The Ultimate Singles: 5 Handsome Royal Bachelors From Around the World - LA Lives

These blue-blooded men have royal duties but pursue their passions simultaneously.

Usually, what makes an eligible bachelor is a level of wealth, social status, and certain personal qualities. So if we look among the world’s royals, there’s surely fortune under their name—and the ultimate stature to boot.

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If you’ve ever dreamed of meeting an athletic prince, fashion model prince, actor prince, or diplomat prince, this article will reveal that they exist!

While you can decide on what personality traits matter most, here are five royal bachelors, all ages 30 years old and below.

Prince Nikolai of Denmark

If you were to skim the pages of Vogue Scandinavia, it’s possible not to notice that one of its striking models is actual royalty. Prince Nikolai of Denmark, who’s seventh in line to the Danish throne, is the son of Prince Joachim and his first wife, Alexandra Countess of Frederiksborg. 

The 22-year-old has appeared in various fashion magazines, on the runways of Dior, and modeling for Burberry at London Fashion Week in 2018. When he signed with Cara Delevingne’s modeling agency, Scoop Models, it was speculated Prince Nikolai would focus on modeling as a profession. 

However, he considers the undertaking as a way to experience more while finishing a degree at Copenhagen Business School. “I do not want a career as a model,” the Prince told Danish magazine Tæt På. “I’d rather look at it as a job, which can help me along the way while educating me.”

Prince Mateen of Brunei

Prince Mateen of Brunei is the tenth child of Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah with his former second wife, Mariam Haji Abdul Aziz. The athletic Prince, who trains in Muay Thai, boxing, polo, and football, has a considerable following on social media.

As of writing, his Instagram profile has 2.3 million followers, where he shares posts exercising his royal duties. Most recently, the 30-year-old shared snippets of his trip to Dubai for the World Government Summit during the World Expo.

Arthur Chatto

The 21-year-old isn’t only a world-record athlete, environmentalist, and fitness trainer—Chatto is also Queen Elizabeth’s great-nephew (he’s the son of Lady Sarah Chatto, who’s Princess Margaret’s daughter). 

In 2020, Chatto’s rowing team competed in the GB Row Challenge. It’s known as the world’s most challenging rowing race due to Britain’s complex tides and unpredictable weather conditions. The organization partners with Plastic Oceans, a charity that works to end plastic pollution.

Chatto’s team became the youngest team ever to finish the race. “We did it in 42 days, 8hrs 23 mins 16 seconds. It was an amazing moment and made it all worth it,” he said in an Instagram post.

Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah of Jordan

Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah is the first-in-line to his father, King Abdullah of Jordan’s throne. When he was 20 years old, the Georgetown University graduate became the youngest person to chair a UN discussion. 

During the UN Security Council Meeting, Prince Hussein pushed for youth empowerment efforts. In 2017, he delivered a speech at the World Economic Forum to address the obstacles Middle Eastern youth face. 

He noted that Jordan’s youth are heavy social media and technology users. Due to this fact, the now 27-year-old pushed for their local tech start-ups, content creators, and young businesspeople to stay progressive. 

“It can be our chance to release the talent, energy, and hopes of millions of men and women; our chance to bridge the gap between what young people see and long for online and what they have offline,” the Prince said in his speech.

Prince Achileas-Andreas of Greece

Prince Achileas-Andreas is the Crown Prince of Greece but is also a member of the Danish royal family. His connections spread throughout European kingdoms with godparents from the royalty of Spain, Bulgaria, and Luxembourg.

When he was 17, the Prince pursued his dream of becoming an actor when he appeared in the US television soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful. The New York University graduate told Paper this experience in his drama classes in boarding school solidified his decision.

” I was only 15 at the time, and performing in front of over 1,500 people was really scary, so I declined the offer.” the now 21-year-old shared. “Then I thought about it, and I was like, ‘This is what I want to do, it’s my dream, it’s my passion, I should take that opportunity.’ So I did it, and it went really well.”

Banner photo from @prinsnikolaidior on Instagram.

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