Philip Joseph Pillin of Pibocip

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Philip Joseph Pillin
His Majesty, King of Pibocip
Portrait of King Philip
King of Pibocip
Reign15 October 2005 – present
PredecessorQueen Anita
Crown PrincePrince Philip Pillin
Born7 April 1934 (1934-04-07) (age 90)
United States
ConsortMary Rita Pillin

King Philip Joseph Pillin is an American micronationalist who is the current King of the Kingdom of Pibocip since 2005, having succeeded his mother-in-law, Queen Anita to the throne.

Personal life

King Philip Joseph Pillin was born on 7 April 1934 and is currently 90 years old and is one of the oldest serving national leaders. He is married to Mary Rita Pillin, the Queen consort of Pibocip. The royal couple has two children - Crown Prince Phillip Pillin and Princess Christine.


Following the demise of his mother-in-law, Queen Anita on 15 October 2005, he succeeded her on the throne of Pibocip and has since then been reigning as the King of Pibocip. As the monarch of Pibocip, he renders wide range of duties including receiving state guests and granting honours. He also has an influence over the kingdom's foreign affairs as he is directly responsible for approving and signing diplomatic treaties with foreign nations along with the Minister of Foreign Affairs.

In 2022 following a fall, he suffered an injury and was hospitalised for more than three months. During that period, Crown Prince Phillip Pillin was appointed as Regent to the throne.


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Kingdom of Pibocip Personal achievement