King Alexei (Einmyria)
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|HRH King Alexei|
|Ex-Monarch of Einmyria|
|Reign||11 December 1961-1 March 2007|
|Coronation||11 December 1961|
|Predecessor||HRH Queen Beatrice|
|Successor||HRH Queen Joanne|
|Spouse||HRH Queen Eliane|
|His Royal Highness, Protector of the Realm|
|Private Academy of Elsworth, Wallerstein International School of Policy (B.A., Archaeology, Politics and International Relations), Reinbach University (Phd. in Archaeology)|
|Father||HRH Prince Edward|
|Mother||HRH Princess Jessica|
|Born|| 12, July 1942|
|Hair Color||Brown, Gray|
He met his wife Queen Eliane in 1968 during a royal excavation project. According to a backdated issue of Y magazine, HRH Queen Eliane was impressed by his down-to-Earth but pragmatic nature from the very beginning of their acquaintance-ship. After courting her for two years, they proceeded to get engaged and married, living a quiet life from the media's glare thereafter. They have three children from their marriage; Margaret, Henry, and Erica.
When the citizens of Einmyria are asked what they remember from King Alexei's reign, they would almost immediately say, the way in which HRH King Alexei managed to keep Einmyria out of the cold war initiative, despite the food rationing and the general bleakness of the situation. They also said that King Alexei's efforts resulted in the cultural heritage laws that are now in place which protect Einmyria's many heritage sites, and last but not least, the establishment of The Royal Harp, Einmyria's national beer.
King Alexei is also the founder of the Royal Einmyrian Anthropological Association.
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