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Princess Charlotte and her siblings Prince George and Prince Louis may be the most famous royal siblings in the world, but they are certainly not the only ones.
There are about two dozen other monarchies all over the globe, according to the Washington Post – and that means there are lots of adorable royal babies, toddlers, and teens who’ll spend their entire lives in the public eye.
Here’s a look at some of the youngest royals in the world today.
Prince George, 6, is third in line to the British throne after his grandfather and father.
George’s younger sister Charlotte, 4, is fourth in line to the throne.
She already looks a lot like the current queen: her great grandmother Elizabeth II.
Prince William and Kate Middleton’s third child, Prince Louis, is two years old and fifth in line for the throne.
Prince Louis just celebrated his second birthday and is fifth in line to the throne. He’s already making headlines for his adorable ‘Instagram vs reality’ themed photo shoot.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, is 11 months old and seventh in line for the British throne.
Archie made his first public appearance in October 2019 and photos showed a striking resemblance between the little royal and his father Prince Harry, who is still sixth in line for the throne.
Princess Estelle, Duchess of Östergötland, is just 8 years old, but she’s already second in line to the Swedish throne, after her mother.
Princess Estelle and her brother bonded in a recent portrait released by the Swedish Royal Court.
Estelle’s baby brother, Prince Oscar, is next in line for the Swedish throne. He was born in May 2016.
Prince Oscar is four years old and the second child of Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel.
5-year-old twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella are first and second in line to lead the monarchy of Monaco.
Though it looks like they’re a little confused by their own fame.
Princesses Sofia and Leonor are the daughters of Spain’s current king. Leonor, 14, is next in line to the throne, followed by Sofia, 12.
The sisters recently read a passage from Don Quixote on a video stream, paying tribute to those who are working on the frontlines against COVID-19.
Princess Catharina-Amalia, 16, will someday succeed her father as Queen of the Netherlands. Her sisters Alexia, 14, and Ariane, 13, are next in line.
On the royal family’s official website, the girls all list the same hobbies: Horse riding, field hockey, and playing the piano.
Princess Elisabeth, 18, is next in line to the Belgian throne. She’s followed by Prince Gabriel, 16, Prince Emmanuel, 14, and Princess Eléonore, 12.
Elisabeth speaks Dutch, French, and English, and likes to draw, read, play piano, and take ballet classes. She also plays tennis, skis, cycles, and swims, according to her royal profile.
Princess Amalia, 5, is third in the line of succession of the Luxembourg monarchy, followed by her younger brother Prince Liam. Currently, their grandfather is on the throne.
Norway’s Princess Ingrid Alexandra, 16, will someday succeed her father and become Norway’s second-ever female monarch. She’s currently second in line to the throne.
Her younger brother Prince Sverre Magnus, 14, is next in the line of succession.
Prince Christian of Denmark is 14 and second in line to become the king of Denmark.
He’s followed by his younger siblings: Princess Isabella, 13, and twins Princess Josephine and Prince Vincent, 9.
Prince Taufa’ahau Manumataongo, 6, is currently second in line to the throne of Pacific island nation Tonga.
You might be familiar with Tonga already, thanks to the shirtless athlete who made waves at the Rio Olympics opening ceremony in 2016.
Prince Hisahito, 13, is third in line to the Chrysanthemum Throne — the head of the Japanese imperial family.
He currently attends a junior high school affiliated to Ochanomizu University. Since the war, members of the imperial family have studied at the private Gakushuin Junior High School. Prince Hisahito is the first member to study elsewhere, according to The Japan Times.
Prince Moulay El Hassan, 16, is set to succeed his father as the king of Morocco.
He already makes a lot of public appearances compared to other young royals – and he always seems to be photographed wearing a perfectly tailored suit.
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