Princess Madeline of Sweden.
Madeline is 32 years old and the daughter of King Carl XVI of Sweeden and is the fourth in line for the throne. She is an equestiran, loves skiing, the arts, and has worked for Child Protective Services in New York City. She was engaged once, but after a few push offs of the wedding it was eventually cancelled. However, she is now married and just gave birth to her first daughter this past February.
Charlotte of Monaco
Charlotte is twenty-eight years old and the fifth in line for the crown of Monoco. She is another equestirian (those royals love their horses!), but has alsoworked as a journalist. You can find her writing in her own free publication Ever Manifesto which speaks out about the harm of the fashion industry. She and her partner also have a daughter.
Queen Rania of Jordan
Rania was proclaimed queen in 1999 when she was only 29 years old. In her 15 year reign she has worked for education, health, domestic abuse victms, youth in need of skills for the workplace, and supported cross faith and culture dialouge. She also has her own YouTube chanel. (https://www.youtube.com/user/QueenRania)
Queen Letizia of Spain
Queen Letzia is forty-two years old and became queen when her husband, King Felipe VI, acended in June of 2014. Before marrying, she was a journalist and new anchor. This is her second marriage.
Prince Christian of Denmark
Prince Chrisian is the youngest royal to make our list at the age of 9, but how adorable is he? He is the son of Prince Fredrik and Crown Princess Mary of Dennmark and is the second in line for the throne. He may not have accomplished much yet, but he is the first royal in his family to have attended nursery school and was a pageboy for his godmother’s wedding.
Princess Beatrice of York
Beatrice is 26 years old and also the sixth (and first female) in line for the throne. She is very involved in helping children with HIV in Russia, Springboard for Children, and The Teenager Cancer Trust. She was also an extra in the movie Young Victoria which makes her the first royal to appear in a movie which wasn’t a documentary, and she was the first royal to run in the London Marathon.
Harry Prince of Wales
Yes… we all know Prince Harry. But he isn’t William or Kate so he had to be on the list. We can’t get enough of this red-headed party prince. Although, now he is starting to shred his “rebelious” lifestyle and is a respected military man.
Princess Marie of Denmark
Princess Marie married Prince Joacim in 2008 where she became the stepmother to his two children, and they also have two children together. She is the patron of a music festival, the Danish Ski Confedoration, the AIDS foundation, Autism Dennmark as well as several other organizations.
Prince Joacim of Dennmark
Prince Joacim is the sixth in line for the Dannish crown and is married to aformentioned Princess Marie. He has two children from a previous marriage and has two children with Marie. He also served in the military for several years.
Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York
Sarah Ferguson is more commonly known as “Fergie” and is the former wife of Prince Andrew, the Duke of York. Since their divorce she has had several rumors and trouble both financially and personally but has surpassed that and works with television, charity, and film.
So… anyone else want to fly across the world try their hand at becoming royalty?
Sources: zimbio.com and wikkipedia.com