Queen Elizabeth II receives the Governor-General of the Solomon Islands Sir Frank Utu Ofagioro Kabui at Buckingham Palace, London.

The Solomon Islands have a constitutional monarchy with The Queen as Sovereign.

As a constitutional monarch, The Queen, by convention, is not involved in the day-to-day business of The Solomon Islands’ Government, but she continues to play important ceremonial and symbolic roles.

The Queen’s relationship to The Solomon Islands is unique. In all her duties, she speaks and acts as Queen of The Solomon Islands, and not as Queen of the United Kingdom.

The Queen’s Royal style and title in The Soloman Islands is Elizabeth the Second, by the Grace of God, Queen of Solomon Islands and Her other Realms and Territories, Head of the Commonwealth.

Find out more about the monarchy in the Solomon Islands in this section:

History and present government

The Queen’s role in the Solomon Islands

Royal visits


This photo is obtained from the official Website of The British Monarchy