Princesses are all gorgeous, with shiny hair, lovely forms, perfectly clean faces, and warm smiles. We’re not kidding! Take a look at these ten royals, and you won’t make fun of the Disney princess stereotype anymore. In fact, you may even criticize the movie industry for not making their princesses pretty enough!
I mean, every child at one stage dreams of being a prince or a princess.” – Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark
Princess Ashi Sonam Dechan Wangchuck Of Bhutan
She is the daughter of the 4th King of Bhutan, Jigme Singye Wangchuck. Ashi is also the sister of the 5th King of Bhutan, Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck.
But this beauty is more than just a princess. She has a degree in international relations from Stanford University and masters in law from Harvard Law School. Ashi clerked for the Royal High Court of Bhutan. Currently, she is the President of the Bhutan National Legal Institute at the Judiciary of the Kingdom of Bhutan.
Princess Martha Louise Of Norway
Martha Louise is the only daughter of King Harald V and Queen Sonja. She is fourth in line to the throne after her brother Haakon, Crown Prince of Norway, and his two children.
She is a certified psychotherapist, though has never practiced, and is heavily involved in her entertainment company which airs performances of folktales and Norwegian choirs on TV. And this princess is also an author, having written the children’s book, Why Kings and Queens Don’t Wear Crowns.
Princess Madeleine Duchess Of Sweden
A radiant beauty from the country of Sweden, Princess Madeleine of Sweden was third in line to the throne. That was until her elder sister had a daughter, Princess Estelle. The second daughter and youngest child of King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia, Madeleine is quite a linguist. She speaks English, German, and, of course, Swedish. Madeleine also studied Bachelor of Arts at the University of Stockholm.
Lady Gabriella Marina Alexandra Ophelia Windsor
Now, that’s a long name! Luckily, Lady Gabriella Windsor is better known as Ella Windsor. She is the only daughter of Prince Michael of Kent and his wife, née Baroness Marie-Christine von Reibnitz.
Ella’s paternal great-grandparents were King George V and Queen Mary. Therefore, she is a member of the British Royal Family. However, she only entered the line of succession after a 1701 law was reversed in 2013, which had prevented those (such as her dad) who married Roman Catholics from claiming rights to the throne.
Princess Alexandra Of Luxembourg
Princess Alexandra of Luxembourg is the fourth child and only daughter of Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa.
A law of primogeniture had kept her from being in line to the throne until 2011, but she is now fourth in line to succeed. An active participant in Royal events as well as National celebrations, Alexandra also is involved in her own work such as taking part in sports days at schools for children with disabilities.
Princess Ameera bint Aidan bin Nayef Al-Taweel
Ameera is the wife of Prince Alwaleed bin Talal and thus a Saudi Arabian princess. She is also a well-known philanthropist and Vice Chairperson of Al-Waleed bin Talal Foundation.
Through this group, Ameera is involved in a number of charities which seek to help empower women and offer them education, medical health, and humanitarian aid. On a global level, this princess is also involved in reducing poverty, general relief, interfaith dialogue and advocating women’s rights, especially in male-dominated cultures.
Charlotte Marie Pomeline Casiraghi is often referred to as Princess Charlotte of Monaco. She is the daughter of Stefano Casiraghi and Princess Caroline. She is also the granddaughter of the famous Grace Kelly.
Considered one of the most beautiful royals ever, Charlotte is the official equestrian ambassador of the Gucci label. The creative director of Gucci herself, Frida Giannini, designs this princess’ clothes! Although she is not officially a Princess of Monaco, Charlotte is nonetheless eighth in line to the throne.
This Spanish beauty was a professional journalist and news anchor. She then married the Heir Apparent of the Spanish Throne, Felipe, and gave up her career. Her husband is King Felipe VI of Spain, who ascended the throne when his father abdicated last year. Letizia, who had held the titles of
Letizia has held the titles of Princess of Asturias, Princess of Gerona, Princess of Viana, Duchess of Montblanc, Countess of Cervera, and Lady of Balaguer. She is currently the Queen of Spain.
This princess studied art history at the Scotland’s University of St Andrews. She met Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, while there. Today, she is William’s wife and thus Duchess of Cambridge. Now a mother of two, Kate’s effect on fashion around the world has been coined the “Kate Middleton effect.” In 2012 and 2013, Time magazine named her one of the “100 Most Influential People in the World.” Once a commoner and now a royal, Kate will perhaps be Queen if her husband, second in line, ascends the throne.
Queen Rania Of Jordan
Queen Rania first met King Abdullah II when he was just a Prince of Jordan. Soon after, the two got married. Rania would end up spending much of her time involved in philanthropic, charitable and cultural activities in Jordan and elsewhere. She has built up an admired reputation for her good deeds.
She has created respected reputation for her good deeds. Rania is currently the youngest queen in the world. She is also considered one of the most beautiful royals with her striking and elegant looks.