There is a lot that goes with being royalty. The riches, fame, and attention make royal envied. They also have style, poise, and impeccable taste in fashion. Beauty is another huge part of being royalty. Here are some of the most beautiful royal women in the world.
Sirivannavari of Thailand
Princess Sirivannavari of Thailand was ranked one of the 20 hottest royals by Forbes in 2009. She was raised in the UK with her mother and now lives in Thailand with her father and her grandfather, the King. She is 30-years-old and is an art and sports enthusiast. She also has a passion for high fashion.
Myra Madihah of Malaysia
Tunku Myra is the princess of Malaysia, and she is the royal daughter of Besar Kecil of Negeri. She has been married for 10 years to Jaafar-Greaves. She owns her own management company and is popular in high society.
Mary Of Denmark
Mary of Denmark is the wife of Prince Frederick, who is first in line to the nation’s throne. She was born in Australia and met her husband at a pub in Sydney. They are said to have had a fairytale romance, and they have four children together.
Claire Of Belgium
In 2003, Princess Claire married Prince Laurent, and they share three children together. Her brother-in-law is Philippe, King of Belgium. Before she got married, she worked as a land surveyor and didn’t move to Belgium until she was three-years-old. She is passionate about environmental and animal welfare charities.
Zara Of the UK
Zara Tindall is the second oldest grandchild of Queen Elizabeth. She is currently married to an ex-Rugby player named 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 Nassar is one of the three wives of Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa. She has a BA in Sociology and was awarded an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Virginia Commonwealth University. She has many foreign honors, and of the three wives, she is the one who represents her husband at international conventions and events.
Victoria Of Sweden
The Crown Princess Of Sweden, Victoria, is the next in line to the throne. She will be the fourth queen is Sweden’s history. In 1980, her title was changed from Duchess to Princess, when a law reform allowed the throne successor to be male or female, regardless of marriage. She is one of the three crown heiresses in the world.
Rania Of Jordan
Queen Rania of Jordan is best known for her work with health, education, youth, and community empowerment. Her husband is King Abdullah bin al-Hussein, and they have two sons and two daughters. She holds an honorary Masters Degree in International Cooperation and Development from the University of Rome.
Sonam Of Bhutan
Princess Sonam of Bhutan is the daughter of the fourth King of Bhutan and has been married since 2009 to Dasho Phub W. Dorji. She has a degree from Stanford University and a Masters in Law from Harvard. She is the current President of the Bhutan National Legal Institute and is a major political player.
Letizia Of Spain
One of the royal world’s favorite fashion trendsetters is Queen Letizia of Spain. Before marrying King Felipe in 2004, she worked as a journalist and news anchor. In 2015. She was named the Ambassador of Nutrition in the UN Food and Drug Organization.
Marie-Chantal of Greece
Even though Marie-Chantal is a London native, she is the Crown Princess of Greece. Her husband is Pavlos, the son of King Constantine, and converted to Greek Orthodoxy so that they could get married. Greece no longer has a monarchy, but her husband is also a Danish prince. She owns her own clothing line.
Jetsun Pema of Bhutan
Queen Jetsun Pema is known as the “dragon queen,” and is married to King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck. Asian nations consider her a fashion icon because her style combines traditional style clothing with vibrant colors and design. She and her husband welcomed their first child in February 2016.
Mette-Marit oof Norway
Mette-Marit is the Crown Princess of Norway. She is next in line for the throne, alongside her husband, Crown Prince Haakon. She had an unfortunate upbringing and was raised by a single mother. She was married in 2000, and since then, has been working on humanitarian efforts in the arts.
Manohara Odelia Pinot Of Malaysia
Manohara is a controversial royal figure. Before marrying Malaysian Prince Tengku Fakhry in 2008, she was an Indonesian model. She was only 16 at the time that they were married, and her mother claims that her husband abducted her. Manohara says that she was abused during her marriage, and she escaped to Indonesia in 2009. She refused to take all gifts and gestures the Prince gave her in an attempt to win her back.