Royal Consort of Tonga
Coat of arms of Tonga.svg
Incumbent
Welcome for HM King Tupou VI of the Kingdom of Tonga and HM Queen Nanasipau
Nanasipauʻu Tukuʻaho
since 18 March 2012
Details
StyleHer Majesty
Formation4 December 1845
ResidenceRoyal Palace, Nukuʻalofa

Royal Consort of Tonga

House of Tupou

No. Picture Name Birth Marriage Became Consort Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse
1
Queen Charlotte, Tongataboo, Friendly Islands, during the Challenger Voyage.jpg
Sālote Lupepauʻu 1811 1833
pagan rite
27 March 1834
Christian rite
4 December 1845
unification of Tonga
4 November 1875
proclamation of the 1st Tongan constitution
8 September 1889 Siaosi Tupou I
[1]
2
Queen Lavinia Veiongo, bride of King Tupou II, Tonga, 1899, J. Martin, Martin, Auckland.jpg
Lavinia Veiongo 9 February 1879 1 June 1899 24 April 1902 Siaosi Tupou II
[2]
3
Tonga Reine Takipo.jpg
ʻAnaseini Takipō 1 March 1893 11 November 1909 5 April 1918
husband's death
26 November 1918
4
Viliami-Tungī-Mailefihi.jpg
Viliami Tungī Mailefihi 1/8 November 1887 19 September 1917
pagan rite
21 September 1917
Christian rite
5 April 1918
wife's ascension
20 July 1941 Sālote Tupou III
5
Queen Halaevalu with Officers.jpg
Halaevalu Mataʻaho ʻAhomeʻe 29 May 1926 10 June 1947 6 December 1965
husband's ascension
10 September 2006
husband's death
19 February 2017 Tāufaʻāhau Tupou IV
6
Welcome for HM King Tupou VI of the Kingdom of Tonga and HM Queen Nanasipau
Nanasipauʻu Tukuʻaho 8 March 1954 11 December 1982 18 March 2012
husband's ascension
Incumbent Tupou VI

Notes

  1. ^ Siaosi Tupou I had a number of other wives but he repudiated most of them by 1834 and Queen Sālote was his only wife married in Christian rites.
  2. ^ Although Siaosi Tupou II practiced monogamy, he had affair with other women, fathering a few children, whose descendants are greatly prominent today in both Tonga and Fiji.

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