|King of Winterspell|
|Heir presumptive||Princess Olivia|
|First monarch||Petrus I|
|Formation||10 December 2017|
The Winterspell Monarchy, is a political institution in Winterspell comprising of the monarch, royal family, and royal advisors. The monarch is the head of state in Winterspell. This position wields undefined power and great influence within the kingdom. The first and only monarch is King Petrus I who has been on the throne since its creation on 10 December 2017.
In December 2017, former Lord Aidan had called for more ranks and titles in Winterspell. One such title was that of king. Upon its creation, it was suggested by former Lord Jackson that Lord Pierce take the throne as the kingdom's first monarch. Upon his ascension, Petrus appointed the rest of the lords to the position of prince.
The Winterspell Monarchy is split into three parts: the monarch, the royal family, and the royal advisors. It also supervises the Royal Treasury.
The monarch is the head of state and has nearly unlimited ability to influence the kingdom. This title is passed down through equal primogeniture.
The royal family is the direct relatives of the current reigning monarch including the royal consort, parents, siblings, and children. Neither grandchildren or grandparents are included. All members of the royal family carry the title Prince or Princess with the exception of the consort who has either Prince-Consort or Queen-Consort. The royal family is barred from holding public office. Relatives of the monarch who are not part of the royal family are entitled to the title of Lord or Lady, on request.
The royal advisors are a group hand-selected by the monarch to oversee the day-to-day function of the kingdom.
Line of succession
The current line of succession to the Winterspell throne starts from King Petrus.
- (3) Lady Rita A. (b. 1945)
List of monarchs
Winterspell has had only one monarch.
10 December 2017
(3 years, 321 days)
|29 January 2003||Unmarried||Living
Age:18 years, 271 days
- New Winterspell Constitution docs.google.com. Retrieved 21 August 2021.
- Protocol for the Death or Abdication of the Monarch docs.google.com. Retrieved 21 August 2021.