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List of honours of the British Royal Family by country

Contents

Commonwealth honours

Member of Family Ss M&G Royal Victorian Order RV Chain St John Order of Merit
HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother --- GCVO (1937) 1937 DGStJ (1926)
HM The Queen Sovereign
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh --- --- 2007 --- 1968[1]
Member of Family Ss M&G Royal Victorian Order RV Chain St John Order of Merit
HRH The Prince of Wales --- --- --- --- 2002
Diana, Princess of Wales --- --- --- --- ---
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall --- GCVO (2012) --- --- ---
HRH The Duke of Cambridge --- --- --- --- ---
HRH The Duchess of Cambridge --- --- --- --- ---
HRH Prince Harry --- --- --- --- ---
Member of Family Ss M&G Royal Victorian Order RV Chain St John Order of Merit
HRH The Princess Royal --- GCVO (1974) --- DStJ (1971)
GCStJ (1998)
---
Capt Mark Phillips --- CVO --- --- ---
VAdm Sir Timothy Laurence --- LVO (1989)
KCVO (2011)
--- --- ---
Peter Phillips --- --- --- --- ---
Autumn Phillips --- --- --- --- ---
Zara Phillips --- --- --- --- ---
Mike Tindall --- --- --- --- ---
Member of Family Ss M&G Royal Victorian Order RV Chain St John Order of Merit
HRH The Duke of York --- CVO (1979)
KCVO (2003)
GCVO (2011)
--- --- ---
Sarah, Duchess of York --- --- --- --- ---
HRH Princess Beatrice of York --- --- --- --- ---
HRH Princess Eugenie of York --- --- --- --- ---
Member of Family Ss M&G Royal Victorian Order RV Chain St John Order of Merit
HRH The Earl of Wessex --- CVO (1989)
KCVO (2003)
GCVO (2011)
--- --- ---
HRH The Countess of Wessex --- GCVO (2010)[2] --- DStJ (2005) ---
Viscount Severn --- --- --- --- ---
Lady Louise Windsor --- --- --- --- ---
Member of Family Ss M&G Royal Victorian Order RV Chain St John Order of Merit
HRH The Duke of Gloucester --- GCVO (1974) --- GCStJ (1975) ---
HRH The Duchess of Gloucester --- GCVO (1989) --- DStJ (1974)
GCStJ
---
Member of Family Ss M&G Royal Victorian Order RV Chain St John Order of Merit
HRH The Duke of Kent GCMG (1967) GCVO (1960) --- --- ---
HRH The Duchess of Kent --- GCVO (1977) --- --- ---
HRH Prince Michael of Kent --- KCVO (1992)
GCVO (2003)
--- KStJ ---
HRH Princess Michael of Kent --- --- --- --- ---
HRH Princess Alexandra --- GCVO (1960) --- --- ---
The Rt Hon. Sir Angus Ogilvy --- KCVO (1989) --- --- ---

 Australia

 Botswana

 Brunei

 Cameroon

 Canada

 Dominica

 Ghana

 Kenya

 Malawi

 Malaysia

 Maldives

 New Zealand

 Pakistan

 Papua New Guinea

 Nigeria

 Singapore

 Solomon Islands

 South Africa

 Tanzania

 Tonga

 Trinidad and Tobago

 Uganda

 United Kingdom

  • Orders :
Member of Family Garter Thistle Bath Br. Emp. EIIR GVIRI GVRI
HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother LG (1936) LT (1937) --- GBE (1927) V V V
HM The Queen Sovereign V V
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh KG (1947) KT (1952) --- GBE (1953) xxx xxx xxx
Member of Family Garter Thistle Bath Br. Emp. EIIR GVIRI GVRI
HRH The Prince of Wales KG (1958) KT (1977) GCB (1975) --- xxx xxx xxx
Diana, Princess of Wales --- --- --- --- V xxx xxx
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall --- --- --- --- V xxx xxx
HRH The Duke of Cambridge KG (2008) KT (2012) --- --- xxx xxx xxx
HRH The Duchess of Cambridge --- --- --- --- --- xxx xxx
HRH Prince Harry --- --- --- --- xxx xxx xxx
Member of Family Garter Thistle Bath Br. Emp. EIIR GVIRI GVRI
HRH The Princess Royal LG (1994) LT (2000) --- --- V --- xxx
Capt Mark Phillips --- --- --- --- xxx xxx xxx
VAdm Sir Timothy Laurence --- --- CB (2007) --- xxx xxx xxx
Peter Phillips --- --- --- --- xxx xxx xxx
Autumn Phillips --- --- --- --- --- xxx xxx
Zara Phillips --- --- --- MBE (2007) --- xxx xxx
Mike Tindall --- --- --- MBE xxx xxx xxx
Member of Family Garter Thistle Bath Br. Emp. EIIR GVIRI GVRI
HRH The Duke of York KG (2006) --- --- --- xxx xxx xxx
Sarah, Duchess of York --- --- --- --- --- xxx xxx
HRH Princess Beatrice of York --- --- --- --- --- xxx xxx
HRH Princess Eugenie of York --- --- --- --- --- xxx xxx
Member of Family Garter Thistle Bath Br. Emp. EIIR GVIRI GVRI
HRH The Earl of Wessex KG (2006)[2] --- --- --- xxx xxx xxx
HRH The Countess of Wessex --- --- --- --- V xxx xxx
Viscount Severn --- --- --- --- xxx xxx xxx
Lady Louise Windsor --- --- --- --- --- xxx xxx
Member of Family Garter Thistle Bath Br. Emp. EIIR GVIRI GVRI
HRH The Duke of Gloucester KG (1997) --- --- --- xxx xxx xxx
HRH The Duchess of Gloucester --- --- --- --- V xxx xxx
Member of Family Garter Thistle Bath Br. Emp. EIIR GVIRI GVRI
HRH The Duke of Kent KG (1985) --- --- --- xxx xxx xxx
HRH The Duchess of Kent --- --- --- --- V xxx xxx
HRH Prince Michael of Kent --- --- --- --- xxx xxx xxx
HRH Princess Michael of Kent --- --- --- --- --- xxx xxx
HRH Princess Alexandra LG (2003) --- --- --- V V xxx
The Rt Hon. Sir Angus Ogilvy --- --- --- --- xxx xxx xxx

In bold, when the member of the family is also Grand Master of the Order, next to the Queen as Sovereign of the Order
Rem : Grand Master =/= Sovereign, see article !

Other honours

European foreign honours

 Austria

 Belgium

 Croatia

HM The Queen : 12 December 2001 – - Member with Sash and Grand Star of the Grand Order of King Tomislav[20]

 Czech Republic

HM The Queen : 1996 – - Member First Class with Collar of the Order of the White Lion[21]

 Denmark

 Estonia

HM The Queen : 19 October 2006 – - Collar of the Cross of the Order of the Cross of Terra Mariana[22]

 Finland

 France

 Germany

 Greece

 Hungary

HM The Queen : 1991 – - Grand Cross of the Order of Merit

 Iceland

 Italy

 Kazakhstan

HM The Queen : 2000 – - Member of the Order of the Golden Eagle

 Latvia

HM The Queen : 1996 – - Grand Cross with Collar of the Order of the Three Stars

 Lithuania

HM The Queen : 17 October 2006 – - Grand Cross with Golden Chain of the Order of Vytautas the Great[25][26]

 Luxembourg

 Malta

 Monaco

 Netherlands

 Norway

 Poland

 Portugal

 Romania

 Russia

 Slovakia

 Slovenia

 Spain

 Sweden

 Turkey

 Yugoslavia

African foreign honours

 Côte d'Ivoire

 Egypt

 Ethiopia

 Gabon

 Gambia

 Liberia

 Libya

 Mali

 Morocco

 Senegal

 Tunisia

 Zaire

Asian foreign honours

West Asia

 Bahrain

 Iraq

 Jordan

 Kuwait

 Oman

 Qatar

 Saudi Arabia

 United Arab Emirates

Far East

 Afghanistan

 Indonesia

 Japan

   Nepal

 South Korea

 Thailand

North American foreign honours

 Mexico

 Panama

 United States


South American foreign honours

 Argentina

 Bolivia

 Brazil

 Chile

 Colombia

 Ecuador

 Paraguay

 Peru

See also

References and sources

  1. ^ The insignia of a Member of the Order of Merit are regularly worn by Prince Philip on all occasions when orders and decorations are worn.
  2. ^ a b "Noblesse et Royautés", Guests to Victoria of Sweden's wedding, Photo
  3. ^ The insignia of an ADC to King George VI are worn by Prince Philip on the epaulettes when wearing UK military uniforms
  4. ^ The insignia of a Companion of the Order of Australia are normally only worn by Prince Philip in miniature with evening dress or when ribbons are worn alone.
  5. ^ "Mailbox". Royal Insight Magazine (London: Buckingham Palace) (July 2005). July 2005. Archived from the original on 2006-02-10. Retrieved 12 August 2013. 
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  7. ^ "Prince Edward Awarded Saskatchewan Order of Merit" (Press release). Government of Saskatchewan. 11 May 2005. Retrieved 27 October 2008. 
  8. ^ Order of the Star of Ghana, Royal Collection, retrieved 29 May 2012
  9. ^ Photo of Elizabeth II wearing DMN
  10. ^ The insignia of the Queen's Service Order is usually worn by Prince Philip on occasions when decorations are worn. There are some occasions when he wears other decorations but not the insignia of the QSO in the United Kingdom.
  11. ^ "PM PRESENTS SOVEREIGN'S BADGE TO THE QUEEN" (Press release). Office of the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea. Archived from the original on 2006-05-28. Retrieved 12 August 2013. 
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  14. ^ Royal Collection • Queen & Commonwealth, retrieved 29 May 2012
  15. ^ "Honours of the Duke of Gloucester". The Royal Household. Retrieved 6 June 2011. 
  16. ^ 1995 National Orders awards
  17. ^ Tongan stamp showing Queen Elizabeth II wearing the Order.
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  19. ^ "Reply to a parliamentary question about the Decoration of Honour" (pdf) (in German). p. 275. Retrieved 12 August 2013. 
  20. ^ "Odluka o odlikovanju Njezinog Velicanstva Elizabete II., kraljice Ujedinjenog Kraljevstva Velike Britanije i Sjeverne Irske" (in Croatian).  
  21. ^ "The Prague Castle > Office of the Czech President > State Decorations > Order of the White Lion > List". Office of the President. Retrieved 12 August 2013. 
  22. ^ "President Ilves õhtusöögil Saksamaa Liitvabariigi presidendi Joachim Gauck'i riigivisiidi puhul Tallinna Lennusadamas 9. juulil 2013" [The President of the Republic greeted Queen Elizabeth II] (Press release) (in Estonian). Office of the President. 19 October 2008. Retrieved 12 August 2013. 
  23. ^ Abolished after the abolition of the Greek monarchy in 1974.
  24. ^ Wedding of Juan Carlos of Spain and Sophia of Greece
  25. ^ Lithuanian Presidency, Lithuanian Orders searching form
  26. ^ http://www.president.lt/en/news.full/7176 "Official Welcome Ceremony for the Queen at Presidential Palace" (Press release). Office of the President of the Republic of Lithuania. 17 October 2006. Retrieved 31 October 2008. 
  27. ^ a b Royalement Blog, State visit in Luxembourg (1976)
  28. ^ a b Honorary Appointments to the National Order of Merit, Office of the Prime Minister, Malta, retrieved 22 January 2011
  29. ^ Honorary Members, Office of the Prime Minister, Malta, retrieved 20 September 2012
  30. ^ a b c Volks krant, State visit of Netherlands in United Kingdom, 11/1982, Group Photo
  31. ^ PPE Agency, King Willem Alexander's inthronization 2013, Photo
  32. ^ a b c Charles & Diana
  33. ^  
  34. ^ Photo showing Princess Diana wearing the sash
  35. ^ Bridge, Adrian (26 January 1994). "Apologies ma'am, we lost your gong".  
  36. ^ British Foreign Office quoted in The Observer, 31 December 1989.
  37. ^ The Queen stripped Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu, who was overthrown in a popular revolution, of his honorary British knighthood in December 1989,[35] and returned her own order because "of revulsion at the abuse of human rights in Romania for which Ceausescu is responsible".[36]
  38. ^ (Romanian) Recipients of the order (Excel sheet), Presidency of Romania website.
  39. ^ "Order of the White Double Cross, 1st Class". Office of the President of the Slovak Republic. Retrieved 12 August 2013. 
  40. ^ http://web.archive.org/web/20010625165454/www.frimurarorden.se/frimuraren/frimuraren_00-4_b_frame.htm
  41. ^ "Kadehi majeste kraliçenin serefine!" (in Turkish). Haber5. 14 May 2008. Archived from the original on 2011-10-02. Retrieved 12 August 2013. 
  42. ^ Photo of Queen Elizabeth and Turkish President Abdullah Gül in Buckingham Palace
  43. ^  
  44. ^ a b State visit of Saudi Arabia in U.K., 2010, Photo
  45. ^ a b c Johnson, Alice (2010-11-26). "Khalifa, Queen Elizabeth II exchange orders". gulfnews.com. 
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