MEET THE MOST BEAUTIFUL ROYAL WOMEN

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All over the world, there are beautiful crowned women who go largely unacknowledged. set these girls apart – jewels or without on their body.

Sirivannavari Of Thailand

Princess Sirivannavari of Thailand was ranked among the 20 hottest royals by Forbes in 2009. Raised in the UK with her mother, she now resides in Thailand with her father and grandfather, the King. At 30 years old, she is an arts and sports enthusiast who is an active participant in the world of high fashion.

Myra Madihah Of Malaysia

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Tunku Myra is the princess of Malaysia, and the royal daughter of Besar Kecil of Negeri. She has been married to her husband Iskandar Jaafar-Greaves for 10 years. She owns an events management company and is popular among the ranks of high society.

Mary Of Denmark

Mary of Denmark is the wife of Prince Frederick, who is first in line to the nation’s throne. An Australian native, Mary met her husband in a Sydney pub, and became the original “fairytale” romance, before Kate Middleton. The royal couple now have four children together.

Claire Of Belgium

In 2003, Princess Claire married Prince Laurent and they now have three children. She is the sister-in-law of Philippe, King of Belgium. Prior to her marriage she was a land-surveyor, and didn’t live in Belgium until she was three years old. She is mostly seen attending charity events for environmental cause and animal welfare, as well as events hosted by the British Ambassador to Belgium.

Zara Of The UK

Zara Tindall is the second oldest grandchild of Queen Elizabeth and is married to ex-England rugby player, Mike Tindall. She is a British equestrian and won a silver medal at the 2012 London Olympics for event riding. She is 17th in line to the throne.

Mozah Bint Nasser Of Qatar

Sheikha Moza bint Nasser is the one of three wives who are married to the Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa. She holds BA in Sociology, and was awarded as an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Virginia Commonwealth University. She has many foreign honors, and is the chosen wife who represents her husband at international events and conventions.

Victoria Of Sweden

The Crown Princess of Sweden, Victoria, is the next in line to the throne and will be the fourth queen regnant in Sweden’s history. Her title was changed from Duchess to Princess (and heir apparent) in 1980, when a law reform allowed the throne successor to be either gender, regardless of marriage. She is only one out of three crown heiresses in the world.

Rania Of Jordan

Queen Rania of Jordan is known for her work with education, health, youth, and community empowerment, as well as cross-cultural dialogue. She has four children — two sons and two daughters — with her husband, King Abdullah bin al-Hussein. She has an honorary Masters Degree in International Cooperation and Development from the University of Rome.

Sonam of Bhutan

Princess Sonam of Bhutan has a degree from Stanford University and a Masters in Law from Harvard. She is the daughter of the fourth King of Bhutan, and has been married to Dasho Phub W. Dorji since 2009. She is a major political player and the current President of the Bhutan National Legal Institute.

Letizia Of Spain

Queen Letizia of Spain is one of the royal world’s favorite fashion trendsetters. She was a journalist and a news anchor before her marriage to King Felipe in 2004. In 2015 she was named the Ambassador of Nutrition in the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization.

Eugenie Of The UK

Princess Eugenie of York is ninth in line to succeed the throne after her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth. She currently works as an associate director at an art gallery in London. She lived in New York for one year to work as a benefit auctions manager before returning to London in 2015.

Marie-Chantal Of Greece

Marie-Chantal is the current Crown Princess of Greece, although she is a London native. She is married to Pavlos, son of the deposed King Constantine, and converted to Greek Orthodoxy so they could be wed. Pavlos is the heir apparent to the defunct throne of Greece (the country no longer has a monarchy) and is also a Danish prince. In 2000, Marie-Chantal founded, and still directs, her own children’s clothing line.

Jetsun Pema Of Bhutan

Queen Jetsun Pema is also known as the “dragon queen” of Bhutan, and the wife of King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck. To Asian nations, Jetsun is a fashion icon who combines traditional style clothing with vibrant colors and design. The royal couple had their first child in February, 2016.

Mette-Marit Of Norway

Crown Princess of Norway, Mette-Marit, is next in line to succeed the throne next to her husband, Crown Prince Haakon. Also a commoner before her marriage, she came from an unfortunate upbringing and was a single mother before meeting her husband. Since the royal wedding in 2000, she has become well known for her philanthropic work and humanitarian efforts in the arts.

Manohara Odelia Pinot Of Malaysia

Manohara Oledia is a controversial royal figure. Once an Indonesian model, she married Malaysian Prince Tengku Fakhry in 2008. Her mother claimed that he abducted the new princess. She was only 16 at the time of their marriage. Manohara reported abuse during the marriage and escaped to Indonesia in 2009, spurning all gifts and grand gestures from the Prince attempting to win her back.

Charlene Of Monaco

Charlene of European nation could be a former Olympic swimmer and married her husband in Gregorian calendar month of 2011. The wedding day did not go as smoothly as expected though. Following the marriage, it was discovered that Charlene had attempted to call off the wedding and runaway three separate times prior to the ceremony.
Despite this, the couple are still currently married and appear to be happier. She presently is a Special Olympics Ambassador and could be a vogue icon in elite.
The couple have 2 youngsters and heirs to the throne of European nation, Jacques and Gabriella.

Clotilde Courau Of Venice

Clotilde Courau, Princess of Venice, is an award-winning French actress and is a Dame of the Arts in France.

She married the last powerful aristocrat of Venezia, Italy in 2003 and the pair have two children together.
She was a contentious bride at the time of their wedding in Rome, as she was six months pregnant with their first child.

Elisabeth Of Germany

Elisabeth von Thurn und Taxis is a member of the royal German house Thurn und Taxis. She could be a German journalist UN agency lives in London and works as vogue editor for Vogue.
She additionally writes a column for the Vatican’s magazine, mainly focused on faith and values.
In 2015 she caused a firestorm of dispute once posting associate Instagram of a unfortunate reading Vogue, saying, “…there area unit readers everywhere!
” which was criticized as being cruel and tasteless.

Charlotte Of Monaco

Princess Charlotte Casiraghi is eighth in line to the throne of Monaco. Her maternal grandmother was the former Princess of Monaco, Grace Kelly, and is named after her paternal grandmother, the Duchess of Valentinios. She keeps her personal life fairly private, although her romantic life is discussed heavily in public. She had a son out of wedlock with actor Gad Elmaleh in 2013, however the two have since split. It’s rumored that the cause of the split was Gad’s busy schedule and his apparent lack of desire to spend time with Charlotte and their son.

Theodora Of Greece And Denmark

Theodora is a Princess of Greece and Denmark, since she is a descendant of Danish royal ancestry and Greek ancestry. She is a working actress with an extensive filmography, operating under the stage name Theodora Greece. She currently resides in Los Angeles, California.

Máxima Of The Netherlands

Máxima of the Netherlands is the first Queen consort since the year 1890. She is married to King Willem-Alexander, and they have three daughters together. She is also the first Queen consort to not only have been a commoner, but to have been born outside of Europe (in Argentina).

Madeleine Of Sweden

Princess Madeleine of Sweden is also known as the Duchess of Hälsingland and Gästrikland. She was born as third in line to the Swedish throne, but has since become sixth in line after the birth of three nieces and nephews. She is regarded as one of the world’s top beauties and is a philanthropist who focuses on raising awareness surrounding child abuse. For as stunning as she is though, she’s had her fair share of heartbreak. In 2011 her wedding was called off after it was revealed her former fiance-to-be had an affair with a 21 year old during their engagement. Madeleine has since found her Prince Charming though and married in 2013.

Haya Of Jordan

Haya bint Hussein is the junior wife of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid and is known as the Princess of Jordan. She graduated from Oxford University and is the two-term President of the International Federation of Equestrian Sports. She has two children with the Sheikh.

Mathilde Of Belgium

Queen Mathilde of Belgium is married to King Phillipe, and is the first Belgian-born queen who is a member of nobility by birth. She speaks four languages (Dutch, French, Italian and English) and holds a Masters Degree in Psychology. She serves as a Special Representative for the World Health organization and is the honorary President of UNICEF Belgium.

Keisha Of Nigeria

Keisha Omilana is the Princess of Nigeria and wife of Prince Kunle Omilana. She is a model and philanthropist, but takes pride in being a businesswoman first and foremost. She has one child with her husband, a son named Diran King.

Tatiana Of Greece And Denmark

Princess Tatiana of Greece and Denmark is the wife of Prince Nikolaos and sister-in-law of Princess Theodora. She has a BA degree in sociology from Georgetown University and used to work for Diane Von Furstenberg as an event planner. She resigned her position in 2010 to focus on living the royal lifestyle.
Princess Märtha Louise Of Norway

Princess Märtha Louise of Norway is the fourth in line to succeed the Norwegian throne, after her brother Haakon (heir apparent) and his two children. She is a certified physiotherapist but has chosen to open her own entertainment business as opposed to practicing physiotherapy. She founded a charity, Her Royal Highness Princess Märtha Louise’s Fund, that assists disabled children under the age of 16.

Ameerah Of Saudi Arabia

Princess Ameerah of Saudi Arabia has a degree in Business Administration from the University in New Haven. She was previously married to Prince Alwaleed al-Taweel, a man who was almost 30 years her senior, and they divorced in 2013. She is an active humanitarian and strives for women’s rights in the Middle East. She wishes to become one of the first woman to drive on Saudi roads.

Lalla Salma Of Morroco

Princess Lalla Salma of Morroco is the wife of King Mohammed, and the first female Moroccan ruler to be given a royal title publicly. She has two children with her husband and is also honored as the Dame Grand Cross in Belgium, Spain and Senegal. She founded a cancer prevention association and is actively involved with HIV and AIDS prevention in Africa.

Stephanie Of Luxembourg

Originally born as a Countess, Grand Duchess Stephanie received a new title upon her marriage to Duke Guillaume, the heir to the Luxembourg throne. She is also the Princess of Nassau, as well as Parma. She is fluent in German, English and French, but can also speak a little Russian, as she studied in Moscow for a short time.

Tamara Of Spain

Princess Tamara is of Polish and Spanish ancestry, and although royalty, works as a sportswoman and model. She has appeared on many television programs, including reality TV shows that include Cirque de Celebrity and Australian Princess. On her father’s side she belongs to a noble family from Poland before World War I, and is the descendant of Kings from Spain and France.

Masako Of Japan

Princess Masako of Japan is a member of the Imperial House of Japan through her marriage to the Crown Prince, Naruhito. Once her husband ascends to the throne, she will become the Empress Consort to the nation. After the birth of the royal couple’s daughter, plans to change the law prohibiting a female heir from claiming the throne have been widely debated. The birth of her nephew has thwarted this possibility, temporarily.
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