Order of the Queen

From Empire of Karnia-Ruthenia
Order of the Queen
Ordem da Rainha
Insignia of the Order of the Queen
Awarded by the
Empress-Queen of Karnia-Ruthenia
Type Order of knighthood for women
Eligibility Only for women
Awarded for At the monarch's pleasure for personal services of women to the Crown
Status Obsolete
Grades (w/ post-nominals) Dame
Established 2015
First induction 2015
Last induction 01 August 2021
Distinct recipients 52
Next (higher) Order of St. Paul
Next (lower) Order of the Lion
Ribbon of the Order of the Queen

The Order of the Queen was a dynastic order for women founded in Persenburg by Emperor-King Oscar of Karnia-Ruthenia in 2015 in order to commemorate his union to Paloma, Empress of Karnia. Though the Emperor-King of Karnia-Ruthenia is technically the "Sovereign of the Orders" of the Empire, the Chief of the Order of the Queen is the reigning Empress-Queen and is intended strictly for women whose service to Karnia-Ruthenia was worthy of such high national recognition.

It became dormant when Oscar I divorced Paloma of Mortenfeudt on 05 September 2019, being granted just one more time in August 2021 before being declared obsolete later that month and substituted by the Order of the Enameled Cross.

History[edit | edit source]

Established on 12 June 2015, the Order was created by Emperor-King Oscar during the period in which Ruthenia was only one kingdom and the award was granted only eleven times in this era. The Order was a gift by the micronational marriage between the Emperor-King to Princess Paloma of Mortenfeudt and the date of its creation was chosen to coincide with Valentine's Day in Brazil, where the imperial couple lives. When the Empire was founded and immediately after the signing of the Karno-Ruthenian Compromise of 2016, the Order of the Queen became the most important honor specially for women in precedence of Karnia-Ruthenia.

The orer was gifter more then fifty time for several woman across the globe, but lost most of its meaning after the divorce of Oscar I and Paloma of Mortenfeudt. In August 2021, during the celebrations of 30th anniversary of the Emperor, it was given one last time before being finally declared obsolete, leaving the table of honors of the Empire and later that same month, substituted for another order especially for woman, the Order of the Enameled Cross.

Precedence and privileges[edit | edit source]

The Dames of the Order are assigned positions in the order of precedence, after the Knights of the Order of St. Paul and the relatives of Dames of the order of the Queen, however, are not assigned any special precedence and there is not a post-nominal to use, being the individual known as "Dame", only.

Grand Mistress of the Order[edit | edit source]

2015 - 2019[edit | edit source]

  1. Her Imperial and Royal Majesty, Empress-Queen Paloma of Karnia-Ruthenia

Recipients[edit | edit source]

2015[edit | edit source]

  1. Her Royal Highness, Duchess Tânya Correa d'Ornellas of Libertia
  2. Her Imperial and Royal Highness, Archduchess Denise of Karnia-Ruthenia
  3. Her Highness, Princess Isabela of Gomes Abreo-Louis
  4. The Right Honourable Countess Louise da Câmara of Grancasa
  5. The Right Honourable Baroness Diana di Souza
  6. The Right Honourable Baroness Iris of Pacheco
  7. Her Royal Highness, Grand Duchess Delphine of Flandrensis
  8. Royal Majesty, Queen Anastasia of Ruritania
  9. Her Royal Highness, Princess Olivia of Aigues-Mortes
  10. [Her Grace, Countess Diana Asatryan (revoked)[1]

2016[edit | edit source]

  1. Her Highness, Princess Adalia of Mortenfeudt (revoked)
  2. Ms. Irina Andrea Jacinto Sopas
  3. Her Imperial and Royal Majesty, Empress Alyssa of North America (revoked)
  4. Her Highness, Princess Eutuxia of Imvrassia
  5. Her Majesty, Queen Aikaterini of Imvrassia

2017[edit | edit source]

  1. Her Royal Highness, Princess Leighan, Countess of Hanzel
  2. Her Imperial Majesty, Empress Eleanore of Quailia
  3. Her Royal Highness, Grand Duchess Julianna Elisabeth of Ruritania
  4. Her Royal Highness, Grand Duchess Lydia Sofia of Ruritania
  5. Her Royal Highness, Princess Charlotte Dorothea of Ruritania
  6. Her Royal Highness, Grand Duchess Catherine of Hagersbourg
  7. Amanda de França
  8. Her Royal Highness, Princess Kimberly of Arecibo (revoked)

2018[edit | edit source]

  1. Her Imperial Majesty, Empress Bruna of Réunion
  2. The Most Honourable Countess Barbara of Horne and Haar
  3. Her Imperial Majesty, Clotilde, Empress of Angyalistan
  4. Her Serene Highness, Élida, Princess of Iriland.
  5. Amanda de França (second time)
  6. Her Excellency, Ms. Hannah Callahan, President of the Grand Republic of Delvera.
  7. Mrs. Ginger Mensik. (posthumously)[2]

2019[edit | edit source]

  1. Her Gracious Lady, Nathalia, Baroness Monnerat-Rodrigson.
  2. Her Royal Majesty, Wu Chai, Queen of Wong Ming.
  3. Her Royal Majesty, Mary, Queen of Rabbistan.
  4. Her Gracious Lady, Danielle, Baroness Schaf.
  5. Her Royal Majesty, Marie-Adélina, Queen of Legialle.
  6. Her Serene Highness, Lena-Birgitta, Princess of Lorenzburg
  7. Her Royal Majesty, Anne, Queen of Northern Barchant.
  8. Her Serene Highness, Marija, Princess Consort of Montescano.

2021[edit | edit source]

  1. Her Illustrious Highness, Princess Göndör de Folyam von und zu Piranji
  2. Her Royal Highness, Gabriela, Princess of Klöw.
  3. Her Grand Ducal Highness, Gabriela, Grand Duchess of Mëcklewmburg-Wladir.
  4. Her Imperial Majesty, Layanne, Empress-consort of Villa Alicia;
  5. Her Majesty, Maria, Queen of Sildavia.
  6. Her Majesty, Letizia, Queen of Luna.
  7. Her Majesty, Hannah, Queen in the Empire. (second time)
  8. Her Highness, Princess Kathleen in the Empire.
  9. Her Highness, Princess Charlotte in the Empire.
  10. Her Royal Highness, Tanishkaa Patranabish of Vishwamitra.
  11. Her Grace, Milena, Duchess of Albuquerque.
  12. Her Grace, Ms. Cecília of Oranje and Eichweiss.
  13. Her Grace, Gabriele, Duchess of Frag.
  14. Her Imperal Majesty, Clotilde, Empress of Angyalistan. (second time)

See also[edit | edit source]

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