Bhumibol Adulyadej King Of Thailand has reigned for 64 years, the longest reigning monarch in Thailand’s history and the longest serving current head of state in the whole world. Rama was the younger son of HRH Prince Mahidol Aduljadej and HRH Princess Srinagarindra. Rama was registered by his father in the Public Health program at Harvard University. Rama briefly attended Mater Dei school in Bangkok but his mom took the family to Switzerland in 1933. Rama continued his schooling at the Ecole Nouvelle de la Suisse Romande in Lausanne. Rama received the baccalaurat des lettres (high-school diploma with important in French literature, Latin, and Greek) from the Gymnase Classique Cantonal of Lausanne. In 1945, he begun studying science at the University of Lausanne, when the family returned to Thailand after the World War II ended.
Bhumibol Adulyadej King Of Thailand Net Worth $30 Billion
Bhumidol Adulyadej is credited using a social-economic theory of self-sufficiency. In 2010, Forbes has estimated his personal fortune to be $30 billion. This included the property handled by the Crown Property Bureau which is considered a national property. Since that time, he’s been consistently listed as number one of “The World’s Richest Royals” from the magazine. Then also owns positions in the publicly listed Siam Cement and Siam Commercial Bank. Recently, he raised his investment in Deves Insurance so that you can take it private. While the crown remains technically separate from state, he uses great sway. The king is thought to possess given his implied approval throughout the 2006 coup that overthrew former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra.