Prince Eun Jo of Huai Siao
|Prince Eun Jo|
|His Royal Highness, Prince of Huai Siao|
|Prime Minister of Huai Siao|
|Assumed office |
1 January 2019
|Deputy||Princess Jani (until April 2021)|
|Regent of Huai Siao|
1 January 2018 – 1 January 2019
Serving with Princess Jani
|Succeeded by||Prince Uthai|
|President of the Privy Council|
|Assumed office |
26 July 2020
|Born||6 January 2004|
Prince Eun Jo (Thai: มหาอำมาตย์เอก สมเด็จเจ้าพระยาองค์ชายฮึนโจ) is a Huai Siao royal, politician and lawyer. He is a cousin of Emperor Pao and is also a co-founder of the nation. He has been serving as the nation's Prime Minister since 1 January 2019 and was re-elected to office in January 2021. Prior to his becoming the Prime Minister, he served as the Regent between 1 January 2018 and 1 January 2019. He has hold several other top constitutional, political and bureaucratic positions both within and outside Huai Siao.
Prince Eun Jo was born on 6 January 2004 in Chiang Mai province of Thailand. He is the first child of his parents and is also a cousin of Emperor Pao. He is currently pursuing his school education in one of the northern provinces of Thailand.
Prince Eun Jo is one of the co-founders of Huai Siao alongside David, who reigned as the first King of Huai between 2017 and 2018. He rose to prominence with the ascension to the throne by Emperor Pao in 2018 and was soon appointed as Regent to the Emperor alongside Princess Jani in January 2018. He continued to serve as the regent until his appointed as the nation's first Prime Minister on 1 January 2019.
During his tenure as Prime Minister, he also took charge of several important ministries within the government including that of Foreign Affairs, Internal Affairs and Defense. He played an important role in installing democracy in the nation and has been widely admired for his work within the nation and abroad. During his premiership, Huai Siao developed both internally and externally. He was appointed as the President of the Privy Council in July 2020.
Prince Eun Jo was re-elected as the nation's Prime Minister on 5 January 2021 and has been serving in his capacity since then. He led the nation during the internal turmoil and dissidence from government ministers and other officials.
Prince Eun Jo was offered to serve as Vishwamitra's first Ambassador to Thailand which he gladly accepted. He was formally appointed as the nation's first Ambassador to the Kingdom of Thailand by Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy on 29 December 2020. He has also been conferred with the nation's highest honorific title of Mahadeshabandhu on 26 April 2021 for his services to diplomacy and friendship with Vishwamitra.
|Regent of Huai Siao||1 January 2018 – 1 January 2019|
|Prime Minister of Huai Siao||1 January 2019 – present|
|Minister of Defense||1 January 2020 – 5 January 2021|
|President of the Privy Council||26 July 2020 – present|
|Secretary of the Bureau of the Royal Household||26 July 2020 – present|
|Minister of Foreign Affairs||26 July 2020 – present|
|Minister of the Interior||26 July 2020 – present|
|Minister of Southeast Asia Affairs (Molco)||29 November 2020 – present|
|Ambassador to the Kingdom of Thailand (Vishwamitra)||22 December 2020 – present|
|Member of the His Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council (Queensland)||29 October 2021 – present|
Prince Eun Jo dressed in a traditional aristocratic outfit in 2020.
Prince Eun Jo fully dressed in 2021.
Prince Eun Jo fully dressed in 2021(1).
Prince Eun Jo fully dressed in 2021(2).
Titles, styles and honours
Prince Eun Jo
|Reference style||His Royal Highness|
|Spoken style||Your Royal Highness|
- Mahadeshabandhu (26 April 2021)
- Knight of the Most Auspicious Order of the Royal Family of Huai Siao (6 November 2020)
- Special Class of the Most Illustrious Order of Dignity of a Royal Family (12 August 2020)
- Knight of the Most Auspicious Order of the Emperor (19 December 2020)
- Special Class of the Most Exalted Order of the Dragon Pearl (9 December 2020)
- Special Class of the Most Noble Order of the Animal Mass (12 August 2020)
- Special Class of the Order of the Sansoen Yindi (23 May 2021)
- First Class of the Decoration of Honour for Personnels (12 August 2020)
- First Class of the Red Cross Commendation Medal (21 November 2020)
- Recipient of the Kanaporn Medal (17 May 2021)
- Recipient of the Commemorative Medal of the Ascension of Emperor Pao (23 November 2020)
- Recipient of the Commemorative Medal on the Occasion of the 8th Birthday Anniversary of Emperor Pao (24 November 2020)
- New South Canberra: Grand Collar of the Order of National Coat of Arms of the New South Canberra (5 November 2021)
- Knight Companion of the Most Noble Order of the Gardenia (24 November 2020)
- Knight Grand Cross of the Most Exalted Order of the Royal House Helmond-Bernhard (26 June 2021)
- Knight Grand Cross of the Most Noble Royal Family Order of the Crown of Queensland (12 September 2020)
- Knight Grand Cross of the Most Esteemed Royal Queenslandian Order (3 April 2021)
- Companions of the King George's Service Order (28 November 2021)
- Knight Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Order of Queen Elizabeth II (12 September 2020)
- Member of the Order of the Queenslandian Merit (6 January 2021)
- Knight Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Order of the Three Builders of Queensland (13 February 2021)
- Knight Grand Cross of the Most Excellent Royal Order of the Queen Elizabeth of Merit (19 December 2020)
- Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the Queenslandian Empire (12 September 2020)
- Recipient of the 7th National and Independence Day Medal (2 January 2022)
- Recipient of the Queen Benedikte X Inauguration Medal (8 April 2022)
- Recipient of the Koninginnedag Commemorative Medal (8 April 2022)
- State honours
- Carl Gustaf Province:
- Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Loyalty Defender of the State of Carl Gustaf City (14 July 2021)
- Grand Knight Companion of the Most Esteemed Carl Gustaf Supreme Order of Merit (12 February 2022)
- Grand Cordon of the Most Esteemed Supreme Order of the Hibiscus (15 April 2023)
- Recipient of the National Service Medal (15 April 2021)
- Recipient of the Civil Service Medal (15 April 2022)
- Recipient of the Commemorative Medal of the First Anniversary of the Vishwamitran Monarchy (8 June 2021)
- Recipient of the Commemorative Medal of the Crystal Jubilee of the Foundation of Vishwamitra (15 April 2022)
- Recipient of the Commemorative Medal of the 21st Birthday of Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy (11 January 2023)
- Former honours
- Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Order of the Lotus (11 January – 24 October 2022)
- Member Special Class of the Order of Diplomatic Service Merit (7 September 2021 – 24 October 2022)
- Grand Cross of the Most Illustrious Royal Order of the Crown of Vishwamitra (1 January 2021 – 24 October 2022)
- Grand Cross of the Most Excellent Order of the Vishwamitra (15 April – 24 October 2022)
- Member First Class of the Order of Diplomatic Service Merit (12 December 2020 – 24 October 2022)