Prince Dayton of Pacífica
|Prince of Pacífica|
September 1, 2004|
Branver Palace, Dayton, Pacífica
|Royal house||House of Habsburg-Branver|
|Father||James I of Pacífica|
|Mother||Angelica, Queen Consort|
Prince Dayton of Pacífica (Dayton Albert Saxon;born September 1st, 2004) is the heir apparent to Pacífican Throne and the eldest child and son of James I of Pacífica. He is also the older brother to Prince George of Pacífica and Princess Elisabeth of Pacífica. Although heir to the throne, Dayton has not yet assumed the title of Crown Prince.
Dayton was born at the Branver Palace in Dayton, Pacífica on September 1st, 2004 as the eldest child and first son of James I and Angelica, Queen Consort. He began his educational career at King Ferdinand Elementary and Intermediate School and currently attends Archangel Gabriel's Academy, a Catholic private high school in Dayton. Since his birth in 2004, Dayton has been in the center of the media's spotlight, giving him the nickname of the "celebrity prince". Dayton and his father are considered by outsiders to be the reason for the monarchy's popularity.
Life[edit | edit source]
Dayton Albert Saxon Habsburg-Branver was born on September 1st, 2004 to James I of Pacífica and Angelica, Queen Consort at Branver Palace. Dayton would be the only child of James I to be born in the palace, as his siblings would be born at St. Gabriel's Hospital. As the first child of the royal couple, Dayton was immediately proclaimed the future King of Pacífica and designated as the Heir Apparent. Because the title of Crown Prince was granted once an heir reaches the age of 18, Dayton is referred to as a Prince of Pacífica. Shortly after his birth and the final medical checks were finished, the royal family announced Queen Consort Angelica's successful birth and Dayton's name to the Pacífican people.
Dayton's first public appearance three days later on September 4th, when the King and Queen Consort revealed him to the crowds gathered outside of Branver Palace. According to royal tradition, a week of celebrations followed Dayton's birth. Like his father, Dayton (and the rest of his siblings) was raised by his mother rather than a royal nurse or governor.
Education[edit | edit source]
On August 15th, 2009, Dayton began attending Dayton Elementary and Intermediate School, becoming the first royal in Pacífican history to attend a school rather than being educated at Branver Palace. Dayton graduated from Dayton Elementary and Intermediate School on May 23rd, 2019. Dayton began his freshman year of high school on August 6th, 2019 at Archangel Gabriel's Academy, which is a private catholic school.
Official Appearences[edit | edit source]
On October 3rd, 2008, Dayton accompanied his mother to Salt Lake City, West Salt Lake to attend the grand opening of King James's Hosptial. In 2018, Dayton began accompanying his father on his annual tours of the nation. During one of these tours, Dayton gave his first interview to the Los Angeles Times, discussing some parts of his life. On July 17th, 2019, Dayton went on his first trip alone to the Grand Duchy of the Hawaiian Islands. While in Honolulu, the capital of the Hawaiian Islands, Dayton held his first public speech.
Personal Life[edit | edit source]
Sports[edit | edit source]
After beginning his freshman year at Archangel Gabriel's Academy, Dayton joined the school's water polo team, eventually becoming the team's captain and leading them to the Pacífican Youth Water Polo Championships in December of 2019, being narrowly defeated by Father Sierra High School, winning second place. While on the team, Dayton was given the nickname "Young King".
Style and Honors[edit | edit source]
Style[edit | edit source]
- September 1st, 2004 to Present: His Highness, Prince Dayton of Pacífica
On October 5th, 2019, the royal family confirmed that Dayton would receive the title of Crown Prince on his 18th birthday.
Honors[edit | edit source]
National[edit | edit source]
- 2018 Pacífican Teen Choice Award
- 2019 Pacífican Teen Choice Award
- 2019 Pacífican Youth Water Polo Championship 2nd Place Award
- 2019 Archangel Gabriel's Athlete of the Year
Foreign[edit | edit source]
- File:HawaiiFlag.pngFriend of Hawaii