Un roi consort (du latin consors : « qui partage le sort ») est le souverain d'un pays ayant épousé la reine régnante d'un État étranger, les deux époux étant chacun considéré comme chef d'État dans leurs royaumes respectifs.Dans de rares cas, une reine chef de l'État qui accorde la plénitude de ses pouvoirs à son mari (qui n'est pas nécessairement souverain dans un autre État), octroie également à ce dernier le titre de « roi consort ».

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  • Un roi consort (du latin consors : « qui partage le sort ») est le souverain d'un pays ayant épousé la reine régnante d'un État étranger, les deux époux étant chacun considéré comme chef d'État dans leurs royaumes respectifs.Dans de rares cas, une reine chef de l'État qui accorde la plénitude de ses pouvoirs à son mari (qui n'est pas nécessairement souverain dans un autre État), octroie également à ce dernier le titre de « roi consort ». Certains pays ayant une reine comme chef de l'État n'accordent cependant pas le titre de roi à l'époux de cette dernière. À l'heure actuelle, les époux des reines de Danemark, des Pays-Bas et du Royaume-Uni ne portent que le titre de prince. On parle alors de prince consort.Les pays suivants ont eu des rois consorts : Angleterre : Philippe Ier, époux de Marie Ire Castille Ferdinand V, époux d'Isabelle Ire Philippe Ier, époux de Jeanne Ire Écosse François II, premier époux de Marie Ire Henri Ier, deuxième époux de Marie Ire Espagne François Ier, époux d'Isabelle II Navarre Philippe Ier, époux de Jeanne Ire Philippe III, époux de Jeanne II Jean II, époux de Blanche Ire Jean III, époux de Catherine Ire Antoine Ier, époux de Jeanne III Portugal Pierre III, époux de Marie Ire Ferdinand II, époux de Marie II Royaume de Naples (Sicile péninsulaire) André Ier, premier époux de Jeanne Ire Louis de Tarente, deuxième époux de Jeanne Ire Jacques IV de Majorque, troisième époux de Jeanne Ire Othon IV de Brunswick-Grubenhagen, quatrième époux de Jeanne Ire Jacques II de Bourbon, second époux de Jeanne II Royaume de Sicile (Sicile insulaire) Martin Ier, époux de Marie IreLe Brésil aurait pu avoir un empereur consort, c'était prévu dans la constitution du 11 décembre 1823 (article 120).Portail de la monarchie Portail de la monarchie
  • Rei consorte é um título dado em algumas monarquias ao marido de uma rainha reinante. Hoje em dia, é apenas um título simbólico, sendo que a única função constitucional do titular, sendo semelhante ao de uma rainha consorte, ou seja, produzir um herdeiro ao trono. Espanha, Portugal, Inglaterra e Escócia, têm tido, ou tiveram, reis consorte; no entanto, uma vez que o posto de rei é normalmente superior, hierarquicamente, ao de rainha, na maior parte das monarquias, ao marido da rainha é dado o título de príncipe consorte, como no caso do príncipe Alberto, marido da rainha Vitória do Reino Unido. Na Dinamarca e nos Países Baixos, o marido da rainha é feito príncipe. Na Espanha, se uma mulher ascender ao trono espanhol, o seu cônjuge poderá receber dela (ou não, o artigo nº 58 da actual Constituição Espanhola dá liberdade) o título de Rei consorte, como foi o caso de Francisco de Asís de Borbón, esposo da Rainha Isabel II de Espanha.
  • Il titolo di re consorte, equivalente effettivamente a quello di principe consorte, è assegnato al coniuge di una sovrana detentrice del ruolo di capo di stato, ma è decisamente poco usato poiché soprattutto le dinastie europee evitano di sminuire la figura di una monarca di sesso femminile, dato che nella maggior parte delle Case Reali vige ancora la legge salica.Codesta dignità viene invece generalmente concessa alle mogli dei detentori di un trono occidentale (regina consorte).
  • ja:爵位#爵位等級King consort (also Emperor consort) is an alternative title to the more usual "prince consort" - which is a position given in some monarchies to the husband of a reigning queen. It is a symbolic title only, the sole constitutional function of the holder being similar to a prince consort, which is the male equivalent of a queen consort. There is a gender asymmetry in the titles because, under male primogeniture, the royal throne usually goes to a male heir, and passes to a female only when there is no male heir. The title of king usually refers to a reigning king, a sovereign monarch; while the title of queen usually refers to a queen consort, the non-reigning wife of a reigning king.Mary, Queen of Scots (reigned 1542–1567) married Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley, the eldest son of the Earl and Countess of Lennox in July 1565. Darnley was a great-grandson of King Henry VII of England and Mary's first cousin, and he was considered to have a strong claim to the Scottish throne. On the evening before their marriage, Mary proclaimed Darnley "King of Scots", a title that she could not legally grant him without the consent of Parliament, but which was never formally challenged. However, this title did not grant him any automatic right of rule or of succession to the throne if Mary should die. For that to happen, it was necessary that Mary grant him the Crown Matrimonial of Scotland, which never happened. Mary's marriage to Darnley rapidly became unhappy, and despite Darnley's constant demands for the Crown Matrimonial, Mary never gave it to him. If she had, Darnley would have inherited the throne of Scotland if Mary (and their children, if any) had predeceased him. Under that scenario, if Darnley had then remarried and had children with his new queen, he would have started a new dynastic line and those children also would have been the legitimate heirs to the Scottish throne. (However, Darnley and Mary did have one son, who outlived both parents and became James VI of Scotland and later James I of England and Ireland, the heir not only of his mother Mary but also of Elizabeth I, Queen of England.)Queen Victoria (reigned 1837–1901) wanted to make her husband Albert king consort, but the British government refused to introduce a bill allowing it, as Albert was a foreigner. She instead gave him the title of Prince Consort in 1857.In the United Kingdom, there is no automatic right of the consort of a queen to receive any title, as with any husband of a suo jure peeress. Queen Elizabeth II (acceded 1952) did not create her husband Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh a Prince of the United Kingdom until 1957, five years after her accession. He has never been formally designated Prince Consort or King Consort.In the event that a king consort were to outlive his wife, he would remain a king in the same way that a queen dowager remains a queen after being a consort. He would retain the style His Majesty and would remain a member of the royal house. This was also the case with Francis, Duke of Cádiz. He remained King even after his wife's reign was over. Also if a King consort produced an heir to the throne and his son or daughter is the new king or queen regnant, the king could also be given the title king father - like that of a queen mother, which is normally given to queens consort after they become dowager queens. This is similar to when King Norodom Sihanouk of Cambodia abdicated and was later given the title HM King-Father Norodom Sihanouk.
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  • Un roi consort (du latin consors : « qui partage le sort ») est le souverain d'un pays ayant épousé la reine régnante d'un État étranger, les deux époux étant chacun considéré comme chef d'État dans leurs royaumes respectifs.Dans de rares cas, une reine chef de l'État qui accorde la plénitude de ses pouvoirs à son mari (qui n'est pas nécessairement souverain dans un autre État), octroie également à ce dernier le titre de « roi consort ».
  • Il titolo di re consorte, equivalente effettivamente a quello di principe consorte, è assegnato al coniuge di una sovrana detentrice del ruolo di capo di stato, ma è decisamente poco usato poiché soprattutto le dinastie europee evitano di sminuire la figura di una monarca di sesso femminile, dato che nella maggior parte delle Case Reali vige ancora la legge salica.Codesta dignità viene invece generalmente concessa alle mogli dei detentori di un trono occidentale (regina consorte).
  • Rei consorte é um título dado em algumas monarquias ao marido de uma rainha reinante. Hoje em dia, é apenas um título simbólico, sendo que a única função constitucional do titular, sendo semelhante ao de uma rainha consorte, ou seja, produzir um herdeiro ao trono.
  • ja:爵位#爵位等級King consort (also Emperor consort) is an alternative title to the more usual "prince consort" - which is a position given in some monarchies to the husband of a reigning queen. It is a symbolic title only, the sole constitutional function of the holder being similar to a prince consort, which is the male equivalent of a queen consort.
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