As expected, some cultures have some customs that may sound strange to other countries, such as the fact that The Queen have to kneel before your husband in a ceremony.
This was at the surprise wedding of what is so far the richest monarch in the world, the king of Thailand Maha Vajiralongkorn.
The sovereign married in 2019 with who at that time ceased to be his personal bodyguard to become his queen consort: Suthida Tidja.
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This was the sovereign's fourth wedding, this was held in Bangkok in the Throne Room Ampornsathan of the Dusit Palace.
Few days after getting married to Tidja (which by the way was a great surprise) was crowned in the third year of his reign.
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As mentioned at the beginning some countries have customs that perhaps for others is something rare to their own customs, because one of the rituals forced his wife to kneel before the king's feet while they poured water on her "Sacred" in the head.
The EFE Agency on his YouTube channel he shared a video where they show part of the ceremony in which Suthida Tidja where she had to sink, although she also seemed to be lying down.
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Members of the Royal council and Government, the presence of the Golpista General Prayut Chan-Ocha.
As witnesses were the monarch's sister the Princess sirindhorn and also the President of the Royal Council.
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As a curious fact the wedding is celebrated a few days before it is done the monarch's coronation.
There are some media that commented that his wife and Queen of Thailand, he was her lover and for this reason Your marriage It was a complete surprise for everyone.
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I see him in Tahiland passing suffering with King Maha Vajiralongkorn. Sure they share many things
- Fito Afrancesao (@Fito_Frances)
August 3, 2020