The Most Amazing Princesses in the World Today
Even though the princesses in the world today may sometimes appear quite ordinary as they dress casually and do their shopping at supermarkets, these royal figures actually represent the modern embodiment of grace and beauty. And even though some of them weren’t actually born with royal blood coursing through their veins, they still managed to ascend to the thrones of their countries through their charms and exquisite personalities. We decided to compile a top 14 regarding the most amazing princesses in the world right now, so that you may catch a glimpse of their sublime beauty and glamorous lifestyles. Are you ready to come face to face with royalty?
Princess Sirivannavari, Thailand
As the only daughter of Thailand’s Crown Prince Maha Vajralongkorn, Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana is a highly important figure in the Thai Royal Family, and even though she went to the United Kingdom to live with her mother after the separation of their parents, she was brought back to Thailand by her father eventually.
She received her Princess title on June 15, 2005 by a royal command from her grandfather King Bhumibol Adulyadej. Due to her immense beauty and grace, Princess Sirivannavari was ranked as one of the 20 hottest young royals in the world by Forbes magazine in 2009.
Jetsun Pema, Princess of Bhutan
Even though she may be one of the youngest princesses on our list, Jetsun Pema is undoubtedly one of the most exceptional ones as well. She was raised as a commoner even though her family had deep ties with royalty, and she lives together with her husband King Jigme Khesar of Thimpu in the remote country of Bhutan.
Keisha Omilana, Princess of Nigeria
Keisha Omilana is originally from California, United States, but she became Princess when she married Nigerian prince Adekunle Adebayo Omilana of the Yoruba tribe. Before she became a royal figure, she had an immense success in the fashion industry, and she even became the first African American woman to appear in three successive Pantene commercials.
Princess Alexandra, Luxembourg
As the only daughter of Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa, Princess Alexandra of Luxembourg is currently the third in line for the Luxembourg crown. She was born on February 16, 1991 and attended the Vauban High School in Luxembourg before receiving her baccalaureate with honors in literature.
Tatiana, Princess of Greece and Denmark
Princess Tatiana was born in Venezuela and had a normal upbringing even though she is a descendant of Prince Elector William II of Hesse. She worked as an event planner for designer Diane Von Furstenberg before meeting prince Nikolaos of Greece. They two had a meaningful, long-term relationship before getting married in 2010. Since then, Tatiana naturally quit her normal job and started focusing more on royal issues and charitable endeavors.
Zara Phillips, England
Zara Phillips is undoubtedly the most sports-orientated princess on our list, even though she is Queen Elizabeth II’s granddaughter, which means she enjoys the full privileges of royalty. However, instead of enjoying a life of passiveness and comfort, Zara Phillips worked hard in order to become one of the most famous equestrians in the world, and she even earned several silver medals during the London Olympics 2012. In 2005, she married her current husband, Mike Tindal, who is also into sports.
Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden
Since Princess Victoria is the first female to be the heir of the Swedish throne since 1720, she is definitely the most popular personality in the country. She represents the embodiment of a new age in Sweden, where the throne is be occupied by the eldest child of a ruler no matter the gender. Consequently, even though Victoria has a younger brother, she will be the one that will ascend to the throne of Sweden even though she is female. The same can be said for her young little girl, who will one day be Queen no matter what.
Victoria had a troubled childhood and suffered from many disorders, but she managed to overcome her problems and become the confident, beautiful woman that she is today.
Charlotte Casiraghi, Monaco
As the second child of Caroline, Princess of Hanover, and Stefano Casiraghi, Charlotte Casiraghi is the fifth in line to the throne of Monaco. She is a Sorbonne graduate and a highly successful journalist who worked as the main editor of Above Magazine. Apart from her official duties, Charlotte also enjoys horseback riding, and she is well known for being the official equestrian “ambassador” of Gucci.
Charlotte Casiraghi takes part in numerous fund raising galas and attends official events in Monaco on a regular basis
Madeleine, Princess of Sweden
Princess Madeleine of Sweden is also known as the Duchess of Hälsingland and Gästrikland, and she is currently fourth in line to the throne. Her unique charms and incredible personality are matched only by her exterior beauty, while her pure heart pushes her to get involved in numerous charitable endeavors. As many respectable members of the Royal Family, Madeleine is an exceptional equestrian.
She is married to a successful businessman named Christopher O Neill, and she currently resides in New York where she helps the World Childhood Foundation as best as she can.
Letizia, Princess of Asturias
Before she married Felipe, Prince of the Asturias and became the Princess of Asturias, Letizia was a highly accomplished journalist and a proud owner of a master’s degree in audio visual journalism. She was born in a middle-class family so she has no royal ancestry, which is probably why she prefers to live in a private residence close to Zarzuela Palace.
She takes part in numerous charitable endeavors and is well known for her rare beauty and incredible personality.
Charlene, Princess of Monaco
Even though she retired from competitive swimming in 2007, Charlene Wittstock is an accomplished swimmer that represented South Africa at the 2000 Olympics. She is married to Prince Albert Rainer, and her mother-in-law was none other than the late Grace Kelly.
Charlene has an impeccable sense of fashion and attends numerous galas and charitable events, some of which are held in honor of Grace Kelly herself and help gather funds for the Princess Grace Foundation.
Princess Sonam, Bhutan
Princess Ashi Sonam Dechan Wangchuck is the daughter of the 4th King of Bhutan Jigme Singye Wangchuck, and she was born on August 5, 1981. Highly educated, Princess Sonam boasts a degree in international relations from Stanford University as well as a Masters in law from Harvard Law School. This means that she is well acquainted with the law, which is why she clerked for the Royal High Court of Bhutan for a while.
She married her husband Dasho Phub W. Dorji at the Mothithang palace on April 5, 2009, and they have been happily married ever since.
Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark
As one of the most beloved and popular princesses in the world, Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark apparently met her husband while he was visiting Australia. They fell in love instantly and quickly became one of the most famous couples in the world.
Princess Mary is well known for her exquisite tastes in fashion, and since this is Denmark’s third highest export industry, she helped to improve it even more by wearing certain clothing pieces signed by Denmark’s designers.
Catherine, Duchess Of Cambridge
Finally, the most famous princess in the world right now is undoubtedly Catherine, who married Prince William, second in line to the throne of Britain. Also known as the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton has all the necessary qualities of a princess. She is quite beautiful needless to say, but she also has superb taste in fashion, which is why she is currently the most photographed royal figure in the world.
Her intelligence, looks, modesty and kindness allowed her to become one of the most iconic members of the British Royal Family in no time at all, and many would agree that she makes a delightful successor to her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana.