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It is every girl’s dream to be a princess. And rightfully, they are princesses in their own world. But, then there are some real-life princesses who have the title based on heritage and what they have inherited. Regardless, like every other girl, they have their own lives and from their lives, we learn one thing- to stay grounded.
Meet some of the real-life princesses below.
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- #1 Luxembourg: Princess Alexandra
- #2 United Kingdom: Lady Amelia Windsor
- #3 Belgium: Princess Luisa Maria
- #4 Jordan: Princess Iman
- #5 Monaco: Princess Charlotte Casiraghi
- #6 Japan: Princess Mako
- #7 Greece and Denmark: Princess Maria-Olympia
- #8 Austria: Princess Gabriella
- #9 Monaco: Princess Pauline
- #10 Asturias, Spain: Princess Infanta Leonor
#1 Luxembourg: Princess Alexandra
Princess Alexandra is the daughter of Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa—she is fifth in line to the throne. The 24-year-old is an ardent fan of sports and participated in the Wimbledon tournament. She has a love for languages and speaks five languages fluently. Her full name is Alexandra Josephine Teresa Charlotte Marie Wilhelmine.
#2 United Kingdom: Lady Amelia Windsor
This 20-year-old is the youngest daughter of George Windsor, Earl of St. Andrews. Lady Amelia aims to be a journalist. She is the first person from the royal family to appear on the cover of Tatler, and she is passionate about fashion. She frequently attends balls and other social events.
#3 Belgium: Princess Luisa Maria
The 21-year-old Princess Luisa Maria is the daughter of Princess Astrid of Belgium and Lorenz, Arch-Duke of Austria-Este and is ninth in line to the throne.This gorgeous princess is studying in the United Kingdom.
#4 Jordan: Princess Iman
The 20-year-old beauty is the eldest daughter of King Abdullah II and Queen Rania from Jordan. She is sometimes seen accompanying her royal mother during charity events. She is pursuing her education at the University Of Georgetown, Washington, USA.
#5 Monaco: Princess Charlotte Casiraghi
The 29-year-old grand-daughter of Hollywood star Grace Kelly, Princess Charlotte Casiraghi is fourth in line to the Monaco throne. She graduated from Sorbonne and has worked in Above, a London-based magazine.
#6 Japan: Princess Mako
The eldest daughter of Akihito, the Emperor of Japan, Princess Mako of Akishino is 24 years old. She was in Internet star during her childhood and an anime culture symbol.
She successfully graduated from the International Christian University in Tokyo, and studied in Austria.
#7 Greece and Denmark: Princess Maria-Olympia
The 20-year-old beauty and her family live in England. She studies graphic design and art history in New York and has an internship at Dior Fashion House. Though the monarchy of Greece is no longer existent, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of the last king still hold their titles.
#8 Austria: Princess Gabriella
The youngest child of Archduke Carl Christian and Archduchess Marie-Astrid of Austria, Gabriella Maria Pilar Yolande Joséphine Charlotte is 22 years old. Though the monarchy is no longer present in Austria, the members of the royal family still have their titles.
#9 Monaco: Princess Pauline
The daughter of Princess Stephanie of Monaco and Daniel Ducruet, Princess Pauline Grace Maguy is a 22-year-old professional rhythmic gymnast and diver. She is fourteenth in the line to the throne. The princess loves the circus and participates in the annual International Circus Festival.
#10 Asturias, Spain: Princess Infanta Leonor
Princess Leonor is 12-years-old, the daughter of Spanish monarchs, King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain. Despite her young age, she accompanies her parents during official events as a possible heir to the throne. And she goes to school and lives her life like a regular 12-year-old.
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