Royal Kids From Around The World

By David S 7 months ago

1. Prince George of Wales, United Kingdom.

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Born on 22 July 2013 in St Mary's Hospital, London, Prince George of Cambridge is the first Royal Kid on the list. He is the eldest child of William, Prince of Wales, and Catherine, Princess of Wales. George is currently second in line to the English throne after his father.

2. Princess Sofia of Spain

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Currently holding the title Infante of Spain, next on our list is Princess Sofia. Born at the Ruber International Hospital in Madrid, Sofia was present at the final of the Women's World Cup in Australia, where she presented the trophy to the world champions Spain in August 2023.

3. Prince Alexander of Sweden

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Prince Alexander of Sweden was born on 19 April 2016 and is the first son of Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia. The day after his birth this was celebrated with a 21-gun salute in Stockholm. His name and title were announced by the King on 21 April 2016 at a cabinet meeting.

4. Prince Sverre Magnus of Norway

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Once caught dabbing on the balcony of the Royal Palace in the presence of the rest of the royal family, Prince Sverre Magnus of Norway is the youngest child of Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit. He is the third in line for the Norwegian throne after being born in 2005.

5. Prince Dipangkorn Rasmijoti of Thailand

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Currently aged 18 years old, after being born at Siriraj Hospital in Bangkok in 2005, Prince Dipangkorn Rasmijoti of Thailand is first in line to the throne as he is the only recognised son of King Vajiralongkorn. This is a controversial topic, as the king has four other sons he has disowned after divorcing his second wife.

6. Princess Ariane of the Netherlands

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The youngest daughter of King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands and Queen Máxima of the Netherlands is Princess Ariane. There was a scare in 2007 when Ariane was admitted to hospital suffering a lung infection and received over 30K letters from well wishers.

7. Princess Lalla Khadija of Morocco

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Princess Lalla Khadija of Morocco was born on 28 February 2007 and this was also a great day for 9K Moroccan prisoners who were released after a royal pardon was made from King Mohammed VI to celebrate the birth of his daughter. Currently aged 16, Lalla Khadija attends the Royal College of Rabat.

8. Princess Gabriella of Monaco

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Only two minutes older than her twin brother, Princess Gabriella of Monaco was born on 10 December 2014. She is the daughter of Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene. The birth was celebrated with 21 cannon shots from Fort Antoine and church bells rang out for 15 minutes. The day was also declared a national holiday.

9. Prince Hashem of Jordan

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With the official title of His Royal Highness The Prince Hashem of Jordan, Hashem bin Abdullah was born on 30 January 2005. He is a member of the Hashemite dynasty, who have been the reigning family in Jordan since 1921. In August 2023, Prince Hashem was sworn in as Regent for the first time, when the King Abdullah II visited Egypt.

10. Prince Hisahito of Japan

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Second in line to the Japanese throne after his father is Prince Hisahito of Japan. His birth on 6 September 2006, was the first first male child born to the Imperial House of Japan since his father's birth in 1965. Hisahito was involved in some controversy in 2022 when he was accused of plagiarism when writing an award-winning essay about his trip to the Ogasawara islands.

11. Princess Athena of Denmark

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The youngest member of the Danish royal family is Princess Athena. She is very unlikely is become the Queen of Denmark, as she is currently tenth in the line of succession. Due to Royal traditions, her names was not revealed until her christening on 20 May 2012.

12. Prince Jigme Namgyel Wangchuck of Bhutan

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Jigme Namgyel Wangchuck has been the Crown Prince of Bhutan since his birth in 2016. To celebrate the birth 108,000 trees were planted in Bhutan and when he turned one in 2017, a new damselfly species was named Megalestes gyalsey after the Crown Prince.

13. Princess Eléonore of Belgium

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Princess Eléonore of Belgium favourite activities include playing the violin, reading, and drawing. She is the youngest child of King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium after being born on 16 April 2008. Eléonore currently attends a Dutch speaking school and also is learning English and French.

14. Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor of the United Kingdom

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The grandson of King Charles III, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor of the United Kingdom was born on 6 May 2019. His parents are Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex who stepped down from working members of the royal family in 2020 and now live in California, USA.

15. Princess Josephine of Denmark

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The fourth and youngest child of Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary is Princess Josephine of Denmark. She was born on 8 January 2011 in Copenhagen at 10:56 am, 10 minutes after her twin brother. She is fifth in line to the Danish throne. In August 2023 it was announced she would be attending the Kildegård Privatskole school in Hellerup.

16. Princess Salma of Jordan

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In 2020 Princess Salma of Jordan, became the first female jet pilot in the Jordanian Armed Forces after graduating from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in 2018. Salma is a member of the Hashemite family after being born 26 September 2002 at the at King Hussein Medical Center.

17. Prince Jacques of Monaco

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Another Royal Kid who is a twin is Prince Jacques of Monaco who was born on 10 December 2014. He currently holds the title Marquis of Baux, which all the Monaco Heirs ha have held since 1643. Jacques a common name in his homeland is two minutes older than his twin sister!

18.Prince Moulay El Hassan of Morocco

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Named after his grandfather, Prince Moulay El Hassan of Morocco was born on 8 May 2003. He is fluent in several languages including Arabic, English, French, and Spanish. Hassan was also the youngest participant at the One Planet Summit in France in 2017.

19. Princess Catharina-Amalia of the Netherlands

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Princess Catharina-Amalia of the Netherlands is the eldest child of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima and is the next in line to the throne. When she turned 18 a biography named "Amalia" was released in 2021 and traditionally every year her birthday is celebrated with a concert at the Kloosterkerk church.

20. Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway

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Expected to become Norway's second female monarch, after the 15th-century Queen Margaret. Princess Ingrid Alexandra was born on 21 January 2004 and is second in line to the throne after her father Haakon, Crown Prince of Norway who is aged 50. It has been announced in 2024 she will take part in military training for 12 months.

21. Princess Leonor of Spain

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Currently, the Heir to the Spanish throne is Princess Leonor of Spain, who will be the first Spanish Queen since Isabella II, who reigned from 1833 to 1868. Leonor is currently undertaking her 3-year military education at the General Military Academy after joining in August 2023.

22. Princess Estelle of Sweden

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Princess Estelle of Sweden is the first person in Swedish history to be born a female heir apparent, she is currently second in line to the throne after her mother Crown Princess Victoria. When she was two a fairytale path was opened in her name called "The Duchess Estelle's Fairytale Path"

23. Princess Charlotte of Wales, United Kingdom

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The only daughter of William, Prince of Wales, and Catherine, Princess of Wales is Princess Charlotte of Wales. She was born on 2 May 2015 and this moment was celebrated by illuminating some famous London landmarks pink. Through her public image and clothing style it has been estimated she will be worth £3 billion to the British economy throughout her lifetime.

24. Princess Elisabeth of Belgium

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The next Royal Kid on the list is Princess Elisabeth of Belgium, who is expected to become Belgium's first female monarch. In 2021 she studied politics at the University of Oxford and speaks, Dutch, French, German, and English. Elisabeth also likes to volunteer to help children with learning difficulties, the elderly, the homeless and disabled people.

25. Prince Christian of Denmark

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Welcomed into the world on 15 October 2005 was Prince Christian of Denmark, and beacon bonfires were lit all over Denmark to celebrate his birth. Christian is the first member of his family to attend a public state school, however, in 2022 he left his secondary education after the school suffered allegations of bullying, violence, and sexual abuse.

26. Princess Alexia of the Netherlands

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Princess Alexia of the Netherlands is second in the line of succession to the Dutch throne after being born on 26 June 2005. In February 2016 while on a skiing holiday in Austria, Alexia broke her leg and was airlifted to hospital for surgery and was discharged a couple of days later on crutches.

27. Prince Oscar of Sweden

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Born on 2 March 2016, Prince Oscar of Sweden is the only son of Crown Princess Victoria and is third in line to the Swedish throne. When Oscar was christened in 2016, he wore the family's antique christening gown, which was first worn by Prince Gustaf Adolf in 1906.

28. Prince Louis of Wales, United Kingdom

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Fourth in the line of succession to the British throne, Prince Louis of Wales is the first British Prince to be ranked behind an elder sister in the line of succession. His birth on 23 April 2018 was celebrated by ringing bells and gun salutes on the streets of London.

29. Prince Emmanuel of Belgium

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Prince Emmanuel of Belgium is a talented Royal Kid, he is a great flute and saxophone player and also enjoys cycling, swimming, skiing, and sailing. Born on 4 October 2005, Emmanuel is third in line to the throne of Belgium. He also has dyslexia and attends a special school.

30. Princess Isabella of Denmark

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Holding the title of Princess of Denmark since birth on 21 April 2007, Princess Isabella is third in the line of succession to the Danish throne. Her first official engagement was in 2015 when she baptized the M/F Prinsesse Isabella ferry that was named in her honor.

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