Yesterday we counted down the world's most eligible royal bachelors, now we're putting the spotlight on princesses who are still waiting for their Prince Charming.
Princesses Beatrice, 22, and Eugenie, 20, of York are the daughters of Prince Andrew of York and Sarah "Fergie" Ferguson. From their wide smiles to their funky frocks and colorful hats, they seem to have inherited their mother's adventurous spirit. The ladies are first cousins to Prince William and Prince Harry, and are fifth and sixth in line to the British throne, respectively.
Another first cousin of the princes is Zara Phillips, the daughter of Britain's Princess Anne and her ex-husband Mark Phillips. Zara is not technically a princess; according to Forbes.com, Princess Anne wished to not burden her children with titles, but the acclaimed equestrian is royal nonetheless, being 12th in line to the British throne.
Princess Charlotte Casiraghi, 24, is not only a member of the Monaco monarchy - she is descended from American film royalty, being the granddaughter of screen legend Grace Kelly. This beautiful young lady, the daughter of Princess Caroline of Monaco and Italian businessman Stefano Casiraghi, is fourth in line to the throne of Monaco.
(Technically, Charlotte was not styled with a title and for the same reason that Zara Phillips doesn't have one. And I believe the correct word would be "Monegasque" to describe the monarchy. Although that would be incorrect, too, because Monaco is a principality and not a monarchy.)
Princess Sirivannavari of Thailand is perhaps the most fashionable princess, having reportedly created her own fashion line and held shows at Bangkok and Paris Fashion Weeks. The 23-year-old is also a champion Badminton player, according to Forbes.com.
Princess Madeleine of Sweden, third in line to the Swedish crown, came close to being married this year, but never fear, the 28-year-old is still available. In April of 2010 she called off her engagement to attorney Jonas Bergstrom amid reports of rumors he had stepped out with another woman, according to the Today show.
(ngl, I posted this just for Charlotte)