Not much is known about Prince Fahad (he seems to prefer staying out of the limelight). However, from his Instagram account, this royal seems to love living large.
He’s constantly travelling and posting his adventures around the world. However, Prince Fahad isn’t just another royal. The grandson of the brother of the Saudi Arabian king is a Stanford University graduate who used to work at Facebook as the Head of User Operations for Facebook Arab. He’s also started his own company, New Arab Media.
Besides being a total good-looker, Prince Constatine (right) is also the god-son of Prince William. Yeap!
The 20 year-old recently moved to the US from his home in London to attend Georgetown University. He’s also really close to his family and almost always post photos of them.
Just like his brother, Achi (as his family calls him) stays away from the spotlight. However, we reckon it’s just a matter of time before he completely blows up the social media scene with his good looks.
Closer to home, we have Prince Mateen of Brunei. The 10th son of Brunei’s Haji Hassanal Bolkiah is 27 this year and is a pretty accomplished athelete.
He’s represented Brunei at the South East Asian Games in Kuala Lumpur and was awarded the bronze medal.
Mateen also shares a lot of his personal life on Instagram.
Aged 35 (must want to settle down with a lovely woman soon, surely?) the Prince of Brunei known as ‘Prince Azim’ is third in line for the throne.
Whilst being the second born prince to His Majesty Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, prince Azim has taken an alternative route to the majority of ‘publicity shy’ royalty and embraced the limelight in all his glory.
He’s a firm favourite with the press because of his infamous ‘ladies man’ lavish ways, including celebrity filled indulgent parties. If you think you’re capable of handling such a lifestyle or even taming the ‘wild ways’, then Azim is a super choice – particularly given the location being so close to our lovely Singapore island.
Crown Prince Hussein (left) is the heir apparent of King Abdullah II of Jordan.
The Prince graduated from Georgetown University with a degree in international history. He’s currently serving the Jordanian Armed Forces as second lieutenant.
Prince Sebastian (left) is sixth in line to the Luxembourg throne but this athletic Prince seems perfectly fine with that.
The Prince is currently an officer of the Luxembourg Army.
Sheikh Mohammed was a member of the graduating class of Georgetown University School of Foreign in Qatar and also graduated from Harvard University with an M.B.A.
The 29 year-old is fluent in Arabic, English and French.
The 20 year-old is the eldest son of Princess Diya Kumari and Maharaj Narenda Singh.
However, he’s already an accomplished polo player. He started playing competitive polo in 2015 at the age 17 and gained sole responsibility of his family’s estate when he reached the age of 18.
Ages 31 (great marriage age we have to say) Prince Philippos was born to King Constantine II of Greece and Queen Anne-Marie in 1986 in London. Why not in Greece? Well, the Greek monarchy was abolished and his family fled to the U.K – meaning he is a prince in title only. That won’t phase us.
He’s currently in America, working and living in New York City with hedge funds. Given how elusive he is to press and fame – you’ll be hard pushed to find him unless you have connections to him or know him directly.
Jean Christophe is 31 years old and the heir of Napoleon Bonaparte. In fact he’s a direct descendant from the actual Napoleon Bonaparte himself – he’s the great-great-great-great-nephew. Whilst technically France has no monarchy (it was abolished way back in the 18th century), Jean Christophe is still given the prince title and is a member of the ‘Imperial House of France’.
An academic through and through, he matriculated at the HEC School of Management in Paris, graduating in 2011 with an MSc in management, and from here he moved to NYC to become an investment banker analyst for Morgan Stanley. After that he went to London as a private equity associate for Advent International. A very sharp minded intelligent man – a perfect match for the woman who admires a logical brain.
Sheikh Hamdan is 35 years old and is the Crown Prince of Dubai (now that’s what we’re talking about!). Title aside, he’s a bucket load of talent and husband-worthy attributes all rolled into one. The Instafamous billionaire is known for being a talented equestrian, a semi-professional skydiver, great photographer and is often snapped travelling the world. He’s a huge animal lover (yasssss) and has humility beyond his royal heritage – heck, he’s even been snapped riding the London underground.
He is literally a Middle East action man…with an adoration for camels. If you reckon you could keep up with his active lifestyle and maybe even show him a few of your own talents, we’re sure you’ll win his heart. Oh, and you must love animals too, natch.
Aged 26, Prince Joachim of Belgium and Archduke of Austria-Este is currently ninth in line to the Belgium throne, so chances of becoming King are pretty slim.
Educated in England and then in Italy (how well rounded of him), he volunteered for an army training course at the Centre for Basic Training in Arlon, Belgium back in 2010 and has now taken his place as an officer in the Belgian Navy. If you like blondes, a man in uniform and you love the ocean, Joachim will be your dream pick.
He’s now 43 and aged like a fine wine – second in line to the throne and coincidentally one of Europe’s wealthiest monarchs, he’s a billionaire who actually enjoys the limelight. Given that he used to date the stunning Victoria’s Secret model Adriana Lima back in the noughties, we can’t help but fear he’s probably got very high standards for the aesthetics of his future wife.
Aged 34 and twelfth in line for the throne, Prince Albert is a German socialite and head of the House Thurn and Taxis. With a huge passion for racing cars (hence this photo) he lives in Bavaria at his family’s castle (where else should a prince live after all?) and avoids the limelight where possible.
He has been listed many times in Forbes’ billionaire list, the first time when he was just eight years old. So if you like European men and fast cars – this one’s for you.
Text: Atika Lim Additional Reporting: Nicole Watson/Herworld
This post was originally published in January 2018 and has been updated April 25 2018.