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"Whosa dis?"
"I am Queen Amidala…"
Boss Nass and Queen Padmé Amidala[3]

A queen was the female ruler of a monarchy. The male equivalent was a king.


"I wasn't the youngest queen ever elected. But now that I think back on it, I'm not sure I was old enough. I'm not sure I was ready."
―Padmé Amidala[8]

On Naboo, the queen ruled the planet as an elected leader.[3] Yram,[9] Réillata,[10] Sanandrassa,[11] Padmé Amidala,[3] Jamillia,[8] Neeyutnee,[12] Apailana,[13] and Sosha Soruna[14] all served as Queen of Naboo.

Several other worlds, such as Alderaan,[6] Bardotta,[1] Hynestia,[15] Ktath'atn,[7] Livorno,[16] Rendel,[17] Sarka,[18] and Zygerria, also had some form of monarchy ruled by a queen.[4]

Queen Miraj Scintel ruled the Zygerrian Slave Empire.

During the Clone Wars, Zygerria and its slave empire were ruled by Queen Miraj Scintel,[4] until she was killed by Count Dooku,[19] and Queen Julia reigned over Bardotta.[1]

Breha Organa was the Queen of Alderaan, until the planet's destruction by the Galactic Empire's Death Star during the Galactic Civil War.[6]

Sith Lord Darth Vader stands against a Geonosian queen.

The Geonosians also had queens, including Karina the Great who served as the secret leader of the Stalgasin hive.[20]

Princess Trios of Shu-Torun became the new monarch of her homeworld shortly after her father was murdered by Darth Vader's assassin droids, BT-1 and 0-0-0.[2]

Some female individuals of the Yalbec species were recognized as queens. During an insurrection on Yalbec Prime, a clone commando squad known as Clone Force 99 met one of these queens, whose stinger was cut off by a soldier named Wrecker. The stinger of a Yalbec queen was considered by some people as a delicacy.[21]


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