Mother queen

the mother of a reigning sovereign; a queen mother.

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Harry was opening the centre yesterday with Sentebale co-founder Prince Seeiso of Lesotho, whose mother Queen Mamohato died in 2003.
Lesotho's Prince Seeiso cofounded Sentebale with Harry in 2006, and the new facility is named after his mother Queen Mamohato but also recognises Diana.
Sheikha Hessa took part in the Forum upon an invitation from Mother Queen Semane Molotlegi.
In a swarm, usually the mother queen leaves with the first swarm.
In 2012, Charles's mother Queen Elizabeth met Martin McGuinness, a former IRA commander and a senior member of Sinn Fein, a meeting seen as a landmark step in rapprochement in Northern Ireland.
And joyous courtiers, free at last from years of stern discipline from Edward's mother Queen Victoria, lit their cigars.
Her father the Duke of York - who later became King George VI - couldn't contain his excitement and later wrote to his mother Queen Mary: "We always wanted a child to make our happiness complete.
London : Prince Charles was set to attend the state opening of Britain's parliament alongside his mother Queen Elizabeth II on Wednesday, in a sign of his increasing role as his the 87-year-old monarch scales back some duties.
Prince Willem-Alexander became the Netherlands' first king in more than a century after his mother Queen Beatrix abdicated following 33 years on the throne.
HRH Princess Lalla Salma took part, on Tuesday in Amsterdam, in the coronation ceremony of the new Dutch King, HM Willem-Alexander as his mother Queen Beatrix abdicated the throne after 33 years.
He will replace his mother Queen Beatrix who announced earlier this year she would abdicate after reigning for 33 years.
It seems only right to name the centre after his majesty and princess' mother Queen Mamohato Bereng Seeiso," Harry said.