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King of the Commonwealth of Australia
Incumbent
Frédéric, Prince héritier de Danemark
Alexander V
since 18 February 2198
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The Crown Prince
Details
Style His Majesty
Heir apparent William, Crown Prince of Australia
First monarch Victoria
Formation 1 January 1901

The monarchy of Australia is a form of government in which a hereditary monarch is the sovereign. Australia is a constitutional monarchy, largely modelled on the Westminster system of parliamentary government, incorporating features unique to the Constitution of Australia.

The present monarch is Alexander V, styled King of Australia, who has reigned since 18 February 2189.
















List of monarchsEdit

All portraits show the appearances of the monarch around the time of their coronation.

House of Hanover (1901)Edit

Name Portrait Birth Marriages Death Succession right
Victoria
Alexandrina Victoria
20 June 1837

22 January 1901
24 May 1819
Kensington Palace
daughter of Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn and Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld
Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
St James's Palace
10 February 1840
9 children
22 January 1901
Osborne House
aged 81
Granddaughter of George III

House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1901 — 1017)Edit

Name Portrait Birth Marriages Death Succession right
Edward VII
Albert Edward
22 January 1901

6 May 1910
9 November 1841
Buckingham Palace
son of Victoria and Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha
Alexandra of Denmark
St George's Chapel
10 March 1863
6 children
6 May 1910
Buckingham Palace
aged 68
Son of Victoria

House of Windsor (1917 — 2051)Edit

The house name Windsor was adopted in 1917, during World War I. It was changed from Saxe-Coburg-Gotha because of wartime anti-German sentiment in the United Kingdom.

Name Portrait Birth Marriages Death Succession right
George V
George Frederick Ernest Albert
6 May 1910

20 January 1936
3 June 1865
Marlborough House
son of Edward VII and Alexandra of Denmark
Mary of Teck
St James's Palace
6 July 1893
6 children
20 January 1936
Sandringham House
aged 70
Son of Edward VII
Edward VIII
Edward Albert Christian George Andrew Patrick David
20 January 1936

11 December 1936 (abdicated)
23 June 1894
White Lodge
son of George V and Mary of Teck
Wallis Warfield Simpson
Château de Candé
3 June 1937
no children
28 May 1972
Neuilly-sur-Seine
aged 77
Son of George V
George VI
Albert Frederick Arthur George
11 December 1936

6 February 1952
14 December 1895
Sandringham House
son of George V and Mary of Teck
Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon
Westminster Abbey
26 April 1923
2 children
6 February 1952
Sandringham House
aged 56
Son of George V
Elizabeth II
Elizabeth Alexandra Mary
6 February 1952

8 February 2031
21 April 1926
Mayfair
daughter of George VI and Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon
Philip of Greece and Denmark
Westminster Abbey
20 November 1947
4 children
8 February 2031
Buckingham Palace
aged 105
Daughter of George VI
George VII
Charles Philip Arthur George
8 February 2031

9 September 2044
14 November 1948
Buckingham Palace
son of Elizabeth II and Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
(1) Lady Diana Spencer
St Paul's Cathedral
29 July 1981
2 children
(2) Camilla Parker Bowles
Windsor Guildhall
9 April 2005
9 September 2044
Buckingham Palace
aged 96
Son of Elizabeth II
William V
William Arthur Philip Louis
9 September 2044

1 January 2051 (Home Monarchy Amendment)
21 June 1982
St Mary's Hospital
son of George VII and Lady Diana Spencer
Catherine Middleton
Westminster Abbey
29 April 2011
2 children
9 September 2094
St Mary's Hospital
aged 112
Son of George VII

House of Yarralumla (2051 — present)Edit

After adoption of the Home Monarchy Amendment Act by Parliament and successful referendum in 2050, former Governor-General Xavier Allyson was proclaimed King of Australia, replacing William V of the United Kingdom. Before 2051, Australian monarchs were all British as part of the Commonwealth realm arrangement at the time held between Britain and Australia as well as several other countries.

After Allyson's coronation, he became known as Alexander I, and he began the Yarralumla dynasty, named after the official residence of the King (earlier Governor-General), Yarralumla (formerly Government House — Yarralumla was a common name for the residence and was officially adopted after Alexander I's coronation) as well as in honour of the Aboriginal natives, despite being of a family of European descent.

Name Portrait Birth Marriages Death Succession right
Alexander I
Xavier Alexander Allyson
1 January 2051

2 June 2080
7 April 1979
Sydney Hospital
son of Alexander Allyson and Heather Anderson
Julia Freiburg
St George's Cathedral
2 October 2008
3 children
2 June 2080
Yarralumla Manor
aged 101
Elected
Alexander II
Alexander Benjamin Allyson
2 June 2080

23 April 2130
18 July 2010
Royal Perth Hospital
son of Alexander I and Julia Freiburg
Georgia Benningstone
St George's Cathedral
3 April 2042
1 child
23 April 2130
Yarralumla Manor
aged 120
son of Alexander I
Alexander III
Alexander Benjamin Allyson, Jr
23 April 2130

21 April 2137
9 June 2046
Sydney Hospital
son of Alexander II and Georgia Benningstone
Amalia de Klerk
St Andrew's Cathedral
8 January 2072
2 children
21 April 2137
Sydney Hospital
aged 91
son of Alexander II
Daniela I
Daniela Emily Victoria
21 April 2137

10 May 2141
22 January 2099
Wesley Hospital
daughter of Robert, Crown Prince of Australia and Irene Bennett
Peter Gladstone
Yarralumla Manor
5 April 2128
3 children
10 May 2141
Calvary Hospital
aged 42
granddaughter of Alexander III
Alexander IV
Lawrence Alexander David Peter
10 May 2141

2 January 2189
18 March 2129
Royal Perth Hospital
son of Daniela I and Peter Gladstone
Anne Hughes
St Andrew's Cathedral
3 April 2163
2 children
2 January 2189
Yarralumla Manor
aged 60
son of Daniela I
Alexander V
Alexander George Benjamin William
2 January 2189

present
Frédéric, Prince héritier de Danemark23 August 2168
Calvary Hospital
son of Alexander IV and Anne Hughes
Ingrid Barnes
St Andrew's Cathedral
8 September 2196
3 children
Livingson of Alexander IV
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