In Lesotho, our King is highly revered and respected by the people. The King is seen as a unifying figure who embodies the history, traditions, and values of the nation. The monarchy serves as a source of pride and identity for the Basotho, fostering a sense of national unity and cohesion.


The Royal Family

Our royal family are symbols of national unity, directly descended from King Moshoeshoe I, the royal family has been a beacon of light and love for our people. The current members of the royal family engage in philanthropic and civil duties to better the lives of Basotho.

King Letsie III

King Letsie III, born Mohato Bereng Seeiso on 17th July 1963, is more than just our head of government. More than our head of government, he stands as a cherished symbol of national unity and tradition in Lesotho. As the son of King Moshoeshoe II and Queen Mamohato Bereng Seeiso, King Letsie III has graced the throne for an impressive 32 years.

In Lesotho, royal marriages traditionally take place among royals. However, in a testament to breaking traditions for love, King Letsie III followed his heart in marriage to Queen Masenate Mohato Seeiso (nee’ Karabo Motsoeneng). The royal couple has three wonderful children: 

HRH Princess Senate Seeiso, 

HRH Princess Maseeiso Seeiso, 

HRH Prince Lerotholi Seeiso (The Heir apparent).




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