Princess of Sweden, Duchess of Hälsingland and Gästrikland, the youngest of the Swedish royal siblings, known as „Len“ to her friends. She has raised eyebrows for her temporal teenage transgressions and less-than-conservative eveningwear.
Known for her impeccable taste in fashion and photogenic looks–much like her grandmother Grace Kelly and mother Princess Caroline. Though she was raised in France, she remains fourth in line to the throne of Monaco.
Second in line to the throne of Sweden, behind his older sister Victoria. The handsome prince got a degree from Forsberg School of Graphic Design in 2006 and since then has been traveling and making documentaries.
HIH Princess Tsuguko (1986)
Cousin of the reigning emperor of Japan and the eldest daughter of the late Prince Takamado. There is very little press coverage of the princess due to the chrysanthemum taboo, a cultural ban on reporting on the royal family outside of information released from the kingdom. Princess Tsuguko is currently studying sociology at Edinburgh University.
HRH Princess Sikhanyiso (1987)
The daughter of King Mswati III of Swaziland, the last existing absolute monarchy in the world. She is well-known for speaking out against patriarchal and traditional culture, as well as for wearing Western clothing and pursuing a hip-hop career. She's currently a speech and drama major at Biola University in California.
The first of Princess Caroline of Monaco's three children. He is second in line to the throne behind his mother, though this could change if recent rumors regarding the possibility of reigning Prince Albert's upcoming nuptials turn out to be true. Andrea is known for his striking good looks and his romantic relationships.
HRH Princess Iman bint Al Hussein (1983)
The daughter of the late King Hussein and reigning Queen Noor of Jordan. Though not nearly as exposed as the other princesses on our list, Princess Iman is known for her military service. She attended the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in 2002 and served in the Jordanian army soon after.
The Crown Prince of Dubai, the second eldest son of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al Moktoum, the prime minister and vice president of the United Arab Emirates and ruler of Dubai. He was appointed the Chairman of the Dubai Executive Council in September 2006. He publishes poetry under the name Fazza and is an avid competitive equestrian.
HRH Princess Siriwannawari (1987)
The daughter of Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn. She's achieved her own fame–and brought new eyes to Thailand–as a fashion designer. After showing two seasons during Bangkok's fashion week, she showed a collection during Paris' fashion week in the fall of 2007. She's also been an international badminton competitor, taking home a gold medal in the 2006 Southeast Asian games.
Princess by blood, if not by name. Her mother, Princess Anne, wanted her children to live without formal titles to make their lives easier. Zara, an impressive equestrian, won the gold medal in the World Equestrian Games in 2006 and is hoping to compete in the 2008 Olympics.
Second son of Serbian Crown Prince Alexander II Karađorđević and Princess Maria da Gloria of Orléans-Braganza, he graduated in communications and media from San Francisco University and stayed in the city where he is currently obtaining job experience. He enjoys arts, photography, music, French films, and follows current affairs. He considers parties and a good time out the best way to
spend his spare time.
Princess von Thurn und Taxis, daughter of Johannes Prince von Thurn und Taxis and Gloria Countess and Lady von Schönburg-Glauchau. Studies in London.
Henry Charles Albert David of Wales, known as Harry, a carefree royal: He has made headlines smoking marijuana, partying and dating South African heiress Chelsy Davy. But for the last months, he's been known in the press as „Hero Harry“ due to his time in the British Army.