Royal Family of Hawaii
Welcome to the Official Website of the Royal House of Hawaiʻi,
the Eligible Members to the Throne and Head of the Royal House
The National Museum of Brazil
A devastating fire destroyed the valuable Hawaiian feather cloak or ʻahuʻula which was housed in the museum and was a gift from King Kamehameha II to the country's emperor Dom Pedro in 1824
Head of the Royal House claims
and the preservation of the royal family.
The prevention of prescription and continuity of fons honorum to protect sovereignty since the illegal overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom in 1893 after the passing of Queen Lili'uokalani in 1917. Read more
"There shall be perpetual peace and amity between the United States and the King of the Hawaiian Island, His heirs and His successors"
United Nations Acknowledges the illegal occupation of the Hawaiian Kingdom and fraudulent annexation by the U.S.A.
the people and the land are one"
- Princess Owana
January 2, 1836
High Chiefess Emma Naʻea Rooke was eligible to the throne and was betrothed to marry Prince Alexander Liholiho, a grandson of King Kamehameha the Great who became the 4th king of all Hawaiʻi - as Kamehameha IV.
High Chief William C. Lunalilo
Born January 31, 1835
A grandson of Kalaimamahu who was a brother of King Kamehameha the Great, Lunalilo was eligible to the throne and was groomed to rule. He became the 6th king and the 1st by legislative election which was enabled by the constitution of the
Keoua, Father of Kings, written in 1920 by the head of the royal house of Hawaiʻi, High Chiefess Princess Elizabeth Kekaʻaniau Laʻanui.
A gift to the head of the royal house of Portugal
September 2018 The royal family of Hawaii and delegation visit the royal family of Portugal to celebrate honors
The Soldiers’, Sailors’, Marines’, Coast Guard & Airmen’s Club (SSMAC)
celebrated its 99th Anniversary at the 22nd Annual Military Ball at the Pierre Hotel in New York City on Friday October 12th.
H.R.H Princess Owana and H.R.H. Prince Noa arrives on the red carpet proir to the Kamehameha Foundation Fundraising gala at the Kahala, 2018
Queen Liliʻuokalani passed away on November 11, 1917
100 church bells rang across the island in memory of the 100th anniversary of the passing of the last ruling sovereign of Hawaiʻi
Image of Our Lady of Fatima
A gift from H.R.H. Dom Duarte, Head of the Royal House of Portugal for Saint Augustine by the Sea church in Waikiki