Welcome one and all to our King trivia night!We have prepared some truly challenging questions about kings—from ancient to modern times—for you to test your knowledge. In this trivia night, we will traverse history, from the days of pharaohs and their monarchs, to the kings and queens of Europe, and the modern heads of state in various countries. We hope you are ready to test yourself on the reigns of powerful rulers throughout history! Come and join us for a night of royal fun!
1) What country has the longest reigning monarch?
2) Who was the first king of England?
3) What is the title given to the heir apparent to a hereditary monarchy?
4) What is the name of Queen Elizabeth II's eldest son?
5) What is the name of the British monarchy's official residence in London?
6) What was the name of the last British monarch from the House of Hanover?
7) What is the name of the British monarchy's genetic disease?
8) Who is the current King of Spain?
9) What is the official title of the current Queen of the Netherlands?
10) What is the name of the town in which the British Sovereign's main residence is located?
11) Where was the coronation of the first king of England held?
12) Who was the last King of France before it became a Republic?
13) Who is the current King of Sweden?
14) What is the name of the hereditary king of the Spanish region of Navarre?
15) What is the title given to the Queen's husband?
16) What was the given name of the last king of Romania?
17) Who was the last king of Saxony?
18) What is the name of the British Royal residence in Scotland?
19) Who is the current King of Belgium?
20) Name of the wife of the King of Spain is?
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