Princess Elizabeth Bagaya, Uganda's first female lawyer and Cabinet member. She was fired as Cabinet member for refusing to marry Idi Amin. She is from the royal family of the Batoro tribe. Toro was one of the four kingdome which was abolished in 1967 by former President Milton Obote. She became Uganda's ambassador to the United States in 1986. (Info: Jet Magazine, June 1986)
Her Royal Highness the Nnabagereka (Queen) Sylvia Nagginda Luswata is the wife of the King of Buganda, King Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II. She is a traditional and cultural leader of the people of Buganda, the largest Kingdom in Uganda occupying almost a quarter of the country with a population exceeding 7 million people, which is equivalent to 25% of the total population.
Princess Esther Kamatari, 60 is a writer, model, and exiled Burundian princess. Esther Kamatari grew up in Burundi as a member of the royal family. Following independence in 1962, the king was overthrown in a military coup d’etat, and the monarchy abolished in 1966. Kamatari fled the country in 1970 after her father’s assassination and settled in Paris, where she became a model. She is married to a french doctor and they have 2 children together, she has 1 child from a previous relationship.
Princess (Omubiitokati) Ruth Nsemere Komuntale of Toro. She was born in 1989. She was educated at Aga Khan Primary School in Kampala and at the International School in Tripoli, Libya. She was installed as the Batebi to her brother, Oyo Nyimba Iguru Rukidi IV, on 12 September 1996.
Her Majesty Queen 'Masenate Mohato Seeiso of Lesotho. Born Anna Karabo Mots'oeneng in Mapoteng in the Berea District, she earned her Bachelor of Science at the National University of Lesotho. She married King Letsie III in 2000, the first time in modern Lesotho history a royal married a commoner. They have three children.