When it comes to royal style, we’ve all become extremely well-versed in tracking the signature looks of Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle. But beyond the most famous figures of the British monarchy, there are plenty of chic royals worthy of our attention across the globe. From Sweden to Thailand, Japan, Greece, Norway and more, you may not have even known these countries had royal families, let alone incredibly stylish princesses, duchesses and others to put on your radar. Click through to see the world’s most stylish royals to know.
Not only is the Thai princess a frequent style star front row at Paris Fashion Week, she also has a background in fashion design herself. The royal studied at Chulalongkorn University before being invited by Pierre Balmain to present her collection in Paris in 2007. Since then, she’s launched her own label, Sirivannavari, which includes ready-to-wear and accessories.
The Duchess of Värmland is the wife of Prince Carl Philip, Duke of Värmland. Before marrying into the Swedish royal family in 2015, she was a model and starred on Swedish reality show, Paradise Hotel.
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The 21-year-old It girl is the oldest daughter of the active Instagram user.and his wife, Princess . At the age of 17, she interned in Dior’s couture atelier and later studied photography at Parsons School of Design. The style star is often spotted at fashion industry events and has walked the runway for Dolce & Gabbana at Milan Fashion Week. She’s also one of the few royals who’s an
Born in California, she traveled back and forth between the United States and Saudi Arabia before becoming a princess when she married HRH Prince Sultan bin Fahad bin Nasser bin Abdulaziz in 1998. The stylish Saudi royal—who’s also a low-key street style star at Fashion Week—was also briefly the editor-in-chief of Vogue Arabia before being dismissed in April 2017.
Before marryingin 2004, the Spanish royal was formerly a journalist and news anchor. In 2014, she became Queen of Spain and has since brought her elegant, sophisticated sense of style to all her royal engagements.
Before marrying Prince Albert II in 2011, Charlene was an Olympic swimmer for South Africa. Since becoming Princess of Monaco, her regal style has been something to watch—from minimal silhouettes to striking gowns. In 2014, she and Prince Albert welcomed twins:and .
While studying at Collège Alpin International Beau Soleil, Claire Lademacher metand the two married in 2013. Now known as Princess Claire of Luxembourg, the royal oft steps out in feminine frocks and chic headwear ranging from hats to fascinators and of course, tiaras.
You may recognize Princess Eugenie and her sister Princess Beatrice from the over-the-top hats they wore to Prince William and Kate Middleton‘s 2011 wedding, but the royal doesn’t get nearly as much press as her other family members. Currently ninth in line to the British throne, Eugenie will have a royal wedding of her own this year as she plans to wed Jack Brooksbank in October.
Older sister to Princess Eugenie, Beatrice is currently eighth in line to the British throne. Like her sister, she’s often spotted at fashion events—most recently including her appearance at the 2018 Met Gala in New York.
Though marrying Prince Kunle Omilana made her a Nigerian royalty, Princess Keisha currently resides in London. Aside from her royal title, Keisha actually has a pretty extensive resume of her own. After receiving a degree in fashion, she went on to become a model and most notably became the first black woman to be featured in three consecutive Pantene commercials. Most recently, she’s launched A Crown of Curls, a public workshop for curly-haired women.
Upon marrying Prince Abdullah II of Jordan in 1993, Rania became Princess consort. In 1999, she became Queen of Jordan after her husband ascended the throne. Since then, she has become known for her extensive philanthropic work, most notably with children’s organizations, and her impeccable style.
Before marrying own blog where she shares posts about her charitable projects along with recipes and more., Princess Tatiana worked in fashion PR for Diane von Furstenberg. Currently, she has her
Taking the throne at just 21 years old, Queen Jetsun Pema became the youngest queen in the world. Before marrying His Majesty (Druk Gyalpo) Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, known as the Dragon King, she studied psychology and art history at Regent’s University in London. She’s currently one of the world’s only monarchs to have her own Instagram account.
As the eldest child of King Carl XVI, the Crown Princess of Sweden is the heir apparent to the throne. When she does in fact ascend to the throne, she will become Sweden’s first queen regnant since 1720.
Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser is the consort of Sheikh Forbes’ 100 Most Powerful Women list. Moza has also become known for her fashion-forward style and frequently collaborates with designers to create pieces that fit Qatari modesty rules.in Qatar. Her heavy involvement with the nation’s politics and philanthropic causes is rare for a wife of royalty in the Middle East—which helped land her on
The Argentinean marriedin 2002 and became Queen of The Netherlands when he ascended the throne in 2013. The Queen frequently makes bold fashion choices in glamorous ball gowns and over-the-top hats.
Married to, Princess Lalla Salma is the first wife of a Moroccan ruler to be given an official royal title—a title which she has held since 2002. Though she typically keeps a relatively low-profile, when she does attend royal engagements, her style is typically comprised of bold colors and prints to go along with her bright red curls.
Princess Sikhanyiso is the oldest child of King “Hail Your Majesty.”, Swaziland’s reigning king. Though she’s one of about thirty children, the Princess has stood out for getting her Master’s degree from Sydney University and also for speaking out against some of her country’s traditions. Along with her royal title, she also has a single out called
Though she’s 37th in line for the British throne, the third cousin of Prince Harry and Prince William is certainly one to watch. The 22-year-old royal/It girl has close connections with the fashion world and has previously walked the runway at Dolce & Gabbana. Though she’s already a model, Amelia is currently studying at The University of Edinburgh and has interned for both Azzedine Alaia and Bulgari. You can typically find her front row at Fashion Week or on Instagram, as one of the only British royals to have her own account.
Originally from Paris, Marie became Princess of Denmark when she married Prince Joachim in 2008, becoming the prince’s second wife. The royal has become known for her fashion sense—often stepping out in daring prints and elegant dresses.
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Marie-Chantal has been the Crown Princess of Greece since marrying Marie-Chantal, where she designs clothing for girls and boys.in 1995. Along with sporting her own fashion-forward style, the Princess also has her own namesake baby and kid’s fashion brand,
The 26-year-old is the eldest grandchild of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko and the daughter of Fumihito, Prince Akishino, and Kiko, Princess Akishino. But Princess Mako is currently engaged to a commoner and if she chooses to go through with the marriage, she will lose her royal title.
Fourth in line to the Norwegian throne, Princess Märtha Louise is the only daughter ofand . Along with her regal style, the Princess is also a certified and has her own non-profit organization, Princess Märtha Louise’s Fund, which helps disabled children.
Though Charlotte chooses not to use any royal titles, she is ninth in line to the throne in Monaco. The It girl is a mainstay on the fashion scene—frequently popping up at runway shows and events and showing off her cool girl style along the way.
The Crown Princess of Norway will likely become Queen once her husband,, ascends to the throne. The stylish couple is active in Norway’s politics and social scene and have been married since 2001.
Though she technically no longer has a royal title after divorcingin 2013, she’s oft still referred to as “Princess Ameera.” Despite the fact that her royal duties are behind her, she’s extremely active in humanitarian and charity efforts and a symbol of women’s rights in the Saudi society.
Currently 17th in the line of succession to the British throne, Zara is the only daughter of Princess Anne and the second eldest grandchild of Queen Elizabeth II. She’s a British equestrian who won a silver medal at the 2012 Olympics.
The youngest daughter of Swedishand , Princess Madeleine is seventh in line to the throne. An avid fan of pastels and florals, the Princess’s style is the perfect mix of femininity and elegance.
Princess Stéphanie is married to, the to the throne of . Her full title is “Her Royal Highness Princess Stéphanie Marie Claudine Christine, Hereditary Grand Duchess of Luxembourg.” Though her fashion choices are typically minimal and classic, her regal style is not one to skip out on.
The most-recent addition to stylish royals across the globe is Alessandra de Osma, who married Peru’s Prince Christian of Hanover this past March. The stunning wedding hosted a stylish guest list including Kate Moss, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice. Making for a truly stunning bride, Alessandra is one to watch now that she’s officially a Peruvian royal.
This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US.
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