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Black kings, queens, princes, princesses, and other black members of royal families from Africa and Europe.

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The OTHER Africa (Pictures!)

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Roi de Bonoua. Bijoux de main. Côte d'Ivoire.

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Anna Karabo Mots’oeneng, later Queen ‘Masenate Mohato Seeiso, on her wedding day with King Letsie III, February 18, 2000 in the Lesotho Capi...

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Queen Karabo of Lesotho

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Africa | King Chevy-Zeh Jean Gervais King of Korou Kingdom in the Ivory Coast while attending the18th birthday and coronation celebrations of Uganda's King of the Tooro Kingdom, King Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV, in Karuzika Royal Palace at Fort Portal, Uganda | © Benedicte Desrus

18th birthday and coronation celebrations of the Uganda's King of the Tooro Kingdom: Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV

Africa | King Chevy-Zeh Jean Gervais King of Korou Kingdom in the Ivory Coast while attending the18th birthday and coronation celebrations of Uganda's King of the Tooro Kingdom, King Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV, in Karuzika Royal Palace at Fort Portal, Uganda | © Benedicte Desrus

Africa | Nyim Kot a Mbweeky III wearing royal dress 'labot latwool'; royal headdress known as 'Shody'; necklace 'Lashyaash' made of leopard teeth; sword 'Mbombaam', lance 'Mbwoom Ambady' and other items of royal adornement. Bungamba village, Congo (DR) | © Eliot Elisofon, 1970

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Africa | Nyim Kot a Mbweeky III wearing royal dress 'labot latwool'; royal headdress known as 'Shody'; necklace 'Lashyaash' made of leopard teeth; sword 'Mbombaam', lance 'Mbwoom Ambady' and other items of royal adornement. Bungamba village, Congo (DR) | © Eliot Elisofon, 1970

Queen Dowager Rosalie Gicanda (died 20 April 1994) was the wife of Rwandan Mwami (King in the Kinyarwanda language) Mutara III of Rwanda. After her husband died in mysterious circumstances in 1959, the Rwandan monarchy lasted only two more years, coming to an end in 1961. However, the Queen continued to live in Butare Province, Rwanda along with her mother and several ladies-in-waiting.

Queen Dowager Rosalie Gicanda (died 20 April 1994) was the wife of Rwandan Mwami (King in the Kinyarwanda language) Mutara III of Rwanda. After her husband died in mysterious circumstances in 1959, the Rwandan monarchy lasted only two more years, coming to an end in 1961. However, the Queen continued to live in Butare Province, Rwanda along with her mother and several ladies-in-waiting.

Hi Majesty Otumfuo Osei Tutu II King of the Ashanti Kingom in Ghana

Hi Majesty Otumfuo Osei Tutu II King of the Ashanti Kingom in Ghana

* Adioukrou Queen Mother  “In Ghana, the display of gold at the Ashanti’s king jubilee in 1995 was unsurpassed in splendor. This Adioukrou Queen mother, attending the jubilee, indicates her status by wearing gold turtle and crocodile talismans in her hair. Bedecked with gold jewelry and gold dust makeup, she exhibits her husband’s authority and worth.”  Photo by Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher

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* Adioukrou Queen Mother “In Ghana, the display of gold at the Ashanti’s king jubilee in 1995 was unsurpassed in splendor. This Adioukrou Queen mother, attending the jubilee, indicates her status by wearing gold turtle and crocodile talismans in her hair. Bedecked with gold jewelry and gold dust makeup, she exhibits her husband’s authority and worth.” Photo by Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher

Tiye, Queen of Kemet, 14th Century BC  Apart from being a glorious mother, Tiye, was a heady queen who gained the title of "Great Royal Wife." She had absolute independence to converse with the highest-ranking political leaders who also held her in high esteem.her husband indulged himself in the palace harem.She made him build shrines for her and a palace with an magnificent pond for her to gaze into.The moral of the tale is that by staying focused & being in the know, no one to rival with…

Tiye, Queen of Kemet, 14th Century BC Apart from being a glorious mother, Tiye, was a heady queen who gained the title of "Great Royal Wife." She had absolute independence to converse with the highest-ranking political leaders who also held her in high esteem.her husband indulged himself in the palace harem.She made him build shrines for her and a palace with an magnificent pond for her to gaze into.The moral of the tale is that by staying focused & being in the know, no one to rival with…

Princess (Omubiitokati) Ruth Nsemere Komuntale of Toro. She was born in 1989. She was educated at Aga Khan Primary School in Kampala and at the International School in Tripoli, Libya. She was installed as the Batebi to her brother, Oyo Nyimba Iguru Rukidi IV, on 12 September 1996.

Princess (Omubiitokati) Ruth Nsemere Komuntale of Toro. She was born in 1989. She was educated at Aga Khan Primary School in Kampala and at the International School in Tripoli, Libya. She was installed as the Batebi to her brother, Oyo Nyimba Iguru Rukidi IV, on 12 September 1996.

Candace, Empress of Ethiopia, 300 BC. You gotta love a woman who used war-elephants to battle Alexander the Great. Alex was in for a good bit of spanking if he was to invading Ethiopia and face this fierce woman-led army. Candace was well-aware that in any war that is ever fought, there exist two battles: physical and mental. In a moment of life or death, she chose the right tactics to win the right one of these battles and save her kingdom and people.Be inventive to achieve your goal.

Candace, Empress of Ethiopia, 300 BC. You gotta love a woman who used war-elephants to battle Alexander the Great. Alex was in for a good bit of spanking if he was to invading Ethiopia and face this fierce woman-led army. Candace was well-aware that in any war that is ever fought, there exist two battles: physical and mental. In a moment of life or death, she chose the right tactics to win the right one of these battles and save her kingdom and people.Be inventive to achieve your goal.

Baroness Monica Van Neumann of Austria

From Detroit to Austria: Baroness Monica von Neumann Puts a Regal Spin on the Candle Business

Baroness Monica von Neumann lives an international life that now includes a line of scented candles. She talks with us about her beginnings and her business.