The Most Beautiful Royals On Earth

The British royal family has experienced an explosion in popularity in recent years. It seems the seeds of royal mania were sowed the moment Kate Middleton and Prince William laid eyes on one another while students at the University of St. Andrews back in 2001. The British public followed the budding romance closely, but it wasn't until William popped the question that the rest of the world started to really take notice. Royal fever swept the globe a second time when William's younger brother, Prince Harry, married American actor Meghan Markle in an equally stylish ceremony at Windsor Castle in 2018.

Much like her sons, the late Princess Diana's looks were often a topic of discussion for tabloids and admirers alike. Her effortless beauty led many to attempt to replicate her look, but it turns out that Diana was simply genetically gifted. "She had the most incredible skin, which frankly at the end of the day also can come down to family genes," her makeup artist Mary Greenwell told Stylist. And the stunning Grace Kelly of Monaco was known for her grace and beauty, which helped her land many of her iconic movie roles before she left Hollywood for the royal life of a princess.

Of course, there are many members of the British royal family who are known for their beauty, but they aren't the only royals who turn heads. From the breathtaking princesses of the East to the dashing European princes you never even knew existed, let's take a look at the most beautiful royals on Earth.

Prince Carl Philip of Sweden

The story of Prince Carl Philip of Sweden and his wife Princess Sofia is similar to that of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, and the couple is just as easy on the eyes. Sofia was best known as a model and reality TV contestant when she happened to book a table at the same restaurant as the handsome prince. "We started with a shy greeting and everything followed," Carl Philip said following their engagement in 2014. They wed in 2015 at the royal chapel in Stockholm.

Sofia isn't your typical princess — the qualified yoga instructor has several tattoos and once worked as a bartender in New York — but she doesn't seem to be ashamed of her past. Despite rumors that Carl Philip's family was displeased with his choice of partner, both the prince and Sofia have denied this was ever the case. "I felt welcome from day one and nothing else," said the princess in the documentary "The Year with the Royal Family." She is now a mother to Prince Alexander and Prince Gabriel.

Princess Ameerah Al-Taweel of Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabian Princess Ameerah Al-Taweel scored a high-profile interview with Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal for a school paper when she was 18, and it changed her life. "We just clicked," Ameerah told Glamour. Alas, their marriage wouldn't last. She married into the House of Saud in 2008, but Ameerah and Prince Alwaleed separated in 2013. The princess advocated hard for women's rights in Saudi Arabia while she was married to the prince, and she's continued to do so since her divorce.

"I want to be the one women look to when they tell their daughters, 'Look, she got a divorce and see what she's doing now?'" Ameerah Al-Taweel told Glamour. "'She's an independent woman. She's doing something good for her country. She's a role model.'" In 2018, Ameerah married for a second time, falling for Emirati billionaire Khalifa bin Butti al-Muhairi. According to Emirates Woman, the two made it official at a stunning 17th century country manor house in the suburbs of Paris. Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King were reportedly among the celebs who made the trip to Europe for the occasion.

King Jigme and Queen Jetsun of Bhutan

King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and Queen Jetsun Pema of Bhutan have been dubbed "the Will and Kate of the Himalayas," and looking at this goal-worthy royal couple, it's not hard to see why. The similarities go way beyond good looks, however. Like the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Jigme and Jetsun met while studying in the U.K. Like Kate Middleton, Jetsun also studied art history.

The Dragon King and Dragon Queen, as they're also known, have a history that stretches back to when Jetsun was just a child. She was reportedly only 7 years old when she met her future husband at a picnic. The youngster told Jigme (who was 17 at the time) that she would like to marry him. The teenage royal played along, not knowing that one day this little girl's wish would come true. When they met again years later, it was love at second sight. They tied the knot in 2011, making Jetsun the world's youngest queen at age 21.

Marius Borg Høiby of Norway

If you're one of his many Instagram followers, then you already know that Marius Borg Høiby of Norway leads a glam life. The son of Crown Princess Mette-Marit resides in Los Angeles, having left the royal life behind to study in the States. "Høiby will not conduct any official activities on the Royal Family's behalf," the palace said in a statement, addressing his move to America. He celebrated his 21st birthday in 2018, and even though you won't get a title if you marry him, he's still considered one of the biggest royal catches out there to date.

"Høiby is Norway's most eligible royal, and he just might be the most eligible royal in the world, especially now that Prince Harry is no longer available," said the Observer, which described he was reportedly looking for love in 2018. His ex-girlfriend (Norwegian heiress Linn Helena Nilsen, whom he reportedly split from in 2017) also lives in L.A., but Høiby has apparently moved on — he was spotted strolling through London with former Playboy model Juliane Snekkestad in 2018.

Charlotte Casiraghi of Monaco

It's not often that you see a royal birth a child out of wedlock, but Charlotte Casiraghi (daughter of Princess Caroline, granddaughter of American movie icon Grace Kelly and eleventh-in-line to the throne of Monaco) bucked that trend. Her relationship with actor Gad Elmaleh produced a son (Raphael Elmaleh), but it didn't last. "Me and Charlotte are not together any more but I go to see my baby," Elmaleh confirmed in 2016 during an interview with WWD. "He also comes to see me. We stay close. We are a family." The following year, the Monegasque beauty began seeing French film producer Dimitri Rassam, who also had a child from a previous relationship (a daughter named Darya). They tied the knot in 2019.

Rassam is the son of former Bond girl Carole Bouquet ("For Your Eyes Only"), and Casiraghi used their joint movie pedigree to tease her budding relationship with Rassam, wearing the exact same black number her mother wore to an event she attended with Bouquet. Their refreshingly unorthodox family grew by one in October 2018, when baby Balthazar arrived. Rumors that the couple was calling off its planned wedding have emerged, but sources close to the family claim they still intended to tie the knot. They moved forward with these plans in 2019.

Crown Prince Hamdan of Dubai

The Insta-famous Sheikh Hamdan (popularly known as Fazza, the name he uses on his published poetry) was appointed crown prince of Dubai in 2008, leapfrogging his older brother, Sheikh Rashid. The circumstances surrounding Rashid's snub were murky, with reports suggesting that his father, Sheikh Mohammed, had grown tired of his eldest son's hard-partying ways. The exact cause has not been determined, but some suspect Rashid's lifestyle caught up with him in 2015, when he died of a heart attack at age 33.

His brother's death no doubt hit Hamdan hard, but the show must go on, and Hamdan has become quite the showman. The handsome royal (who attended the same U.K. Military Academy as Prince William and Prince Harry) plans to keep Dubai at the forefront of technology, which he demonstrated at the 2019 World Government Summit. The sheikh appeared via hologram at the event, delivering a speech on the future of cities. "Many of the world's cities look to Dubai as a symbol of the future," he said. "We have a constant goal to be at least 10 years more advanced."

Prince Nikolai of Denmark

All of the royals we've covered so far could pass as models, but Denmark's Prince Nikolai is the real deal. The prince signed with Danish agency Scoop Models in 2018 and made his debut at London Fashion Week in February of that year. The son of Prince Joachim and Alexandra, Countess of Frederiksborg, was booked by Burberry for the event, walking alongside British model and Hollywood actress Cara Delevingne. Dior came calling not long after that, and Nikolai was faced with a tough decision — take up modeling as a career or stick with his military education.

According to Royal Central, the prince was signed up for two years of military training at the Royal Danish Army's Sergeant School when he started attracting attention from designers. In the end, Nikolai decided that a career in the military just wasn't for him, and his parents gave him their support. His father, Prince Joachim, explained that Nikolai is free to make his own decisions regarding his future. "Nikolai's future shall be conducted entirely by his own plan," he said.

Lady Amelia Windsor of England

Prince Nikolai of Denmark wasn't the only royal to grace the catwalk at London Fashion Week in 2018. A homegrown royal model was also part of the show, with Lady Amelia Windsor walking for Dolce & Gabbana. As the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth's cousin, Amelia is 38th in Britain's line of succession, yet very much a favorite of the late monarch. The queen even made her debut at London Fashion Week to support Amelia, sitting right in the front row (via the Independent).

Amelia has become a staple at fashion shows since making her debut on the scene. She returned to London Fashion Week in 2019 to take in the latest trends from the capital, showing up with fellow models Adwoa Aboah and Pixie Geldof (son of music legend Bob Geldof). This minor royal is certainly living the high life, but she has preached the importance of staying grounded. "It's important to remember that what you see on Instagram is not reality," she told Elle.

Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana of Thailand

Is Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana of Thailand the most talented royal in the world? It's a question that high society mag Tatler asked in 2018, pointing to the Thai beauty's many achievements. The only daughter of King Vajiralongkorn is a fashion designer, a professional badminton player (her team won gold at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games), and a passionate equestrian. The princess trains six days a week, despite having suffered some pretty serious injuries while on horseback. "I've broken my leg, I have a screw in my left foot, but I have never given up," she said. "I put all my efforts into achieving my goals."

She's clearly one tough cookie and not willing to settle in the relationship department. The only Prince Charming in her life to date is a horse. Seriously, one of her horses is named Prince Charming. Any would-be suitors that can't ride should probably start learning how to play a musical instrument immediately, because Sirivannavari has also expressed an interest in helping the Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra become a world-class outfit.

Princess Madeleine of Sweden

The Swedish royal family made headlines for all the wrong reasons in 2010. King Carl XVI Gustaf was caught up in an embarrassing sex scandal when a book detailing the monarch's wild past was published, and to make matters worse, his youngest daughter sensationally called off her engagement. Princess Madeleine kicked fiancé Jonas Bergstrom to the curb after reports emerged that he'd allegedly had an inappropriate relationship with a college student. The princess moved to New York to get back on her feet, and it didn't take long for her Mr. Right to show up.

Madeleine was first spotted with Christopher O'Neill, a financial adviser with dual U.K.-U.S. citizenship, in 2011. A video of the pair spending time in Central Park went viral in Sweden. They returned to Sweden to marry in 2013, and their first child, Princess Leonore, arrived in 2014, followed by Prince Nicolas in 2015. A third child, Princess Adrienne, was born in 2018, the same year the family decided to move to the States full time. Madeleine reportedly resides in Florida, where she's apparently been embracing American traditions.

Prince Philippos of Greece and Denmark

It seems that New York City is a popular place for royals to fall in love. For years, Prince Philippos (the youngest of King Constantine and Queen Anne Marie of Greece's five children) was considered one of the most eligible royals in the world, but he was finally taken off the market in 2018. According to the Express, the prince has been snapped up by the daughter of multimillionaire VistaJet founder Thomas Flohr. Philippos apparently hosted the glamorous Nina Flohr in NYC, where the royal works as a hedge fund analyst.

Philippos and Nina were confirmed as an item when they attended the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex together. The beautiful couple was also photographed at Princess Eugenie of York and Jack Brooksbank's wedding at St. George's Chapel. There's a reason that Philippos always finds himself on the guest list when the British royal family throw a big bash — he grew up with Prince William and Prince Harry. Philippos was raised in a huge home in England where his godmother, Princess Diana, and her two boys often stooped by.

Queen Letizia of Spain

Before she met her husband, King Felipe VI, royal fashion icon Queen Letizia was married to another man. The Spanish stunner wed a teacher named Alonso Guerrero Pérez in 1998, though the union only lasted a year. The divorcee continued with her career, working in print and then broadcast journalism. Her days of running the rat race came to an end in 2003, when she was announced as Felipe's fiancée.

Letizia spent a decade using the title Princess of Asturias before being crowned queen, which came about when her father-in-law, King Juan Carlos, abdicated the throne in 2014. She and Felipe have been reigning side-by-side since, and from the look of things, they're already training their kids to lead after them. They have two daughters together (Leonor, born in 2005, and Sofia, born in 2007). The eldest momentarily captured the world's attention in 2018 when she delivered her first public address at age 13, per Harper's Bazaar.

Queen Rania of Jordan

Queen Rania of Jordan never expected to end up a queen. In 1991, she and her Palestinian parents fled the Gulf War and settled in Amman, where Rania (who graduated from the American University of Cairo with a degree in business) found a job with the Apple marketing team. She met Prince Abdullah in 1993 when a co-worker invited her to a dinner party being hosted by his royal sister. It was love at first sight, according to Hello! magazine.

Abdullah and Rania were married just five months later, but she still wasn't destined to become queen of Jordan because her husband wasn't next in line for the throne. Abdullah's uncle was the official successor at the time, though King Hussein had a last minute change of heart and, from his deathbed, declared that his eldest should rule after him. Queen Rania has been proving that Hussein made a smart decision, becoming a hero to modern Arab women everywhere. "I am an Arab through and through, but I am also one who speaks the international language," she said. The queen's chic and sophisticated style has made her a star on the fashion scene, too.

Lady Gabriella Windsor of England

Lesser-known royal Lady Gabriella Windsor, daughter of the controversial Princess Michael of Kent, was all set to marry financier Thomas Kingston in 2019, and they shared photos from their wedding day. You might notice that this wedding wasn't the kind of lavish affair we've become accustomed to in recent years, however. Robert Jobson speculated that the late Queen Elizabeth wouldn't attend the ceremony. Well, the queen may have left doubters shocked when she did in fact attend the wedding, and even took a moment to speak with Gabriella privately.

Just because Gabriella isn't a working royal doesn't mean she's not an interesting one. In fact, her life is arguably all the more interesting as a result. A graduate of both Brown and Oxford, the beautiful blonde has worked several jobs. According to London's Evening Standard, she used to be a freelance writer and is currently the Arts and Travel Director at Branding Latin America, a company that "specialises in helping Latin American companies and individuals with their overseas branding."

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark

Crown Princess Mary met Crown Prince Frederik at a pub in Sydney during the 2000 Olympic Games. At the time, the unsuspecting Aussie brunette had no idea she was rubbing elbows with royalty. "The first time we met we shook hands, I didn't know he was the prince of Denmark," Mary recalled in 2019 (via Now to Love). "Half an hour later someone came up to me and said, 'Do you know who these people are?'" After a few years of long distance (Frederik would reportedly make secret trips Down Under to see Mary), they tied the knot at a beautiful ceremony in Copenhagen.

"From today, Mary is mine and I am hers," the besotted crown prince declared at the altar. "I love her and I will protect her with all my love." The royal couple has four children: Prince Christian (born in 2005), Princess Isabella (born in 2007), and twins Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine (born in 2011). Despite previous reports that a divorce could be on the horizon, rumors about a fifth child began popping up in the Australian media in 2019, although nothing ever came of the speculation, and the couple remain parents to four.

Princess Claire of Luxembourg

German-born Princess Claire of Luxembourg has the brains to match her beauty. Claire has studied history, German, English (which she speaks fluently, along with French and Italian), psychology, and art. She spent some time at the Atlanta International School in her younger years and also studied for two years in Switzerland, which is reportedly where she met Prince Félix, the second son of the Grand Duke and Duchess of Luxembourg.

They had two ceremonies when they became man and wife in 2013: one in Germany (as per the traditions of the bride's hometown) and one in France. Today, they live in Switzerland with their two children, Princess Amalia and Prince Liam of Nassau. They aren't full-time working members of the Grand Ducal Family, but that doesn't mean they've had to get regular jobs to make ends meet. According to RTL Today, Claire's father, Hartmut Lademacher, is "a former IBM executive and founder of LHS Telekommunikation whose fortune has been valued at around $670 million." The couple reportedly spends their days running Lademacher's winery for him.

Pierre Casiraghi of Monaco

Pierre Casiraghi is Charlotte Casiraghi of Monaco's younger brother. He beat big sis to the altar in 2015, when he married the glamorous Beatrice Borromeo, a former journalist and model. Borromeo was hailed as "the most stylish European royal" by Tatler in 2018, which noted that the Italian bride managed to effortlessly make three outfit changes during her wedding. Her rugged husband also clearly knows his way around a designer brand or two, but his real passion is sailing.

In 2019, Casiraghi was named ambassador for the 10th edition of Les Voiles de St. Barth, a regatta that has steadily been attracting a more prestigious crowd since it began in 2010. "I couldn't possibly have declined such an honor to sail and spend time in Saint-Barth, while serving as the ambassador," the Monegasque royal and passionate seaman said, per Sail-World. This globetrotting royal is also every inch a family man. He and Borromeo have two sons: Stefano (born in 2017) and Francesco (born in 2018).

Princess Tatiana of Greece and Denmark

Princess Tatiana of Greece and Denmark was once described as the "prototypical princess" by Vogue magazine's Stephen Heyman, who was blown away by her charm when he met her in 2016. She looks and acts like she was always destined for royalty, but in truth, the Venezuelan-born beauty is very humble. "I do not feel like a princess," she told Vogue shortly after her wedding to Prince Nikolaus, son of deposed Greek King Constantine II. "I do not feel that I married a prince, with a title. Well actually, yes, he is my prince, but nothing more."

Greece has a complicated relationship with its royals (who are now royal in name only), but Tatiana has been doing her best to change that. She was living a quiet life in London until the exiled Greek royal family started getting homesick. "I live a very simple life here," Tatiana said of living in the country. "I work, I go to the supermarket, I cook, I walk my dog, and the Greek people have welcomed me like they would anyone else. There's a word here, philoxenia, a love of strangers, and I've really felt that very strongly here." King Constantine II returned to his homeland in 2013, following the example of Prince Nikolaus and his wife. Tatiana spoke no Greek at the time, but she reportedly fell in love with Athens and the people of Greece.

Sheikha Maitha of the United Arab Emirates

Her name might be a bit of a mouthful to those unfamiliar with Arabic, but don't tell Sheikha Maitha bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum that. As the daughter of the Prime Minister and Vice President of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai, Maitha has some serious clout in the Arab world, and we don't just mean politically. The Sheikha is skilled in both karate and taekwondo and even represented her country in the latter at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, becoming the first woman from the United Arab Emirates to compete in the Games.

"I have carried the UAE flag at many championships before, global and regional, but doing the same in Beijing is a different feeling, something completely different," she told Sport 360. She also became the first woman from the UAE to win a gold medal in karate at the Asian Games, but nowadays, she seems to be focused on polo. "In the '90s, women competing in sport was unheard of, but my father was the first person to support women in sports," she told Gulf News in 2019.

Prince Amedeo of Belgium

This lesser-known European prince is the nephew of King Philippe, the reigning monarch of Belgium. The Independent ranked Prince Amedeo among the world's most eligible bachelors in 2013, including him on its "good prince guide" list. The British newspaper gave the scoop on Amedeo's personality, career path, and education. The prince attended London School of Economics and went on to work for Deloitte. He wasn't strictly single at the time. Amedeo had been with girlfriend Elisabetta Rosboch von Wolkenstein for seven years when they married in 2014.

The Italian (who is better-known as "Lili") looked stunning as she walked down the aisle in a  Valentino gown during a dream ceremony at the Basilica Santa Maria in Trastevere, Rome. Two years later, the couple welcomed daughter Anna Astrid, who is seventh in line to the throne of Belgium. "It's something new for us," Amedeo said shortly after her birth in 2016 (via Hello! magazine). "We're a little nervous but it's fantastic. It's a new life that begins." In 2017, the prince and his wife (who both lived and worked in New York for a time) announced that the family was moving to Switzerland so that Amedeo could take up a new job at his father's bank.

Charlene of Monaco

Princess Charlene of Monaco has lived quite an interesting life. Even before the blonde beauty married Prince Albert II and relocated from South Africa to Monaco to begin life as a royal, she proved that her stunning looks weren't her only admirable attribute. Charlene began swimming professionally at age 18 and even went on to compete in the 2000 Sydney Olympics. The princess also had the opportunity to compete in the 2008 Beijing Olympics Games, but she retired from swimming just one year before. It turns out that Prince Albert met Charlene at a swimming competition in Monaco.

Albert and Charlene faced a hardship after an ear, nose, and throat surgery prevented the princess from flying back to Monaco. She spent months in South Africa recovering and she opened up to South Africa's News24 about how difficult it was being away from her family. "It's been a trying time for me," Charlene shared. "I miss my husband and children dearly. Albert is my rock and strength and without his love and support I would not have been able to get through this painful time." The princess returned back home to Monaco with Albert and their two children in March 2022.

Sam Chatto

The late Queen Elizabeth II's grand nephew, Sam Chatto, might not be the most well-known British royal, but he's certainly one of the most eye-catching. Sam's mother is Lady Sarah Chatto, and his father is Daniel Chatto, an artist and actor who has starred in films like "Quartet" (1981) and "Little Dorrit" (1987). It seems that Sam may have inherited some of his father's artistic abilities, because he studied History of Art at the University of Edinburgh and later became a potter.

In January 2019, Sam took to Instagram to reveal that he spent time in Scotland learning about ceramics. "Hello! Where have I been?! (1/3) 2018 was such an incredible year of self reflection and growth for me," he wrote in part in the caption of the post. "I spent six weeks in the very north of Scotland immersed in pottery and ceramics, being taught by the most patient and passionate potter. Clay consumed my every waking hour and I am so excited to see what I can achieve this year!" In a separate post about his travels, Sam shared that he also completed Yoga instructor training in India. He explained that he doesn't plan to teach classes in the near future. While Sam might not be as high up in the line of succession as some of his relatives, how many British royals can say they're qualified to teach yoga? According to Hello! magazine, only Sam.

Prince Achileas-Andreas of Greece and Denmark

Prince Achileas-Andreas of Greece and Denmark is the son of Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece and Marie-Chantal Miller. The royal dabbles in modeling and acting. He spoke to Paper about why he chose to pursue a career in front of the camera. "It was always a great passion of mine," Achileas-Andreas said of acting. "When I was a kid I remember always watching movies and TV shows and I was like, This is what I want to do: be an actor. When I fully decided that this was exactly what I wanted to do, was when I was 15 years old." The prince went on to share that he caught the acting bug while performing in a drama class at school.

Achileas-Andreas also has quite the following on social media. A quick browse through the prince's Instagram account makes it clear why he's been able to draw in so many loyal followers. He documents his travels on the platform and shares a glimpse into his relationship with model Isabella Massenet. The good-looking girlfriend and boyfriend have a lot in common. Along with their shared interest in modeling, both Achileas-Andreas and Massenet come from incredibly wealthy families. Isabella's mother is Net-a-Porter founder Natalie Massenet, and Isabella is also a DJ and photographer.

Kate Middleton

Princess of Wales Kate Middleton is often dubbed one of the most beautiful members of the British royal family. She has become known for her classic beauty over the years, as well as her fashion sense. The princess makes her beauty look effortless, but it turns out that there's quite a lot that goes into her iconic look. Former royal doctor Anna Hemming spoke to Hello! Magazine about the British royal family's beauty secrets. "It's not an accident or by chance that the royal family have radiant skin," she told the outlet. "They understand how important it is for their skin to reflect their health." Hemming shared that staying active is also an important part of the royal family's beauty routine. Middleton reportedly uses a number of beauty products to maintain healthy skin. She's reportedly a fan of serums and skincare oils.

The mother of three underwent major changes in 2017 that gave her a fresh new look. A number of beauty experts alleged that the royal switched up her makeup technique and took on a more natural glow. Rachael Hall of Eyebrow Envy pointed out one of the biggest changes Middleton made to her routine. She shared that the princess' eyebrows have a much softer look than they did in previous years. "I think that while her brows look a shade lighter, it's the actual tone of them that makes the biggest difference," Hall said.

Meghan Markle

Before Meghan Markle married Prince Harry and became the Duchess of Sussex, her beauty was put on display on "Deal or No Deal." She spoke about her experience on the show during an episode of her "Archetypes" podcast, and it seems that she prefers to be appreciated for her smarts as well as her stunning looks. "We were even given spray-tan vouchers each week because there was a very cookie-cutter idea of precisely what we should look like," Markle revealed. "It was solely about beauty and not necessarily about brains." The mother of two went on to share why she wasn't a fan of her role on the game show. "I didn't like feeling forced to be all looks and little substance, and that's how it felt for me at the time — being reduced to this specific archetype," she said. 

While it seems that Markle doesn't want an emphasis placed on her looks, she still has plenty of beauty secrets up her sleeve. Markle revealed some of her favorite skincare products during an interview with Allure in 2017. "I play around. I love Jan Marini skin-care products," she told the magazine. "I've been using their serum lately. It's a nice glycolic one that makes your skin really glow-y. And I really love the Tatcha Rice Enzyme Powder." Markle shared she also uses a lash serum to maintain long, full eyelashes.

Jean-Christophe Bonaparte, Prince Napoleon

Jean-Christophe Bonaparte, Prince Napoleon is a descendent of Napoleon's youngest brother, Jerome Bonaparte. He is also a distant relative of the royals of the United Kingdom, Belgium, and Luxembourg. Although Jean-Christophe is related to some of the most well-known royals, he decided to carve his own path. The handsome businessman's LinkedIn reveals he co-founded Leon Capital, where he's also a managing partner. He received his MBA from Harvard Business School and previously worked for Morgan Stanley as an Investment Banking Analyst. It seems like Jean-Christophe is quite the catch.

The royal was taken off of the market in 2019 by Countess Olympia von und zu Arco-Zinneberg. Interestingly, the countess is related to Napoleon's second wife. Maybe these two were destined to meet. After all, they have quite a lot in common. Olympia also received degrees from Ivy League schools. She attended Yale and Columbia where she studied political science and art history, according to The Court Jeweller. Jean-Christophe and Olympia appeared to be all smiles at their extravagant wedding in Paris.