First Lady of the Czech Republic

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First Lady of the
Czech Republic
Ivana zemanova.jpg
Ivana Zemanova

since March 8, 2013
Residence Prague Castle
Inaugural holder Olga Havlová
Formation February 2, 1993 (1993-02-02)
Website First Lady

The First Lady of the Czech Republic is the hostess of the Prague Castle, advisor to the President, and often plays a role in social activism. The position is traditionally held by the wife of the President of the Czech Republic, concurrent with his term of office. She has no official role in the presidency and her role is strictly ceremonial.

The current First Lady of the Czech Republic is Ivana Zemanová. She has been First Lady since 8 March 2013 as wife of President Miloš Zeman.[1]

List of First Ladies of the Czech Republic

First Lady President In Office
Olga Havlová Václav Havel 1993 – 1996
Dagmar Havlová 1997 – 2003
Livia Klausová Václav Klaus 2003 – 2013
Ivana Zemanová Miloš Zeman 2013–present


  1. ^ "Ivana Zemanová zahájila dostih v Mostě, s rolí první dámy už se prý poprala" (in Czech). 11 May 2013. Retrieved 29 May 2015.
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