The Top 10 Princesses in the World Today:
10. Jetsun Pema, Princess of Bhutan
While this princess may be the youngest on the list, she also happens to be the queen consort of King Jigme Khesar of Thimpu. As a unit they both serve the mountain country of Bhutan, the country is so cut off from the outside that they do not even have internet. Fairly recently the beautiful mountain country just got television and radio. Although her family has strong ties to royalty, she was raised as a commoner. Her beautiful character and kindheartedness make her a beloved ruler to the devoted people of her country. Even though she may be young, being only twenty-three, with her warm heart and kind spirit combined with the wisdom that will comes with age, she will prove to be a great ruler to her people.
9. Keisha Omilana, Princess of Nigeria
Before marrying Nigerian prince Adekunie Adebayo Omilana, Princess Keisha had a great deal of success in the fashion world. Originally born in California, she took the place of a friend in a fashion show and from that moment she fell in love with the runway and fortunately managed to become a huge success. In fact she became so much of a success that she made history as the very first African-American woman to be the featured model in three Pantene commercials in a row; this feat earned her the grand title in the fashion world as “The best hair of business in town”.
8. Tatiana, Princess of Greece and Denmark
Though Princess Tatiana is a descendant from royal blood, she had a very “normal” upbringing. She worked as publicity personnel for fashion designer Diane Von Furstenburg and she was even an event planner at one point. Tatiana met Prince Nikolaos of Greece and Denmark through her job and the two were wed in 2010. After the wedding she stopped her prior works and puts all her time and effort into raising funds for charities and her royal engagements.
7. Zara Phillips, England
Probably best known for her achievements as an accomplished equestrian and her many medals and awards won during the 2012 Olympics, Zara Phillips is also the daughter of Princess Anne of England. Being of royal blood this princess has enjoyed a life full of unparalleled royal privileges. From a young age this princess has chosen horses and riding over tiaras and ball gowns. In 2005 Zara married fellow athlete Mike Tindal.
6. Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden
Princess Victoria is the first female heir that has received the throne since 1720. While this princess may have a male sibling, the throne is given to the eldest child regardless of gender. Following in Victoria’s fashion her daughter will one day take over the throne, even if she were to have any sons in the future. The princesses’ early life was not quite a fairy tale; she suffered from several eating disorders and suffered many traumas as a child. Many people blame her issues on her being in the public eye from such a young age. The Swedes are known for having enormous respect for the monarch and this princess has done her very best to live up to their expectations.
5. Madeleine, Princess of Sweden
Madeleine is the younger sister to Princess Victoria. Princess Madeleine is fourth in line to the throne. She not only owns many marvelously beautiful horses but she is also an accomplished equestrian. This princess enjoys activities such as dancing, skiing, and the arts. Madeline has founded a charity named after her that helps young horse riders. This is one princess that takes charity work very seriously especially when it comes to the rights of children. Princess Madeleine is currently married to businessman Christopher O’Neill and is living in New York.
4. Letizia, Princess of the Asturias
Married to Prince Felipe of the Asturias, princess Letizia is heir to the Spanish throne. Prior to her marriage she was a rather successful journalist. She has reported for major events like 9/11 and the presidential election in Washington. Instead of living in a grand palace, Letizia and her family reside in a quiet, private residence close to the Zarzuela Palace. Princess Letizia takes part in a wide variety of charities as well as keeping up with her royal duties.
3. Charlene Wittstock, Princess of Monaco
This beautiful blonde princess is renowned for her impeccable sense of fashion as well as her charitable duties. This princess also happens to be a professional swimmer and even competed in the 2000 Olympics for her South Africa, to which she is a native. Now her fame lies in being the consort to Prince Albert Rainer of Monaco. This princess also holds many galas for her late mothers’ foundation.
2. Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark
Princess Mary is married to the heir to the Danish throne. As if in a fairy tale she met her husband in a pub and it was love at first sight. The courtship between the two was the subject of much media attention and speculation. The progression of their love story truly seemed like something from the pages of a fairy tale book. Mary also has a passion for fashion, and many others in her country emulate her. This princess represents her home country by mostly wearing fashions made in Denmark, boosting the popularity of the brands.
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1. Catherine Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge
Catherine Middleton was married to prince William of Great Britain in 2011. The wedding in fact managed to boost the tourism rate by billions of pounds. The story of Catherine and William is much like that of Princess Mary. Even though this princess may be new to the royal lifestyle she is the most photographed royal in the entire world. Not only is she beautiful, but Catherine greatly resembles the late, great Princess Diana. Both Diana and Catherine share their intelligence and kindness for others. Princess Catherine recently gave birth to her first child, a little boy named George Alexander Louis.