Lesotho royal family is the current reigning family for the kingdom of Lesotho formerly called Basutoland. They are members of the Moshoeshoe dynasty names after the first king who consolidated clans into what today is called Lesotho (Land of BaSotho). The Moshoeshoe dynasty is huge with several members and descendants......
The Lesotho royal family is the reigning royal family of the Kingdom of Lesotho. They are descendants of the King Moshoeshoe I, who consolidated various clans into the modern Basotho nation. The royal family have a few western style head pieces and Basotho style headpieces worn by members of the royal family at either weddings,... Continue Reading →
Did you know that African Kings and Queens, patamount chiefs, sultans etc were invited to the British coronation? It is commonly known that European royals were mostly the attendees of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth ii of UK in 1953. Despite low coverage of our african royals (probably the English media didn't know who they... Continue Reading →
Prince Mathealira Seeiso of Lesotho, Principal Chief (Morena) of Mokhotlong was buried on 8th January 2022. He was an uncle to HM King Letsie III of Lesotho and served also as a senator to the Lesotho royal senate parliament. He was buried in Mokhotlong where he reigned as Principal chief The military honorary royal funeral... Continue Reading →
Queen Mamohato Bereng Seeiso later Queen mother of Lesotho was the only african royal at the wedding of HRH Prince Charles of Wales and lady Diana Spencer later Princess of Wales, United Kingdom. (Front row) She represented her husband HM King Moshoeshoe ii of Lesotho andd her country at the event sitting next to the... Continue Reading →
Lesotho, officially the Kingdom of Lesotho is a tiny nation encircled in South Africa known for its mountains and rich basotho blankets and horses. It is nicknamed the mountain kingdom of Africa, the Switzerland of Africa sldue to its cold temperatures during winter. It is a constitutional monarchy ruled by an only male succession rule... Continue Reading →