It's no secret that real-life princes are some of the most eligible bachelors and desirable men around the world. From Prince William and Prince Harry of Cambridge to Prince Pierre Casiraghi and Prince Andrea Casiraghi of Monaco, these real-life royals sure do live the life of luxury.
But the duties of being a Prince in a royal family include than just being dashing. Though few countries around the world still operate under absolute monarchies, many royal families still play an important role in the cultural, philanthropic, and political health of their countries.
Here you'll meet a list of high-profile princes around the world and learn a bit more about their personal lives and what they do to support their countries and royal families.
You'll also learn fun facts about each Prince in regards to their philanthropy work, career, and private lives.
Prince Philippos of Greece and Denmark
Prince Philippos of Greece and Denmark is the son of King Constantine of Greece and Queen Anne-Marie of Denmark and Greece. After studying abroad in various countries, Prince Phillippos currently lives in Manhattan, NY, USA where he works for the EIM Group. He's also a board member of the Anna-Maria Foundation.
Prince Charles of Wales
The eldest son of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles of Wales is also the heir apparent of the Queen, who has enjoyed the longest rule in British history.
He's also known as the Duke of Cornwall, Duke of Rothesay, and for being the father of his two son, Princes William and Harry.
Prince Carl Philip of Sweden, Duke of Värmland
Known around the world for his good looks, Prince Carl Phillip of Sweden is the son of King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden. Not only is he a Prince and Duke, he is also a licensed race car driver and has held several titles in the Swedish armed forces, including including combat boat commander, sub-lieutenant in the Royal Swedish Navy, lieutenant, and major. He also went to design school and in 2012 partnered with Oscar Kylberg to launch a design company called Bernadotte and Kylberg.
Prince Andrea Casiraghi of Monaco
Prince Andrea Albert Casiraghi is the son of Princess Caroline and Stefano Casiraghi, as well as the grandson of Princess Grace or as she was known in the U.S., actress Grace Kelly.
An avid horserider, skier, runner, and football player, in 1999 he was named among the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World.
Prince Pierre Casiraghi of Monaco
The younger brother of Prince Andrea, Prince Pierre of Monaco is also internationally known for his handsome good looks. Fourth-in-line to the Monegasque throne, Prince Pierre often supports his mother Princess Caroline and uncle Prince Albert II with royal duties. He also uses his Economics and Management degree to help manage his late father's companies.
Prince Harry of Wales
The youngest son of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana, the adorable Prince Harry of the UK is yet as of yet unmarried and swooned over by women around the world.
A Prince, Pilot, and philanthropist, Harry is also the found of the Invictus Games, an International sporting for injured servicemen and women. The games were first held in 2014 in London.
Prince William of Wales, Duke of Cambridge
The oldest son of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana, Wales' Prince William recently wed Kate Middleton in 2011, a media event publicized around the world.
Also the Duke of Cambridge, to join the army and settling on training to be a search and rescue helicopter pilot, William also holds a Masters of Arts, the highest degree of any member of the royal family. While serving in the military, he was a search and rescue pilot and participated in over 150 rescue missions.
Prince Hans Adam II of Liechtenstein
Prince Hans Adam II of Liechtenstein is the eldest son of Prince Franz Josef II and Princess Gina, and is currently the reigning Prince of Liechtenstein.
Known for his excellent financial ability, he was entrusted to run his family's fortune at just 27, which is estimated today to be worth around $2 Billion.
Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, Count of Monpezat
Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark not only earned an MA in political science, he is also completed extensive military studies in all three services, including education as a sail in the elite Danish "Frogmen" special ops forces. He also incredibly active in advocacy work and has a vast number of patronages.
The eldest son of Queen Margrethe II and Henrik, the Prince Consort, he is also the heir apparent to the throne of Denmark.
Crown Prince Naruhito of Japan
Crown Prince Naruhito is a member of the Imperial House of Japan, as well as the eldest son and heir to Emperor Akihito.
As Crown Prince, has been involved in water conservation efforts and severed on the International Olympic Committee.
Prince Félix of Luxembourg
Prince Felix of Luxembourg is the second child of the Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa. His official title is "His Royal Highness Prince Félix Leopold Marie Guillaume of Luxembourg, Prince of Nassau."
The handsome Prince and his wife currently live in the South of France and manage a family owned winie estate called Chateau-les-Croste.
Prince Amedeo of Belgium, Archduke of Austria-Este
The nephew of the King of Belgium, Prince Amedeo of Belgium is also the Archduke of Austria-Este.
Sixth in line for the Belgian throne, he is heir to the headship of the House of Austria-Este, a cadet branch of the Habsburg-Lorraine.
Prince Albert II of Monaco
Prince Albert II is ruler of the nation of Monaco and the son of Prince Rainier III and American movie star and Princess Grace Kelley.
Among the world's richest royals, Prince Albert is also a billionaire as well as the adviser to Orphans International.
Crown Prince Haakon of Norway
The furture King of Norway, Crown Prince Haakon is the first son of King Harald V of Norway and Queen Sonja.
A descendant of King Edward VII, Prince Haakon is also the third cousin of Prince Charles and additionally has a place in-line for the British throne.
Prince Albert von Thurn und Taxis of Germany
A race car driver and 12th prince in his family line, Prince Albert von Thurn und Taxisfirst appeared on the Forbe's billionaire list as just 8 years old.
He officially inherited his fortune on his 18th birthday in 2001, he earned an MA in economics and theology from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland.
Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan of Dubai
Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan is the second of the 13 sons of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the current ruler of Dubai. His older brother Sheikh Rashid bin Mohammed died tragically of a heart attack in 2015.
He attended the same UK military academy as Princes William and Harry and has been appointed chairman of the Dubai Executive Council, serves on the Dubai Sports Council, and the Dubai Autism Centre and is head of the Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid establishment for Young Business Leaders.
Prince Wenzeslaus of Liechtenstein
Prince Wenzeslaus von und zu Liechtenstein is the second son of Prince Philipp Erasmus and Isabelle de l'Arbre de Malander.
Though many Liechtenstein Princes tend to keep a low-profile, Prince Wenzeslaus has one of the highest profiles in the European press.
Whether they're in line for the throne or not, these royal men are doing a fine job of keeping the hearts of ladies everywhere swooning.
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