Silvia, Princess of Flaviano (paternal sister of the Queen)
    • His Serene Highness, Evandro, Prince of Flaviano (paternal brother of the Queen)
      • His Serene Highness, Evandro 2nd, Prince of Flaviano (nephew of the Queen)
        • Her Serene Highness, Sofia, Princess of Flaviano (grandniece of the Queen)
    • His Serene Highness, Ivam, Prince of Flaviano (paternal brother of the Queen)
      • His Serene Highness, Feliphe, Prince of Flaviano (nephew of the Queen)
    • Her Serene Highness, Silvânia, Princess of Flaviano (paternal sister of the Queen)
      • Her Serene Highness, Jhennifer, Princess of Flaviano (niece of the Queen)
    • Her Serene Highness, Marta, Princess of Flaviano (paternal sister of the Queen)
      • Her Serene Highness, Scarlett, Princess of Flaviano (niece of the Queen)
      • His Serene Highness, Guilherme, Prince of Flaviano (nephew of the Queen)
    • Her Serene Highness, Marcia, Princess of Flaviano (paternal sister of the Queen)
    • His Serene Highness, Cleber, Prince of Flaviano (paternal brother of the Queen)