You’re not a real King unless you’re in a Shakespeare play.
/kiNG/ rhymes with bring the King his spring slippers.
A soft King is hard to find.
Louis XIV (the Sun King) reigned for 72 years and 110 days, and behaved like one might want of a King (but born too late for Shakespeare). Louis might have been called the Woke King, for that’s a long time to go without sleeping. Or the Ballet King, for he loved to dance, and insisted his court keep its knees up.