Countries With Royal Families 2019

The term “royal family” refers to the immediate family of a king of queen that leads a nation in a monarchy form of government. Sometimes, this term may also be used to describe immediate and extended family.

Traditionally, the royal family includes the spouse of the reigning monarch, surviving spouses of deceased monarchs, children, grandchildren, siblings, and paternal cousins. Spouses of all immediate family members are also included in the royal family. Great grandchildren and other descendants may also be considered part of the royal family.

Throughout the world, many countries have a monarch, and this monarch has relatives known as the royal family. These countries include:

One important thing to note is that Queen Elizabeth II, perhaps the most well-known monarch in the world, is commonly known as the queen of United Kingdom. However, she is a monarch over the 16 commonwealth realms, which include:

Rank Flag Country Population 2019
2Andorra77,142
12Bahrain1,641,172
17Belgium11,539,328
20Bhutan763,092
28Brunei433,285
1Cambodia16,486,542
3Denmark5,771,876
5Japan126,860,301
6Jordan10,101,694
7Kuwait4,207,083
8Lesotho2,125,268
9Liechtenstein38,019
10Luxembourg615,729
11Malaysia31,949,777
13Monaco38,964
14Morocco36,471,769
16Netherlands17,097,130
18Norway5,378,857
15Oman4,974,986
19Qatar2,832,067
21Saudi Arabia34,268,528
22Spain46,736,776
23Sweden10,036,379
24Thailand69,625,582
25Tonga104,494
26United Arab Emirates9,770,529
27United Kingdom67,530,172
4Vatican City799