The 21st century’s royal romance of Prince William and Kate Middleton on April 29, 2010 that attracted nearly two billion people around the world helped the Prince top the list of Ten Hot Young Royals worldwide.
Prince William, U.K.
Prince William, 29, is Queen Elizabeth’s grandson and second in line to the throne. In recent years, he has been listed as the world’s hottest young royal. Last week, William walked down the aisle with his long-time girl friend, Kate Middleton, at Westminster Abbey, which appealed around two billion people in different countries. The handsome prince is now a Royal Air Force Search and Rescue Force helicopter pilot.
The wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton is regarded as the 21st century’s royal romance
Prince Harry, U.K.
Prince Harry, 26, is third in line to British throne behind his older brother, Prince William. Last year, Harry made headline when he tried to get back into the charity polo tournament in New York after falling from his horse. On April 29, 2011, the prince proudly became best man in the wedding of William and Kate.
Prince Harry likes doing charity work
Princess Victoria, Sweden
Princess Victoria, 33, is first in line to her father, Sweden’s King Carl XVI. In June 2010, she tied the knot with former gym owner and personal trainer, Daniel Westling, in an extravagant wedding ceremony in front of around 1,200 guests from across the globe. A Barbie doll of Princess Victoria was made by toymaker Mattel for his “strong modern woman” that included Oprah Winfrey and “Harry Potter” author JK Rowling.
Princess Victoria and her husband, Daniel Westling
Charlene Wittstock, Monaco
Charlene Wittstock, 32, got engaged to Monaco's former playboy Prince Albert in June, 2010 and received an over $100,000 pear-shaped diamond designed by Parisian jewelry house Maison Repossi. Though the wedding date hasn’t been set yet, she may reportedly become the first lady for several years.
Charlene Wittstock will become the principality's first Crown Princess since the death of Albert's legendary mother, Princess Grace, in 1982
Queen Rania, Jordan
Queen Rania, wife of Jordan's King Abdullah, often uses her royal position to support human rights, women's issues and global literacy. The 40-year queen published her children book, “The Sandwich Shop”, which was on the New York Times bestseller list for two consecutive weeks.
Her sense of style has been compared to Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Princess Diana
Princess Beatrice, U.K.
Princess Beatrice, 22, is the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth and fifth in line to the throne. She sometimes makes appearances at several events with her royal family and gets a degree in history at Goldsmiths, University of London. The single princess wishes to use her position to assist others through charity work.
In 2009, Princess Beatrice became the first member of the Royal Family to act a role in a non-documentary film called “The Young Victoria”
Zara Phillips, U.K.
Zara Phillips, 30, is granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth and daughter of Princess Anne. She is an professional equestrian and plans to represent her country competing at the 2012 London Olympics. Besides, Zara creates her own equestrian clothing label with clothing company Musto.
Zara and her boyfriend Mike Tidall will become wife and husband late this year
Princess Haya, Dubai
Princess Haya, 37, is half-sister of Jordan's King Abdullah and second wife of Dubai's ruler, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum. She presented Jordan to oarticipate in the 2000 Summer Olympics, Sydney, Australia in showing jumping. Besides, Princess Haya does a rage of humanitarian activities to help poor people in her native country.
She was an ambassador for the World Food Programme 2005-2007
Andrea Casiraghi, Monaco
Andrea Casiraghi, 27, is the nephew of Monaco's Prince Albert and first in line to inherit throne. He was ranked 10th position in the Forbes’s "20 Hottest Young Royals" list in 2008 and named in People’s “Top 50 World's Most Beautiful People” list in 2009.
Andrea Casiraghi is always the center of media attention from his private life to business
Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi
Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, 40, is member of tiny emirate Abu Dhabi's royal family and half brother of the current president of United Arab Emirates, Emir of Abu Dhabi, Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. In 2008, he bought British soccer team Manchester City for $300 million.
In 2007, he was appointed as the Chairman of the Emirates Investment Authority, the sovereign wealth fund of UAE