Prince Sarun of Huai Siao

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General
His Royal Highness
Prince Sarun
พลเอกสมเด็จองค์ชายพระยาอนุโยเหล้า
Prince of Huai Siao


Portrait of Prince Sarun
Commander of the Royal Army
Assumed office:
6 January 2020
Emperor Pao
Prime Minister Prince Eun Jo
Minister of Defense
In office:
6 April 2019 – 31 December 2019
Emperor Pao
Prime Minister Prince Eun Jo
Predecessor Phraya Huo
Successor Prince Eun Jo
Assumed office:
5 January 2021
Emperor Pao
Prime Minister Prince Eun Jo
Predecessor Prince Eun Jo
Personal Information
Born 10 March 2007 (2007-03-10) (age 15)
Thailand
Nationality Thai
Huai Siao
Residence Royal Palace of Huai Siao
Religion Buddhism
Military service
Allegiance  Huai Siao
Service/branch Royal Huai Siao Army
In service 2018 –
Rank RTA OF-9 (พลเอก).png General
Commands Commander of the Army

Prince Sarun (Thai:พลเอกสมเด็จองค์ชายพระยาอนุโยเหล้า) is a member of the imperial family of Huai Siao and is a cousin of Emperor Pao. He served in the Royal Huai Siao Army since 1 September 2018 and was appointed as the Commander of the Army on 6 January 2020. He played an important role in the development of the nation's military. Apart from serving as the Commander of the Army, he has been serving as the Minister of Defense under Prime Minister Prince Eun Jo since 5 January 2021.

Personal life

Prince Sarun was born on 10 March 2007 in Thailand. He is a cousin of Emperor Pao and Prime Minister Prince Eun Jo. He keeps keen interest in military and enjoys playing football and other fun activities with his friends. He also enjoys playing archery and hunting birds.

Political and military career

Prince Sarun joined the Royal Huai Siao Army on 1 September 2018 and was soon appointed as a Major in the army. He continued to serve as military advisor to the Emperor and the government of Huai Siao. He was appointed as the Minister of Defense by Prime Minister Prince Eun Jo on 6 April 2019 succeeding incumbent, Phraya Huo and he continued to serve in that position until being replaced by the Prime Minister himself on 31 December 2019. Soon after his removal as Minister of Defense, he assumed the role of the Commander of the Army on 6 January 2020 and has been serving in the capacity since then.

He was re-appointed as the Minister of Defense by the Prime Minister on 5 January 2021.

Dates of rank

Insignia Rank Component Date of rank
RTA OF-3 (พันตรี).png Major
พันตรี
Royal Huai Siao Army 2018-2019
RTA OF-4 (พันโท).png Lieutenant Colonel
พันโท
Royal Huai Siao Army 2019
RTA OF-5 (พันเอก).png Colonel
พันเอก
Royal Huai Siao Army 2019-2020
RTA OF-9 (พลเอก).png General
พลเอก
Royal Huai Siao Army 2020-

Titles, styles, and honours

Titles and styles

Styles of
Prince Sarun
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Reference styleHis Royal Highness
Spoken styleYour Royal Highness
Alternative styleSire
  • 20 April 2019 – present: His Royal Highness Prince Sarun

Honours

National honours

Foreign honours

References