bangkok - The man who should be king of Thailand, appointed ever poodle Foo Foo to Air Marshal. He pulled the animal a uniform and took him to official events. When Foo Foo died, Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn declared a mourning period of four days, including rituals by Buddhist monks.
Not everyone in Thailand is equally pleased with the idea that Prince Maha (64) are deceased Thursday, hugely popular father King Bhumibol soon follow. The prince has his coronation suspended just because he wants to mourn first. It is not so long ago that vote went up in Thailand to put his younger sister Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn on the throne. However, the law prohibits a woman sits there.
The crown prince enjoyed an excellent education. He was educated at elite English schools in Australia and went to the Royal Military College. He received training in the British and American military and is an accomplished pilot. But after his training, he chose a unique path. In a tight, white military uniform prince Mahar looks beautiful. Underneath a body full of tattoos comes up. That are easy to see, because he'd run at least dressed.
The king-to-be led the life of a playboy, most of the time in Germany. German tabloids ran away with him. There was often all reason. So he performed three times in the marriage and divorced as many times. He married his cousin among others. But meanwhile he fathered with a mistress five children, whom he married later. When he last week in Munich in a plane stepped because of the rapidly deteriorating health of his father, he was in the company of an attractive stewardess Thai Airways. It is his fourth wife, so Prince Maha announced.
Regardless of all private worries the problems in his homeland are also the status of crown prince getting in the way. Where had nuance took effect on tensions in the country, where many see a decisive role for the deceased son at the age of 88 Bhumibol. Thailand is been in the grip of a power struggle between the military, the recurring protesters against the government and the increasingly bloody insurgency by Muslim separatists in the southern provinces.