The World’s Most Eligible Royal Bachelors

Every girl dreams of one day being royalty — let’s blame all those Disney movies! Three years ago, Kate Middleton gave us commoners hope that we could marry a royal when she married Prince William and in honor of their anniversary, we’re rounding up the world’s most eligible royal bachelors!

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Prince Harry of Wales

Do we really need to explain our reasoning for this fun-loving 29-year-old Prince? He's handsome and enjoys a good time (does Vegas ring a bell?).
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Prince Carl Phillip, Duke of Varmland

Here is the handsome 34-year-old Prince of Sweden. Here's bad news: He's been living with girlfriend Sofia Hellqvist since 2010. The good news: Until she has a ring on her finger, we still think of him as eligible!
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Pierre Casiraghi

26-year-old Pierre Casiraghi is third in line to the throne of Monaco, behind his mother and brother, Andrea Albert Pierre Casiraghi. He's the grandson of Princess Grace.
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Prince Azim

31-year-old Prince Azim is third in line to the throne of Brunei. He loves to throw lavish parties; case in point: His birthday party in 2009 was named “Party of the Year” with celebrities like Janet Jackson, Sophia Loren and Mariah Carey in attendance.
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Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum

Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum is the Crown Prince of Dubai and is known for his poetry and equestrian skills. The 31-year-old graduated from the military college Sandhurst and attended London School of Economics.
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Prince Wenzeslaus of Liechtenstein

This 39-year-old prince is one of Europe’s most recognized royals. He even dated Victoria Secret model Adriana Lima.
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Prince Philippos of Greece

Prince Philippos is the son of King Constantine of Greece and Queen Anne-Marie of Denmark. The 27-year-old currently lives in New York City and works at a hedge fund.

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