Prince Philippos of Greece and Denmark
The youngest child of King Constantine II and Queen Anne-Marie of Greece, Prince Philippos had a (somewhat) turbulent childhood. The prince was born 19 years after his family fled Greece into exile, and 12 years after a referendum officially confirmed the abolition of the Greek monarchy, which makes him a prince in title only.
Prince Joachim of Belgium, Archduke of Austria-Este
Talk about total royalty: All of Prince Joachim’s grandparents and great-grandparents are royal or noble; he descends from the Austrian, Belgian, Italian, French, Swedish, Danish, British, Portuguese, Spanish and German royal or imperial families. His older brother is also SUPER hot, but sadly he’s already married.
Prince Constantine-Alexios of Greece
Prince Constantine-Alexios, or “Tino” for short, is the quintessential millennial cool kid. His well-curated Instagram alone says a lot about the prince’s personality; from giving his sister a piggyback ride, to sharing a cute photo of him and his father, one can say for sure that Tino loves his family (wink wink, a potential “family man!)
His Royal Highness Prince Abdul Mateen
One of Asia’s most eligible bachelors, Prince Mateen of Brunei literally stole the spotlight at this year’s SEA Games. The extremely fit prince revealed in an interview that he tends to shy away from all the attention he’s getting, opposite to his wittiness on Instagram.
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