34-year-old Sineenat Wongvajirapakdi was awarded the title of royal wife on July 28.
However, an official announcement was published that was released on Monday by the Thai royal household that king Maha Vajiralongkorn had withdrawn all her royal titles and military ranks for her "ambition" to be "equal to the queen".
According to the announcement, Sineenat had previously attempted to prevent Queen Suthida Vajiralongkorn Na Ayudhya from being and asked to be called instead.
"After her repeated violations and an attempt to intervene in royal affairs, His Majesty the King graciously awarded her the title of Royal Noble Lord in July, hoping that Sineenat Wongvajirapakdi would reduce her pressure and change her behavior and actions would "said.
Nevertheless, "Sineenat surpassed her authority" and acted without the consent of the king and against the royal tradition.
"Their actions are disloyal, ungrateful and ungrateful for His Majesty's goodness." notice, said. "They caused divisions among the royal servants and led to misunderstandings in public, sabotage of the country and the monarchy." Thailand's royal office published photos of King Maha Vajiralongkorn with royal consort Sineenat Wongvajirapakdi on August 26, 201
Under the command of the king, Sine has now removed the position of civil servant within the military, and has been recalled all the insignia. According to the state broadcaster Thai PBS, she spent some time in the military to take courses in jungle warfare and guide pilots.
Shortly after her coronation, Thai King married a few days before his coronation, the Thai royal household published rare pictures of Sineenat and the king. In some pictures, she is dressed in Thai dress and sits next to the king. In another case, the two keep their hands together.
Before Vajiralongkorn was crowned king in May, he had announced his marriage to General Suthida Vajiralongkorn Na Ayudhya, who had previously been his royal wife, and declared her queen. It was the fourth marriage for the king, who has two daughters and five sons, only one of whom is officially recognized as a prince.
Angie Puranasamriddhi contributed to the coverage.