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What Countries Still Have Kings and Queens?

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The countries in the world that still have kings and queens, i.e. a monarchy form of rule, include the United Kingdom, which is ruled by Queen Elizabeth II, who also is sovereign over 15 Commonwealth realms. Other countries that are ruled by a monarchy are: Greenland, Norway, Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark, Belgium, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Bahrain, Oman, Bhutan, Swaziland, Lesotho, Thailand, Cambodia, Japan, Spain and Malaysia.
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