Order of Queen Elizabeth II
|The Most Honourable Order of Queen Elizabeth II|
Star of Order of Queen Elizabeth II
|Awarded by the|
Monarchy of Queensland
|Type||Order of chivalry|
|Established||1 October 2015|
|Criteria||At the Monarch's pleasure|
|Founder||George I of Queensland|
|Sovereign||King Albert V|
|Grand Master||King Albert V|
|First induction||1 October 2015|
|Last induction||4 November 2020|
|Next (higher)||King George's Service Order|
|Next (lower)||Order of the Queenslandian Merit|
The Most Honourable Order of Queen Elizabeth II It is the third Order of the Order of Gatfar and Royal Family of Order of Crown of Queensland, built in honor of Queen Elizabeth II as the Queen of the United Kingdom. And as the most respected person in the Kingdom of Queensland
Regulations for the giving of decorations
The Order of Queen Elizabeth II is the highest class insignia of the Kingdom of Queensland. The Bureau of the Royal Household has set a plan for delivering the Order of Queen Elizabeth II as follows:
- 1. The recipient of the Order of Queen Elizabeth II must be a member of the royal family only.
- 2. Order of Queen Elizabeth II recipients must be 10 years or older.
- 3. Who has received the Order of Queen Elizabeth II from that foreign country The recipient must be the head of state only.
- 4. Persons receiving the Order of Queen Elizabeth II must be soldiers and civilians who make a contribution to the nation.
- 5. Order of Queen Elizabeth II in 1 year is limited to the grantor as follows
- 5.1 The royal family must have at least 2 persons
- 5.2 Foreign head of state or Prime Minister Must have a minimum of 6 people only
- 5.3 Commander-level soldiers to the commander of the military, totaling 12 people
- 5.4 Military soldiers who benefit the nation and civilians who benefit the nation, 20-30 people.
Divided into 4 stages:
- 1. Knight Grand Cross(KGCQE) : Only the Collar and Sash will be obtained.
- 2. Lady Grand Cross(LGCQE) : Only the Collar and Sash will be obtained.
- 3. Knight Commander(KCQE) : Hanging with ribbons around the neck and Star of Order
- 4. Lady Commander(LCQE) : Hanging with ribbons around the neck and Star of Order
- 5. Commander(CQE) : Hanging with ribbons around the neck
- 6. Officer(OQE) : Ribbons and insignia adorn the chest
Collar and Ribbon
|Riband of the Order of Queen Elizabeth II||Knight and Commander Order of Queen Elizabeth II||Dame and Commander Order of Queen Elizabeth II||Star of Order of Queen Elizabeth II (Knight and Dame of the Grand Cross and Knight and Dame of the Commander)||Officer of Order of Queen Elizabeth II||Ribbon of Order of Queen Elizabeth II|
Give decorations after the person's Death
This is not common in the Kingdom of Queensland. By awarding decorations to the deceased There is a requirement "That person must be the one that His Majesty the King likes, along with the government."
Person who receives a Special Order of Queen Elizabeth II
- Queenslandian Head of State Recipient(s)
- Queenslandian Royal Recipient(s)
- Queenslandian Ordinary Recipient(s)
- Foreign Royal Recipient(s)
- Foreign Presidential Recipient(s)
- Foreign Citizens Recipient(s)
Knight and Dame Commander
|No.||Name||Nation||Awarded as||Date of Investiture||Coat of arms|
|1||His Royal Highness
Prince Wiliam,Duke of Arbara
|Kingdom of Queensland||The Royal Family||2 January 2016||150px|
Sir Andrew Richard
|Kingdom of Queensland||First Sea Lord and Chief of the Queensland Naval Staff||2 September 2016||140px|
|3||Air vice marshal
Sir James Edward
|Kingdom of Queensland||Former of the Chief of the Air Staff (2019-2021)||6 March 2017||140px|
|4||Air vice marshal
Sir Edward Alexander
|Kingdom of Queensland||Current Commander of the Royal Queensland National and Home Guards||6 March 2017||140px|
|5||Her Imperial Highness
Princess Jani, Former Deputy Prime Minister of Huai Siao
|Empire of Huai Siao||Deputy Prime Minister (2019-2021)||4 November 2020||140px|