Zarel I, Prince of New Eiffel

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Zarel I
Prince of New Eiffel
Reign 11 August 2018 -
Born 18 November 2004 (2004-11-18) (age 14)
London, England
Full name
Zarel Wilhelmus Jacobus Smith
Father Louis Smith
Mother Daleen Smith
Religion Anglican Christian
Signature Zarel I's signature

HM Prince Zarel I (full name: Zarel Wilhelmus Jacobus Smith; Prince Zed I; born 18 November 2004) is the first and incumbent prince of the Principality of New Eiffel, and head of state of the Islands of Omaha. Zed is also a film critic, actor and filmmaker.

On 14 March 2019, Zed became a non-residential subject of the Empire of Austenasia after founding the Austenasian Territory of Green Gate, which he administers as its Governor as Lord Zarel Smith, Baron of Green Gate.[1] On 4 August 2019, He became a non-residential subject of the Kingdom of Baustralia and serves as Baustralian Ambassador to the United Kingdom of Great Britan and Northern Ireland.

Personal life

Zed was born on 18 November 2004 in Epsom General Hospital in Surrey. Zed is of South African descent. He grew up in a very well off family. He moved a few times in his early life, and grew up in Wimbledon, London living with both his birth parents and two siblings, where he currently still resides.

He was raised Anglican, and baptised when he was around the age of two.


In 2013, Zed started showing interest in drama and theatre acting, and started going to a drama school in Kingston. Sometime in 2014, Zed also started taking art classes from the same school. The art teacher noted Zed's artistic skills. While there, he completed the bronze arts award, and came first of his class. He left Kingston School in 2015.

In 2018, Zed started attending New Eiffel School. In the same year, Zed started going to film and theatre acting classes at Esher Church of England High School.[2]

Micronational career

Film career

Zed in First Bite (2018)

Zed is the founder of the New Eiffelic film studio Z&jProductions. On September 2018, Zed auditioned for a role in a comedy school-themed short film. On 22 September, Zed went to a second audition for the film, however did not get the role. On 2 July 2019, Zed acted in the film InterYet To Come, which came second place in the 2019 Childnet Film Competition.


Zed has appeared in over 20 different short films, and is currently working on two feature films, The Republic of Me and a documentary about New Eiffel. Zed notably starred in the film First Bite, which was released on YouTube on 9 May 2018.

Film criticism

Zed is a film critic and is the owner of ZSR Film Reviews, where he publishes his reviews for various feature films.

Music career

Zarel has produced a number of EDM and dubstep songs under the name "DJ Zeddy".


Release Album Songs Genre(s)
12 February 2019 DJ Zeddy 8 House, EDM, dubstep


Release Song Genre Notes
12 October 2018 Thunder Electro-Pop Featuring vocals by Joost Smith
20 October 2018 Explosive Dubstep
9 September 2019 Funky Spark Electro swing, Funk

Film awards

Event Nation Award Film title Notes
Childnet Film Competition 2019 United Kingdom 2nd place best film award InterYet to Come Award for the school which produced the film


Titles, styles, and honours

 New Eiffel
  • 30 August 2018 – present: His Majesty Prince Zed I of New Eiffel
  • 28 February 2019 – present: Grand Peacefur
  • 25 May 2019 – present: Sovereign of the Order of the Lion (New Eiffel)
 Islands of Omaha
  • 8 December 2018 – present: Head of state of the Islands of Omaha
  • 14 March 2019 – present: Lord Zarel Smith, Baron of Green Gate

Former titles

 New Eiffel
  • 11 August 2018 - 30 August 2018: His Majesty Prince Zed I of New Temporary


State photographs

Image Date Location
ZedI.jpg 6 March 2019 United Kingdom, South Gloucestershire
ZarelJune2019.jpeg 11 Oct 2019 (7 June 2019 (de facto)) New Eiffel, New Leeds
TBA May 2020 TBD


  1. "March sees territorial changes for Austenasia". Austenasian Times. Retrieved 24 March 2019.
  2. Prince Zed I. "Prince Zed I's Short Educational Biography". The New Eiffel Times. Retrieved 25 March 2019.