Princess Sirivannavari took a boat trip on the Chao Phraya River to enforce happiness and prosperity for themselves by putting out fish. She was assisted by a handful of palace workers and her own film and photo crew. Everyone on board was wearing a mouth mask, which members of the royal family have not or hardly done in recent weeks. Not even with a “bath in the crowd.”
In addition, Sirivannavari treated himself to a night at the theater on Friday evening. In the main hall of the Cultural Center of Thailand, she was offered a birthday concert by the Royal Symphony Orchestra of Bangkok. As a concession to the corona pandemic and the measures in force, the hall was only partially filled and other visitors were also at a considerable distance from the princess.
Sirivannavari is the king’s second daughter and was born from his relationship with the former actress Sujarinee Vivacharawongse. At the time of her birth Vajiralongkorn still married to his first wife and the final marriage with Sirivannavari’s mother lasted only two years. Her four brothers were banned from Thailand with their mother, but Sirivannavari was the only one allowed to stay with her father. She also has an older half-sister – born from the first marriage – and a younger half-brother, born from the third marriage. King Vajiralongkorn has now been married for the fourth time and also has an official concubine.
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Thai princess extensively celebrates birthday despite partial lockdown | Royals
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