Charles in 2021.
|King of Miscatie|
|Consuls||Gaspard Chaput |
|Born||14 March 1972|
Château Montaire, Champs-Baie, Miscatie
|Unit||1st Regiment Tirailleurs|
Charles IV (born Charles Phillipe Roumarin, March 14, 1972) is the ## and current King of Miscatie. He is the eldest child of Charles III; his two sisters are the Princess Royal Marie and Camille, Princess Austionne. He was coronated on 11 July 2016 following the death of his father.
Charles was born at the royal residence of Chateau Montaire in Champs-Baie four years into his father's reign as King of Miscatie. From his birth he was titled as Prince de Amstion as is tradition for crown princes. He was tutored privately in royal residences for most of his life. Prior to attending university, he served five years as an officer in the Miscatiean Royal Army's 1st Regiment Tirailleurs, commanding reconnaissance platoons and holding staff positions as well as deploying at least once to Preisland in support of peacekeeping operations. He was promoted to the rank of commandant shortly before he was discharged. He expressed interest in continuing his military service but was prevented from doing so by his father. Charles received a baccalaureate degree in civil engineering from the Université du Destuin, and a master's degree in civil architecture from the Ecole royale polytechnique de Mattiers. In 1998, he married Jeanne Ortant, who he has had three children with- Jeanne II, Louis I, and [[Sophia II]. In 2004, Charles was appointed to the Royal Commission of Civil Architecture, of which he was made chairman in 2013.
Upon his father's death in 2016, Charles was coronated as Charles IV. He has enjoyed generally positive public opinion during his reign. A keen advocate for military and veteran affairs, Charles regularly visits deployed forces whenever possible.
Early life and education
Charles Phillippe Roumarin was born on March 14th, 1972 at the royal residence at Chateau Montaire in Champs-Baie as the firstborn child of Charles III, King of Miscatie, and his wife Queen Consort Sophia I.