Thailand’s King Vajiralongkorn has stripped his illustrious partner of her position and titles for “rowdiness and traitorousness against the ruler”.
An official declaration said Sineenat Wongvajirapakdi had been “aggressive” and attempted to “raise herself to a similar state as the sovereign”.
“The illustrious associate’s practices were viewed as ill bred,” it said.
She was delegated in July, only two months after the ruler wedded Queen Suthida, his fourth spouse.
Sineenat, who was a significant general and is a prepared pilot, medical caretaker and guardian, was the main individual to be granted the title of Royal Noble Consort in almost a century.
Sovereign Suthida – a 41-year-old previous airline steward and representative leader of his guardian unit – is King Vajiralongkorn’s long haul accomplice and has been seen with him openly for a long time.
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The declaration that Sineenat had been deprived of her titles was distributed in the Royal Gazette on Monday. It denoted an abrupt go wrong for the regal partner, who for quite a while was seen frequently along the edge of King Vajiralongkorn.
Indeed, even after the ruler’s union with Queen Suthida, Sineenart was an ordinary visitor at regal occasions.