The Finnish Royal Family (Finnish: kuningasperhe) since 1918 has consisted of a number of persons in the Finnish Royal House of Hesse, closely related to the King of Finland. Today those who are recognized by the government are entitled to royal titles and style (manner of address), and perform official engagements and ceremonial duties of state. The extended family of the King consists of other close relatives who are not royal and thus do not represent the country officially.
Members of the Royal Family (with names of the members of the Royal House in bold letters) are:
- TM King Väinö III and Queen Laetitia