The 15 Most Beautiful Royal Women Around the World

This list celebrates the most enchanting royal women worldwide, featuring princesses and queens renowned for their beauty. Each one stands out for her grace and charm, deserving a spot on any list of stunning royals, including those married into or born into some of the wealthiest royal families. Who ranks as the most captivating in your view?

Queen Rania of Jordan, also known as Queen Noor, exemplifies royal elegance and intelligence, making her a perennial figure on lists of the most beautiful women. Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, also captivates many with her class and beauty, alongside her sister Pippa, known for her good looks.

This selection of royal women showcases the beauty and grace present in contemporary monarchies, emphasizing that while you may not find them in provocative magazine spreads, their dignified allure is undeniable.

15. Queen Rania of Jordan

Queen Rania tied the knot with King Abdullah II on June 10, 1993, and they have since welcomed four children. Her active engagement in philanthropy, culture, and education shines through her proficient use of social media platforms like YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

14. Diana, Princess of Wales

Lady Diana Spencer became Princess Diana when she married Prince Charles in July 1981, becoming the mother to Princes William and Harry. Renowned for her charitable work and impeccable fashion sense, Diana’s legacy as a style icon and the “queen of people’s hearts” endures even after her tragic death in a Paris car crash on August 31, 1997.

13. Crown Princess Mary of Denmark

Married to Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark, Crown Princess Mary captured the media’s attention with her fairy-tale romance story, transitioning from a commoner to royalty. Honored as Woman of the Year 2008 by a Danish magazine, she generously donated her award to charitable causes.

12. Crown Princess Masako of Japan

Masako Owada and Naruhito, Crown Prince of Japan, met at the University of Tokyo. Initially hesitant, Masako finally accepted Naruhito’s third proposal on December 9, 1992, embracing a life that would limit her career and personal freedoms for royal duties.

11. Maharani Gayatri Devi of Jaipur

The Maharani, educated in Europe, captivated many with her beauty and fashion sense. An avid horse rider and polo player, she dedicated her life to various philanthropic endeavors.

10. Pippa Middleton

Philippa Charlotte Middleton, known as Pippa, entered the world on September 6, 1983, at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading, Berkshire, England. She is the middle child of three siblings, born to Michael Middleton, a former British Airways flight dispatcher born in 1949, and Carole Middleton (née Goldsmith), born in 1955, who worked as a flight attendant before her children were born.

9. Princess Madeleine of Sweden

Princess Madeleine and her husband, British-born American financier Christopher O’Neill, are proud parents to Princess Leonore and Prince Nicolas, with a third child announced for March 2018.

8. Princess Märtha Louise of Norway

Princess Märtha Louise of Norway, born September 22, 1971, is the sole daughter of King Harald V and Queen Sonja. Renowned for her charitable efforts, especially in supporting children with disabilities, she also has a keen interest in spirituality and alternative healing methods. In 2002, she chose to step back from her royal duties to focus on her career independently, yet she continues to be a vibrant part of the Norwegian royal family’s activities.

7. Grace Kelly

The American film actress who became Princess of Monaco remains the epitome of beauty and style, topping polls as the most beautiful royal even after her death in a car accident on September 14, 1982.

6. Queen Letizia of Spain

Before marrying into royalty, Queen Letizia was a professional journalist and news anchor. She and King Felipe VI have two daughters, making her a pivotal figure in the Spanish royal family.

5. Princess Ameerah of Saudi Arabia

Raised by her divorced mother and grandparents, Princess Ameerah met Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal at 18 and later married him, only to divorce in November 2013. A graduate in Business Administration, she is known for her philanthropic work.

4. Yasmine Pahlavi

Yasmine Pahlavi, who was born on July 26, 1968, is an activist with Iranian-American roots and the former Crown Princess of Iran. She is married to Reza Pahlavi, the final heir to the throne of the erstwhile Imperial State of Iran, and has dedicated herself to advocating for human rights.

3. Crown Prince Hamdan of Dubai

Catherine Oxenberg, born September 22, 1961, is an American actress known for her portrayal of Amanda Carrington on the 1981 soap opera “Dynasty.” Beyond her acting roles, including playing Diana, Princess of Wales, Oxenberg has real-life royal ties through her mother, Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia, making her lineage as captivating as her on-screen personas.

2. Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge

Since marrying Prince William on April 29, 2011, Kate Middleton has become a fashion icon and is celebrated for her charity work, securing her place as one of the most admired royals.

1. Charlotte Casiraghi

A granddaughter of Rainier III and Grace Kelly, Charlotte Casiraghi serves as Gucci’s equestrian ambassador, with her wardrobe exclusively designed by Frida Giannini, highlighting her royal grace and style.

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