As far as I can tell only our segment of the population espouses the notion of being "Kings & Queens" when it comes to behavior and attracting a mate.
Unfortunately too often some people misinterpret this to mean behave as though they are snobs and the rest of the world needs to prove they are worth their time.
Experience has taught me the more someone wears "the crown" outwardly the more insecure they tend to be on the inside.
Odds are they've been hurt many times during their childhood and in past relationships. Slipping into a "regal mentality" is their way of building their self confidence. We all have to find our own way.
I've even read online dating profiles from women who proclaim:
I'm a "Queen" looking for a "King" who knows how to treat a "Queen"
If I'm being honest with you whenever I saw something like that it was a "red flag" in my mind! It screamed "Drama Queen"! Next! :)
Having had the pleasure of dating women from various ethnicities, educational and success levels I've come to realize that people who are confident and comfortable in their skin don't describe themselves in monarch terms. I long for the day when we don't have to tell people to do the simple commonsense things like striving to be their best and making wise decisions for themselves. Ideally we should have learned to do so during our "formative years".
All in all it's a good message but the whole Queen and King thing rings false to me. Know yourself, Love yourself, Trust yourself.