The Most Eligible Single Royals Around The World

Even though well-known British royals like Prince Harry and Princess Beatrice are now happily married, that doesn't mean there aren't plenty of other royal singles for fans to swoon over around the world. Still, if your heart won't stop calling out for a sexy British royal single, there's always Queen Elizabeth's grandnephew, Samuel Chatto, an artsy bachelor with a taste for pottery and yoga. But if you're willing to branch out even further, you'll definitely want to check out single royals like the speed-loving Austrian racing driver Ferdinand von Habsburg, as well as Asian royal Prince Abdul Mateen of Brunei.

On the other hand, if you're in the market for an eligible bachelorette, you'll be pleased to find out there's no shortage of smart and sexy royals without a ring on their finger. Some, like the lovely Lady Amelia Windsor, have made it clear they are searching for love, while others, like Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana of Thailand, already have their hands full with a busy schedule that includes running a fashion line. Whether you're searching for a prince or a princess, you'll want to get to know every one of these amazing royal singles.

Prince Hussein bin Abdullah of Jordan is no stranger to giving back

When it comes to eligible royal bachelors, there's no question that Prince Hussein bin Abdullah of Jordan meets the requirements. As noted on his official site, the currently unmarried heir to the Jordan throne was born on June 28, 1994, and was named after his grandfather, the late King Hussein bin Talal, who was the founder of modern-day Jordan. Prince Hussein bin Abdullah attended the King's Academy and later earned a university degree in international history from Georgetown University in 2016. The Crown Prince also received training at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in the U.K., which he completed in 2017. He now holds a captain's rank in the Jordan Armed Forces-Arab Army.

According to Emirates Woman, the Crown Prince is a well-rounded royal bachelor. Not only does Prince Hussein bin Abdullah enjoy hobbies like reading and football, but he's also quite charitable when it comes to giving back through his charity, the Crown Prince Foundation. For example, his Hearing Without Borders initiative focuses on providing hearing-impaired children with cochlear implants as well as training, rehab, and education. 

Prince Hussein is also an adovate for youth empowerment. At just 20 years old, he chaired a U.N. Security Council Meeting, making him the youngest person to ever do so. And in 2020, he spoke at the World Economic Forum about the struggles of young people in the Middle East.

The queen's great-nephew Sam Chatto is a yoga instructor

If you're looking for an eligible British royal, the queen's grandnephew Samuel Chatto is said to be quite the heartthrob. According to SCMP, the son of British actor Daniel Satto and Lady Sarah Chatto (the only daughter of Princess Margaret) is currently 29th in line to the throne. He is the older brother of Arthur Chatto, who is 30th in line for succession. The elder Chatto is alleged to be quite the swoon-worthy royal bachelor. He supposedly recently split from his longtime girlfriend, Sophie Pine, after dating for more than four years, per SCMP. So what else should potential suitors know about Chatto?

As noted by the outlet, the young royal is quite artsy. Chatto attended the University of Edinburgh and received a degree in art history in 2018. He also has his own home studio in West Wessex, where he makes pottery. In 2018, Chatto even completed a six-week apprenticeship at North Shore Pottery in Scotland. If that's not enough to get your heart racing, Chatto is also a professional yoga instructor. In 2019, he went to India and completed more than 200 hours of training over the course of six weeks. On Instagram, Chatto wrote about his yoga training. "It was an incredibly eye-opening experience, which I am so deeply grateful for," he said.

Prince Constantine-Alexios of Greece has a lavish lifestyle

As noted by Insider, the royal bachelor Prince Constantine-Alexios of Greece was born on October 29, 1998, in New York City and was raised in England. Unfortunately, because the Greek monarchy was abolished in 1973, His Highness' role as a royal is purely title-based, meaning the prince won't be ascending to any throne. Still, regardless of the Greek monarchy's standing, Alexios definitely knows how to live a lifestyle fit for royalty, going on lavish vacations and hunting trips. So what else should hopeful suitors know about the prince?

This young royal has attended Wellington College and Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. His friends refer to him by the nickname "Tino." His family is also very friendly with the British royals; his godfather, then 16-year-old Prince William, even attended Prince Constantine-Alexios' christening at the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of St. Sophia in London in 1999 (per SCMP). Prince Constantine-Alexios is close to his family and enjoys spending time with his siblings, Princess Maria-Olympia and Prince Achileas-Andreas, Insider reported. 

As a member of royalty, the prince is no stranger to dropping serious bank for a good time. For example, for his 18th birthday celebration, Alexios threw a Day of the Dead-themed party at the private (and pricey) members-only club Albert's, which is located in Chelsea.

Prince Achileas-Andreas of Greece and Denmark is an actor

If Prince Constantine-Alexios of Greece doesn't suit your fancy, you can also check out his equally fabulous brother, Prince Achileas-Andreas of Greece and Denmark, who's reportedly on the market. According to SCMP, this charming 21-year-old royal has a fascinating family history. The prince is a member of not one but two royal lineages, Greek and Danish.

His father, Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece, is also a member of two royal families, and Andreas' grandfather, Constantine II, was the last king of Greece before the monarchy was abolished. Prince Achileas-Andreas would have been third in line to the throne. The prince's mother, Crown Princess Marie-Chantal (the daughter of Hong Kong billionaire Robert Warren Miller), has an equally impressive background and is even connected to nobility. 

While his parents have led quite the enviable lifestyle, it would appear that Prince Achileas-Andreas is on his own remarkable path. He has dabbled in acting and even starred in a couple of episodes of the popular soap opera "The Bold and the Beautiful." Marie-Chantal was thrilled with her son's acting debut and even shared the news on Instagram. SCMP also notes that Andreas has worked as a model and was featured in a campaign for the luxury brand Zadig & Voltaire.

Ferdinand von Habsburg is a racecar driver

Singles looking for a royal with a need for speed will want to check out Austrian racecar driver Ferdinand von Habsburg. According to the royal's official page, Habsburg has had a longstanding passion for the sport. By age 13, he was already entered in his first international championship. Born on June 21, 1997, Habsburg grew up with a passion for "family, faith, and country." With no mention of a significant other in his bio, it's safe to assume that this swoon-worthy Salzburg native is indeed an eligible royal bachelor.

According to a 2020 interview with the Tatler, the heir to the House of Habsburg has a strong work ethic that has impressed Austria's three-time Formula One World Champion Niki Lauda. "He is a very intelligent boy, who is not resting on his celebrity laurels, but does his work seriously and [is] ambitious," Lauda said. Additionally, Habsburg stated that his love for driving started with his father, who also had a passion for fast cars. Growing up, the royal was engaged in other sports, such as riding and basketball, and was also Austria's national fencing champion, per Tatler. Nowadays, Habsburg is considered a star racer — and, at the time of the interview, was a part of the Belgian Audi Sports WRT Racing Team.

Lady Amelia Windsor is a model

The lovely Lady Amelia Windsor is a consummate example of an eligible British royal bachelorette. As noted by News24 in 2021, this stunning royal had turned to the celebrity dating site Raya in hopes of finding a new romance. A more recent report from 7News stated that "the most beautiful member of the royal family" (as dubbed by Tatler) still appeared to be single. 

Lady Amelia Windsor is the daughter and youngest child of George Windsor (aka the Earl of St. Andrews). She is also the granddaughter of the queen's first cousin, the Duke of Kent. Due to her royal relations, Windsor is 43rd in line to the throne. Unlike those closer to succession, Lady Amelia Windsor doesn't have to follow the same extensive royal protocols. Instead, she has opted to pursue modeling. She is signed to the London modeling agency Storm (which famously repped Kate Moss) and frequently attends fashion events and ceremonies decked out in Chanel and Dior, per 7News. 

During a previous interview with W Magazine, Lady Amelia Windsor declared her love for London fashion and spoke about finding inspiration from others in the industry. Windsor is also an eco-minded royal – according to 7News, in 2021, she sold items from her wardrobe and donated the proceeds to the Cross River Gorilla Project animal protection charity.

Prince Abdul Mateen of Brunei is a real gentleman

As noted by SCMP, the modest-sized Asian nation of Brunei has its own eligible royal bachelor, Prince Abdul Mateen. Located on the island of Borneo, Brunei is actually one of the world's wealthiest countries. The prince's father, His Majesty Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, has a stunning net worth of $28 billion.

Prince Abdul Mateen is a big fan of sports, with his favorite activities including polo, snorkeling, skydiving, golfing, horseback riding, skiing, boxing, and rowing. Additionally, Prince Abdul Mateen is a trained pilot who has received the RAF Wing Badge. He is also a soldier, having earned the rank of second lieutenant in 2011 from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in the U.K. Mateen is also an animal lover who owns white tiger cubs and ocelots; the prince's animals are regularly featured on his Instagram page. 

After a 2016 interview with the prince, GQ Thailand described Prince Abdul Mateen as a "grounded man" who reportedly ends each of his sentences with a "thank you." During the chat with the outlet, the prince stated that despite the attention he receives due to his royal status, he believes it's important to stay humble.

Alexander Charles Ogilvy appears to be single

Although he might not be the first member of the British royal family that people think of, Alexander Charles Ogilvy is an eligible royal bachelor to watch. According to Yahoo!, Ogilvy (who is the grandson of the queen's cousin, Princess Alexandra, and 54th in line to the throne) was previously said to be in a relationship with the granddaughter of Robert Kennedy. However, the pair appeared to part ways sometime in 2017. Ogilvy also recently appeared as an eligible bachelor searching for romance on the series "Proof of Love."

So what else is there to know about this seemingly low-key royal? According to his LinkedIn profile, he double-majored at Brown University, where he studied from 2016 to 2020. Additionally, Town & County stated that Ogilvy is not a working royal and therefore doesn't make frequent appearances at royal events. However, he does typically attend the yearly Trooping the Colour event. Ogilvy's low-profile status also extends to his social media. His Instagram is private, so those hoping to catch some glimpses of this royal bachelor in his day-to-day life are unfortunately out of luck.

Padmanabh Singh, Maharaja of Jaipur, is a polo star

With no sign of a wife or partner, you'll definitely want to check out Padmanabh Singh, the "king" of Jaipur, India. As noted by Insider, this seemingly eligible bachelor appears to be quite the royal catch. Though India's democratic law does not officially recognize Singh's official title, his royal status is still considered well respected. The outlet stated that the Maharaja lives quite the enviable lifestyle — traveling the world, studying in places like New York City and Rome, and amassing a fortune estimated at between $697 million to $2.8 billion (as of 2020). So what else is there to know about India's notable young royal?

In addition to his other pursuits, Singh also loves to play polo and has a serious passion for fashion. Singh has worked as a model and walked in runway shows, including Dolce & Gabbana's show in Milan, Italy in 2018. During an interview with The Indian Express's Indulge, Singh opened up about his life and passions. The Maharaja stated that his life's journey so far has been a great and challenging experience. The Indian royal also spoke about how his fascination with polo initially grew from his love for horses. Similarly, Singh discussed his style, saying that while he keeps an open mind, "I like to keep my style statement simple."

Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana of Thailand is a fashion designer

The fashionable Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana of Thailand appears to be a royal bachelorette. According to SCMP, this style stunner (who is the only daughter of Thai King Vajiralongkorn and his second wife Sujarinee Vivacharawongse) is one seriously multi-talented royal. The princess has her own fashion line called Sirivannavari, which has been internationally recognized since she showed her debut collection to Pierre Balmain back in 2007. 

The princess is also a prize-winning equestrian who initially began riding when she was just 9 years old. Princess Sirivannavari has trained at the International Moniteur d'Equitation, Le Cadre Noir de Saumur in France and is skilled at dressage, eventing, and jumping, per SCMP. She has even competed in the 2013 Southeast Asian Games as a member of the Thai Equestrian team.

Princess Sirivannavari was also a professional badminton player and was on the national team, with her crew winning the gold at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games in the Philippines, the outlet stated. In fact, she even has a badminton tournament named after her: the Princess Sirivannavari Thailand Masters. The royal also enjoys writing poetry.

Princess Elisabeth of Belgium is a future ruler

According to SCMP, this unmarried young princess and heir apparent to the Belgian throne is pretty darn smart. She previously attended UWC Atlantic College in Wales and earned her International Baccalaureate. As of 2021, Princess Elisabeth was poised to attend Lincoln College at Oxford in the U.K., where she planned to major in history and politics. But this royal bachelorette's academic accomplishments aren't the only thing you need to know about her.

The Belgian heir has also completed her one-year military training at the Royal Military Academy Belgium in Brussels. According to SCMP, via The Indian Express, Princess Elisabeth is skilled at shooting, marching, and camouflage techniques. Additionally, she takes her future job as queen very seriously. The outlet noted that the princess has already been assisting with royal duties, even joining her mother, Queen Mathilde, in Kenya on a humanitarian mission to aid refugees. More recently, it was reported that the young princess performed her first public engagement without her parents, christening the country's new research ship, the RV Belgica.

Prince Wenzeslaus of Liechtenstein still hasn't found the one

With a bit more life experience than a fresh-faced young prince, Prince Wenzeslaus of Liechtenstein is still an eligible royal bachelor. As noted by the Daily Mail, this royal (who is the nephew of the country's reigning prince) is in his mid-40s and has a career in finance. Wenzeslaus gets plenty of invites to star-studded events, but reportedly still hasn't found the ideal romantic partner. The outlet stated that, unlike his brothers, Prince Wenzeslaus has never married.

It's been almost two decades since the prince's last public relationship with the former Victoria's Secret model Adriana Lima. News of their romance (and pictures of them engaging in PDA) even made it onto New York's society pages. The couple dated for three years before calling it quits. Since then, the press has spotted Prince Wenzeslaus with numerous stars, including Sports Illustrated model Barbara Palvin and, more recently, a mystery blonde.

Edward Windsor, Lord Downpatrick has a clothing line

As noted by News Australia in 2018, there's still another member of the Windsor family who is considered an eligible royal bachelor. Edward "Eddy" Windsor, also known as Lord Downpatrick, is the grandson of Prince Edward, Duke of Kent (the queen's first cousin), and his godmother was the late Princess Diana. The lord's educational background includes Eton and Oxford, where he played rugby and studied French and German, the outlet noted. He later became an investment banker.

In addition to his other pursuits, Lord Downpatrick has launched a men's clothing line called FIDIR, which he spoke about during an interview with Tatler. According to the royal, his fashion line draws inspiration from the Scottish Highlands and islands. "I quite like to think of myself as an honorary Scot in some ways," he stated. 

Lord Downpatrick said the idea for his menswear collection initially came to him while he was hiking in Scotland. Tatler reported that the label's name, FIDIR, comes from the Gaelic word that means "to feel, experience, explore."

Princess Elisabeth von Thurn und Taxis works for Vogue

A German princess with a passion for fashion, the reportedly single Princess Elisabeth von Thurn und Taxis grew up in a castle decorated with contemporary art, which strongly influenced her own creative choices (per Matches Fashion). Likewise, her mother, Princess Grace, was heavily interested in fashion and art, something that clearly trickled down to this single royal. Princess Elisabeth has a job working as the editor at large for U.S. Vogue, moving between her home in London and her job in New York.

Still, according to the princess, her job in fashion wasn't something she planned for. "I ended up in fashion by accident," she stated, per Matches Fashion. The royal explained that she was initially working for a small magazine in London, but was personally invited by Anna Wintour to work for Vogue when a position opened up. "It was everything I'd ever dreamed of: a column, editor at large, contributing ideas," said Princess Elisabeth. 

In addition to her work in the fashion industry, this royal bachelorette also enjoys yoga, kickboxing, riding, and kite surfing. Her other hobbies include art, going to the theater, and spending time with her friends, the outlet noted.