Although they might be rich and have genetic lineage fit for a, well, king, these young royals are just now making a splash in the limelight, and might soon be giving Prince William and Kate Middleton a run for their money. These noble members of the monarchy are gorgeous, powerful — and they're not even 31 yet!
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At only 13, the young princess has the responsibility of being second in line to the throne. She eventually will succeed her father and become Norway's second-ever female monarch. It must be a lot of pressure for a teenager, but she appears to have the sassiness to back it up.
Although she doesn't have a fancy title (yet), this 30-year-old is eighth in line to the throne. Her grandparents were the late Rainier III, Prince of Monaco, and actress Grace Kelly. She's also an official equestrian "ambassador" of the Gucci label and frequently pops up on "best dressed" lists.
Charlotte's younger brother, the 29-year-old prince, is seventh in line to the throne. The line of succession is a long one, though, with his twin cousins, his mother, his brother Andrea, his nephew Alexandre, and his niece India Casiraghi all in line ahead of him.
The 20-year-old daughter of Crown Princess Marie-Chantal and Crown Prince Pavlos might be a royal in name only (the monarchy in Greece was abolished in 1973), but she's already a mainstream name in fashion. At 18, she was featured in W magazine's 2014 "New Royals" spread, and today she now lives in New York where she models.
As the oldest child of King Philippe and Queen Mathilde, she's the next heir to the Belgian throne. The 15-year-old young royal, who can speak Dutch, French, and English, will be Belgium's first queen once she ascends the rank.
The 30-year-old royal is the only daughter of King Vajiralongkorn and Sujarinee Vivacharawongs. Like others on this list, she's a huge name in the fashion world, debuting her collection during Paris Fashion Week when she was only in her early 20s. Another fun fact? She renamed Tachai Island to "Sirivannavari," after herself.