• There are monarchies ruling all over the globe.
  • Princes George, Charlotte, and Louis, are some of the most famous mini royals in the world.
  • Princesses Sofia and Leonor are the next generation of the Spanish royal family.
  • Prince Hisahito of Japan is second in line to the Chrysanthemum Throne.

Prince George of Cambridge might be the most famous royal kid in the world, but he’s certainly not the only one.

There are about 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, 5, is third in line to the British throne after his grandfather and father.

Foto: Prince George.sourceRichard Pohle/Pool/AP

So far, he’s best known for his unimpressed pout and unmatched cuteness. He’s currently a student at Westacre Montessori School nursery in Norfolk.

Source: Royal.uk

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George’s younger sister Charlotte, 3, is fourth in line to the throne.

Foto: Princess Charlotte.sourceMax Mumby/ Getty Images

She already looks a lot like the current queen: her great grandmother Elizabeth II.

Source: Royal.uk


Prince William and Kate Middleton’s third child, Prince Louis, was born in April 2018.

Foto: Prince Louis.sourceWPA Pool/Getty Images

The 10-month-old is fifth in line to the throne and is already making headlines for his candid photo shoots with grandpa, Prince Charles.

Source: Business Insider


Princess Estelle, Duchess of Östergötland, is just 7 years old, but she’s already second in line for the Swedish throne, after her mother.

Foto: Princess Estelle.sourceMichael Campanella/Contributor/Getty Images

Source: Swedish Royal Court


Estelle’s baby brother, Prince Oscar, comes next in the line of succession. He was born in May 2016.

Foto: Prince Oscar.sourceMichael Campanella/Contributor/Getty Images

Source: Swedish Royal Court


4-year-old twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella are first and second in line to lead the monarchy of Monaco.

Foto: Princess Gabriella, left, and Prince Jacques, right.sourceEric Gaillard/REUTERS

Though it looks like they’re a little confused by their own fame.

Source: Palais Princier de Monaco


Princesses Sofia and Leonor are the daughters of Spain’s current king. Leonor, 13, is next in line to the throne, followed by Sofia, 11.

Foto: Princess Leonor, left, and Princess Sofia, right.sourceSergio Perez/REUTERS

Source: Casa de su Majestad el Rey


Princess Catharina-Amalia, 15, will someday succeed her father as Queen of the Netherlands. Her sisters Alexia, 13, and Ariane, 11, come next in line.

Foto: From left to right: Princesses Ariane, Catharina-Amalia and Alexia.sourceGetty/Michael Porro

On the royal family’s official website, the girls all list the same hobbies: Horse riding, field hockey, and playing piano.

Source: Royal House of the Netherlands


Princess Elisabeth, 17, is next in line to the Belgian throne. She’s followed by Prince Gabriel, 15, Prince Emmanuel, 13, and Princess Eléonore, 10.

Foto: Princess Elisabeth, top left, with her younger siblings in June 2018.sourceFrederic Sierakowski/Pool/AP

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.

Source: The Belgian Monarchy


Princess Amalia, 4, is third in the line of succession of the Luxembourg monarchy. Currently, her grandfather is on the throne.

Foto: Princess Amalia with her grandmother.sourceAP/Gabriel Bouys

Source: Cour Grand-Ducale de Luxembourg


Norway’s Princess Ingrid Alexandra, 15, will someday succeed her father and become Norway’s second-ever female monarch. She’s currently second in line to the throne.

Foto: Prince Sverre Magnus, left, and Princess Ingrid Alexandra.sourceNigel Waldron/Stringer/Getty Images

Her younger brother Prince Sverre Magnus, 13, comes next in the line of succession.

Source: The Royal House of Norway


Prince Christian of 13, is second in line to become the king of Denmark.

Foto: From left: Prince Christian, Princess Isabella, Princess Josephine, and Prince Vincent of Denmark in 2015.sourceGetty/Harold Cunningham

He’s followed by some cute younger siblings: Princess Isabella, 11, and twins Princess Josephine and Prince Vincent, 8.

Source: The Danish Monarchy


Prince Taufa’ahau Manumataongo, 5, is currently second in line to the throne of Pacific island nation Tonga.

Foto: Prince Taufa’ahau Manumataongo.sourceEdwina Pickles/Fairfax Media

You might be familiar with Tonga already, thanks to the shirtless athlete who made waves at the Rio Olympics opening ceremony.

Source: Tongan Ministry of Information and Communications


Prince Hisahito, 12, is third in line to the Chrysanthemum Throne — the head of the Japanese imperial family.

Foto: Prince Hisahito with his parents.sourceEugene Hoshiko/Pool/AP

He currently attends an elementary school in Tokyo and grows rice on his family’s property, The Japan Times reported.

Source: The Imperial Household Agency


Prince Moulay El Hassan, 15, is set to succeed his father as the king of Morocco.

Foto: Prince Moulay El Hassan with his father, King Mohammed VI, in 2017.sourceFrancois Mori/AP

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.

Source: Maroc.ma