|House of Zogu|
1 September 1928 (as a royal house)
|Founder||King Zog I|
|Current head||Crown Prince Leka II|
|Final ruler||Zog of Albania|
|Estate(s)||Burgajet Castle, Mati|
The House of Zogu, or Zogolli during Ottoman times and until 1922, is an Albanian dynasty whose roots date back to the early 14th century. The family provided the first president and the short-lived modern Albanian Kingdom with its only monarch, Zog I of Albania (1928–1939).
The most famous member of the dynasty is Zog I, who in 1928 was proclaimed King of the Albanians and ruled until he was deposed by Victor Emmanuel III of Italy following the Italian invasion of 1939. Victor Emmanuel subsequently assumed the Albanian throne.
With the death in exile of King Zog in 1961 he was succeeded as claimant to the throne and head of the House of Zogu by his only son Leka, Crown Prince of Albania (born 1939), who was proclaimed King of the Albanians by the Albanian National Assembly in exile. King Leka remained head of the house and claimant to the throne until his death in 2011 when he was succeeded by his only son, Leka II.
Crown Prince Leka II, the only living descendant of King Zog I and the head of the royal house as of 2020[update], has no sons. The current heir presumptive to Prince Leka is Skënder Zogu, his first-cousin once removed. After him the following currently living male members of the Zogu family could also become heirs: