| King of the Quebecois|
Roi des Quebecois
Coat of Arms of the Kingdom of Quebec
since 1st February 1876
|Style:||His Majesty (name), by the grace of God and the will of the Nation, King of the Quebecois|
|Heir apparent:||Mary, Royal Princess|
|First monarch:||Charles I|
|Formation:||1st February 1876|
|Residence:||Spencerwood Palace(Currently Used)|
Citadelle Palace(Also available)
|Titles:||King of the Quebecois|
|Reigning house:||House of Bonaparte|
The person of the monarch is, under the constitution of 1876, inviolable. (Constitution based on the French one of 1871). Yet this does not mean he can't be charged with criminal offenses. Rather, as the interpretation of the deputies, it means that if a King commits a crime, it has the same effect of an abdication. The heir of the Kingdom is always the first male son of the monarch. If he only have female daughters, they can be heir of the throne. Should the King have no issue, it will be traced back one generation, with the same rules: preference of the first male issue.
Should the throne not be occupied, because of death of the monarch or any other problem that stop an King from ruling, yet the heir is uncapable, because of age or other reason, a regent shall be chosen by the senators. He will rule until a King, or Queen, assume the throne.
|Victoria||20 June 1837 - 1st February 1876||24 May 1819 -||Queen of the United Kingdom, ruled until Quebecois independence|
|Charles I||1st February 1876 -||5 February 1839 -||Relative of Napoleon IV, Emperor of the French which recomended him to Quebec|