The Most Beautiful Princesses and Queens of the World and Their Secrets

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Princesses and Queens live not only in the UK, but also in other countries – Spain, Jordan, Monaco. They are considered to be real icons of style, beauty and charm, and their life stories could become a base of fascinating TV series. Which Swedish Princess posed nude for men's magazines? What did the Queen of Spain do for living? How did an ordinary Russian girl manage to marry a Prince? We’re presenting a selection of the most beautiful Princesses and Queens of the world and revealing some of their secrets.

Queen Rania, Jordan

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Jordan Queen Rania al-Abdullah is considered to be one of the most beautiful rulers of the world. Rania was born in Kuwait in the family of Palestinians, but in the early 90’s her family was forced to flee to Jordan due to political repression. Rania graduated from University, spent a few years abroad and received a degree in business administration.

With her future husband, Abdullah II, the girl met in a bank office in 1993. Just a few months after meeting, they were married and gave birth to four children.

One of the main goals of 49-year-old Rania is protection of Jordan women and children’s right. The Queen actively participates in charitable activities, helps to develop educational projects and health programs. Rania’s influence is also significant in the international political arena: the Queen stands in defense of the Palestinians and promotes the interests of her homeland.

Princess Madeleine, Sweden


Princess Madeleine Theresa Amelia Josephine is the youngest daughter of King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden. Madeleine’s life could be the basis for the series, no less intriguing than the British Crown. The girl could not marry her lover Jonas Bergstrom for several years, because according to tradition, the youngest daughter of the king can not tie the knot before the crown Princess. Only in 2009, after the wedding of her elder sister, Madeleine was able to announce her engagement. However, just a couple of months later, the Princess and Jonas suddenly broke up.

In 2012, Madeline has finally found her happiness: she married Christopher O'Neill, whom she met by chance in New York. Now, the couple has three children.

Madeleine has an excellent education. In her youth, she was professionally engaged in equestrian sport and now is actively involved in charitable activities. In particular, the Princess supports the World Childhood Foundation, an organization created by Madeleine’s mother.

Princess Sofia, Sweden


Those who think Meghan Markle is not the right woman for Prince Harry, just have not heard about the spouse of Carl Philip - the older brother of Madeleine. Princess Sofia had a stormy youth: she worked as a waitress, and then began to build a career as a model, was photographed topless for a men's magazine and even took part in a provocative reality show Paradise Hotel.

However, after meeting her future husband, Sophia had to radically change her life and to become a worthy representative of the Royal dynasty. Still, Charles Philip’s family wasn’t ready to immediately accept Sophia: only after the Prince has threatened to abdicate, the parents agreed to his marriage with a scandalous model. Now, the couple is very happy and has two sons.

Queen Máxima of the Netherlands

Maxima Zorreguieta Cerruti and the future king of the Netherlands Willem-Alexander’s wedding could not have been undertaken, too, but this time it was not the groom's parents who opposed it, but the country's Parliament. Maxima was born in Argentina; her father was Minister of agriculture in the government of dictator Videla. For the Netherlands, it was unacceptable to let the spouse of the future king be associated with this bloody regime.

In the end, the Parliament went to meet the Prince with one condition: the bride could not invite her parents to the wedding. Despite all the obstacles, in 2002, Willem-Alexander and Maxima have tied the knot.

Maxima became the iconic Queen of the Netherlands: she participates in numerous governmental programs designed to improve the financial literacy of the population, accompanies her husband in international travel and raises three daughters.

Queen Letizia, Spain


Another story about a modern Cinderella. Although self-confident and self-sufficient Queen Letizia is the least like Cinderella. She was born in the family of journalists and followed in her father’s footsteps. She graduated from the prestigious Complutense University, receiving bachelor's and master's degrees. The future Queen of Spain worked in news publications, on TV and even won awards for her professional achievements. There was only one dark spot in Letizia’s flawless biography: she had already been married before meeting Prince Felipe of Asturias.


Nevertheless, in 2004 Letizia married the future monarch of Spain. Over 1.5 billion worldwide viewers watched the wedding ceremony. Now, Letizia has the title of the Queen consort: she is a diligent wife and a mother of several children. Although, sometimes Letizia allows herself to break Royal Protocol and demonstrate feelings for Felipe in public. But her subjects forgive her.

Princess Jetsun Pema, Bhutan


Beautiful Jetsun Pema is the wife of the fifth king of Bhutan, as well as his distant relative. Despite the fact, that Bhutan allows polygamy, the king assured his subjects that Jetsun would remain his only Queen. "Uniquely beautiful, intelligent and graceful," were the words he used to describe his future wife when announcing their engagement.

As the Queen, Jetsun accompanies her husband on trips around the country and always tries to pay attention to ordinary people. She is also very concerned about environmental issues, and Jetsun is involved in initiatives that are designed to protect nature. The Queen of Bhutan partners with organizations that help children with developmental issues, and does her best to make her country prosper.

Princess Beatrice, Monaco


In the media, the Princess Beatrice Borromeo, is often compared to Meghan Markle, although in fact there is nothing common between the girls. Beatrice comes from an ancient Milanese family, which is still considered to be very influential in her homeland. Beatrice graduated from University with a degree in journalism, worked as a reporter and a TV presenter.

She met her future husband, Prince Pierre Casiraghi, at University in 2008, but the press was never able to find out more details about how the lovers ' relationship developed. Seven years later, Beatrice and Pierre married. The wedding was solemn, the bride changed four dresses.

However, Beatrice doesn’t really care what she looks like. In interviews, the Princess often admits that she likes wearing tiaras and dresses. More than that, she allows herself to appear in public in jeans and stretched out sweaters. Despite this, Beatrice is considered to be one of the most beautiful princesses in the world.

Princess Amira al-Tawil, Saudi Arabia


Princess Amira al-Tawil is a rebel rebel of the Royal family from Saudi Arabia. She doesn't wear traditional women's clothing that fully hides the head and face, actively advocates for women's rights and demands to give them more freedom. In the country where women don’t have many rights, Amira decided to divorce with her husband, Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal.

Although now Amira is not an official member of the Royal family, she is still called a Princess. Amira runs a charity and struggles for all women to have the opportunity to live their unloved husband and start a new life.

Princess Ekaterina of Hanover, UK

Ekaterina Malysheva is a girl from Russia, who fulfilled the dream of many of her compatriots and married a real Prince. Ekaterina was born in the Murmansk region and lived in Moscow with her parents for some time. But then her family moved to Prague, and then the future Princess entered the famous London College of fashion to become a fashion designer. Catherine met Prince Ernst August of Hanover at one of the parties in London. The luxurious wedding of Ekaterina and Ernst, which took place in 2017, was attended by many influential people, including members of the royal family. But the Prince’s father refused to attend the ceremony: from the very beginning, he did not approve of his son’s marriage, claiming that Malysheva was interested only in the title of Princess of Hanover and Ernst’s money.

Despite the gloomy predictions of the groom's father, Ernst and Ekaterina are still together and raise two children - a girl and a boy.


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