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Queen Jetsun Pema shows off her golden children on the national holiday

Bhutan’s Queen Jetsun Pema attended ceremonies at Trongsa Dzong Monastery on the national holiday. To everyone’s delight, your cute children were there.

Tangsibji – Queen Jetsun Pema (31) visited the village of her maternal ancestors with her two sons on the national holiday. During their visit to the Tongsa Province, the royal family attended colorful ceremonies and also attended Trongsa Dzong Monastery. Wherever the royal boys appear, hearts not only melt in Bhutan, reveals *.

Prince Gyalsey Jigme Namgyel Wangchuck (5) stood confidently in front of his mother. Little Prince Gyalsey Ugyen Wangchuck (19 months) watched the ceremony on the occasion of their presence next to his older brother with interest. Her father, King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, 41, presumably held the position in the capital Thimphu while his family had traveled to the province, about five hours away by car.

Queen Jetsun Pema * clearly enjoyed showing the two princes their former home village of Tangsibji. Wherever they went, there was great joy at their appearance. The royal traditions are not that well established – Bhutan has a young royal couple and a comparatively young monarchy.

Since the first King of Bhutan (64, † 1926) saw the light of day in the Wangduechoelning Palace in Bumthang, great changes have taken place in Bhutan. Various regions were combined into one kingdom on December 17th, 1907. After the death of his father, Gongsa Ugyen Wangchuck was unanimously crowned Bhutan’s first Druk Gyalpo (Dragon King) in Trongsa. Since then, December 17th National holiday in the land of the thunder kite. With the current King Jigme Khesar, only the fifth ruler sits on the throne.

The succession has already been saved. The popular royal couple * celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary with Crown Prince Jigme Namgyel Wangchuck (5) and Prince Ugyen Wangchuck (1) – their two sweet children together. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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