Life is the youngest queen in the world
• The life of the youngest queen in the world
The whole world is eagerly watching the British royal family, but not the only pebble on the beach, though it gives a lot of reasons for the news. In other countries, there are also Queen, worthy of attention. Jetsun Pema - 28-year-old Queen of Bhutan, the youngest in the world.
The title of Queen Jetsun Pema has received in 2011, when she married King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, Bhutan is called the Dragon King. It is interesting that during his studies at Oxford, King met with a cousin of his wife.
Although Jetsun was not a commoner, to the royal family, she had a very indirect relationship: the daughter of the pilot, though pilots are not simple, and the grandson of the former mayor of Trashigang (city in Bhutan), her great-grandfather was governor of the eastern provinces of the country, and grandfather - half-brother of one of the wife of the former king.
When Jetsun Pema married, she was only 21 years old. The king said that he had to wait long to marry her, because when they met, Jetsun was seven years old.
"I waited a long time to get married. But all this does not matter, when you take a wife the right person. And I am sure that it is married to the right person, "- says Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck.
Past rulers of Bhutan were in favor of polygamy, but Jigme put an end to this tradition. The ruler said publicly that Jetsun Pema will be his only wife. According to a long-standing tradition of the King and Queen must not give vent to feelings in public. But the pair ignores those traditions: almost all the photographs you can see them or hugging or kissing tenderly.
"She's beautiful, very smart man. We are united by love for one another and to the art "- he says of his wife, the king.
In February 2016 the couple had a first-born Jigme Namgyal Wangchuck. On the day of his birth, 108,000 trees have been planted in the country. As one of the volunteers to plant them, each seedling they treated like a little prince.
As for the Queen, she studied art in India and is considered an expert in the field of art. The College London Regent's College, she received a degree in "international relations". In addition to the native language Dzongkha, the queen is fluent in English and Hindi. She is also involved in protecting the environment and helping people with disabilities. Jetsun gladly engaged in social activities, visiting schools, kindergartens and communicating with children.