Prince Henry of Wales, KCVO, full name Henry Charles Albert David, popularly known as Prince Harry is the second and youngest son of Charles, Prince of Wales, and Diana, Princess of Wales. When he was born he became third in line after his father and elder brother Prince William, Duke of Cambridge to succeed his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II to the British throne. After William's children, George and Charlotte were born he became fifth in line of succession. He attended schools in the UK and graduated from Eton College. He then went to Africa and Argentina, served an orphanage in Lesotho and a cattle station in Australia. Returning to the UK he joined RMA Sandhurst to undergo officer training and upon its completion he was commissioned as Cornet in the Blues and Royals. He served tour of duty in Afghanistan in 2007-08 where he was secretly deployed as a Forward Air Controller. However when such news leaked he was pulled back and was again deployed in Afghanistan in 2012-13. He left the army as a Captain in 2015 however remains associated with endeavours assisting wounded servicemen. He is also a patron of several charities.
Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, is the eldest son of <a title='Prince Charles' href='/famous/prince-charles.htm'>Prince Charles</a>, the Prince of Wales. William happens to be the second in the line of succession to the throne, after his father. William was involved in philanthropy since a very early age and used to spend his gap years doing humanitarian work in Chile and some African countries. Initially, William wanted to be an army officer and underwent training for the same. He successfully finished his course at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst and was subsequently commissioned as a second lieutenant. Later, as his interest shifted towards Royal Airforce service, William served his country as a Flight Lieutenant. For some time, William took on the full time duties as an Air ambulance pilot at the Eastern Anglian Air Ambulance, for which he went through intense training. Serving his duties as the eldest son of Prince of Wales, William got appointed as the Counsellor of State. He embarked on a Wales tour with his father and sometime later, did a solo tour. He also happens to be an avid philanthropist and has been involved with many organizations to provide healthcare, food and safety to the less privileged. Right before his marriage to Catherine Middleton, he was honoured with the title the Duke of Cambridge, Earl of Strathearn and Baron Carrickfergus.
First son of <a title='Prince William' href='/famous/prince-william.htm'>Prince William</a> and <a title='Catherine Middleton' href='/famous/kate-middleton.htm'>Catherine Middleton</a> and the third in line to the throne after <a title='Queen Elizabeth II' href='/famous/elizabeth-ii.htm'>Queen Elizabeth II</a>, his grandfather, and his father. The world rejoiced at his birth, which marked a rare occasion whereby three generations of direct heirs to the throne lived during the same time.
Prince Charles, the oldest son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip is the heir apparent to the British throne. His mother is the Queen of 16 of the 53 member states in the Commonwealth of Nations, and also the Head of the Commonwealth and Supreme Governor of the Church of England. Charles became the heir apparent in 1952 after his grandfather King George VI died and Elizabeth ascended the throne. Being Queen Elizabeth's oldest son, Charles became the heir apparent to the British throne and received the title of Duke of Cornwall. After a few years, he was created Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester in 1958, becoming the first Prince of Wales since 1936. As a student, Charles was good at academics and studied archaeology, anthropology and history at Trinity College, part of the University of Cambridge. Along with his studies, he also participated in various other activities and was known to be a smart young man. He embarked on a military career post his graduation and served as a helicopter pilot and even commanded a ship during his service years. As a public figure, his personal life has often been under scrutiny. His troubled marriage to Diana and his extra-marital affairs have often made it to the tabloids
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh is the husband of <a title='Queen Elizabeth II' href='/famous/elizabeth-ii.htm'>Queen Elizabeth II</a> and the Commonwealth realms' longest-serving consort as well as the oldest spouse ever of a reigning British monarch. He was a member of the House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-GlÃ¼cksburg and was born Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark. He entered the navy in 1938 and served throughout the Second World War. His family connections brought him into contact with the royal family, and his engagement to Princess Elizabeth took place. Before the marriage, he received the Garter and the dukedom and since 1952, he has filled the difficult role of royal consort. Of the many societies and causes which he supports, the duke of Edinburgh's scheme for young people and his concern for the protection of wildlife rank high. Philip retains much of the briskness and forthrightness of his early naval career, and apart from it he is an enthusiastic sportsman and a vigorous public speaker. Philip holds honorary memberships in the Rotary clubs of Edinburgh, Scotland and King's Lynn, England. He is a patron of over 800 organizations, and chairman of the ˜Duke of Edinburgh's Award' for people aged 14 to 24 years.
Born Nikolai William Alexander Frederik, this member of Danish Royalty became known by the title of Prince Nikolai of Denmark, Count of Monpezat. In 2018, he tried his hand at modeling and made his debut at London Fashion Week for Burberry. He signed with Scoop Models.
Best known by his pen name of Fazza, this poet and member of United Arab Emirates royalty was given the title of Sheikh upon his birth. In 2008, he became Crown Prince of Dubai.
Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, is the youngest son of <a title='Queen Elizabeth II' href='/famous/elizabeth-ii.htm'>Queen Elizabeth II</a> and <a title='Prince Philip' href='/famous/prince-philip.htm'>Prince Philip</a>, Duke of Edinburgh. He is a working member of the Royal Family and attends numerous public service engagements for charity. He has assumed a lot of his father's duties and responsibilities as the Duke of Edinburgh has been reducing his work owing to his age. However, Prince Edward was not always interested in attending to royal duties and was once into theatre and documentary production. In order to pursue his passion for film-making, he quit the military and started his own production house named Ardent Productions. Under his banner, he made several documentaries related to the lives of the members of the Royal Family. But his production company did not do well as result of which he decided to support the Queen in her official duties and relieve his father of some of his royal duties. Even though Prince Edward holds the title of Earl of Wessex, he will eventually take over the title of Duke of Edinburgh.
Infamous ruler who served as the first Tsar of All Russias for forty years. During his reign, he conquered Khanates of Kazan, Astrakhan, and Siberia, forever altering the global political landscape.
Prince Andrew, Duke of York is the son of <a title='Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh' href='/famous/prince-philip.htm'>Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh</a> and <a title='Queen Elizabeth II' href='/famous/elizabeth-ii.htm'>Queen Elizabeth II</a>. A member of the royal family, Prince Andrew was second in the line of succession to the throne at the time of his birth. Apart from being an important member of the British royal family, Prince Andrew has also served the navy and was part of the ˜Falklands War' in the early 1980s. He is also a trained aircraft pilot and has served as a pilot on several occasions. Prince Andrew is known for his charity works and is currently serving as the chairman of ˜Outward Bound Trust.' He is a patron of many charity organizations and is a major contributor of ˜Fight for Sight,' which is a funded research, aimed at preventing blindness and eye diseases. He is also a capable golfer and skier, as he spends much of his money and time on golfing and skiing.
The oldest child of Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary and the second-in-line to Denmark's throne, Prince Christian of Denmark, Count of Monpezat was christened in January of 2006 at the Christiansborg Palace in Copenhagen.
Prince and royal ruler of the tiny nation of Monaco who is one of the wealthiest royals in the world. He is the son of <a title='Rainier III, Prince of Monaco' href='/famous/princerainieriii-ofmonaco.htm'>Rainier III, Prince of Monaco</a>, and American movie star <a title='Grace Kelly' href='/famous/grace-kelly.htm'>Grace Kelly</a>.
Luxembourg-born member of the House of Bourbon-Parma. He received the title of Prince Felix Leopold Marie Guillaume of Luxembourg upon his birth to Grand Duchess Maria Teresa and Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg.
Also known as Count of Monpezat, he is known for being in the line of succession to the Danish throne. He was confirmed in the Church of Denmark on April 1, 2017 at the Fredensborg Palace.
Timurid ruler of the eastern portion of his father's empire from 1404 to 1447. His father was a warlord named Timur who founded the Central Asian Timurid dynasty in the 1400s.
Young man known for being the first son of King Philippe of Belgium and Queen consort Mathilde of Belgium. He was born second in line to the Belgian throne.
Political figure and Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He has served as the country's deputy prime minister as well as the Council of Political and Security Affairs and the Minister of Defense.
Prince of Luxembourg and Nassau, who gave up his right to the throne when he married a non-royal in 2006. He was also an NCO in the Luxembourg Army.
Remembered as the child whose birth united the Houses of Tudor and York and ended the Wars of the Roses, this Welsh royal held the titles of Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall, and Earl of Chester.
Became known as the Crown Prince of Denmark and heir to the throne as the eldest son of <a title='Queen Margrethe II' href='/famous/queen-margretheii.htm'>Queen Margrethe II</a> and Henrik, the Prince Consort.
Not known by any particular royal title, this grandson of <a title='Queen Elizabeth' href='/famous/elizabeth-ii.htm'>Queen Elizabeth</a> II and nephew of Prince Charles was born to Princess Anne and Captain <a title='Mark Phillips' href='/famous/mark-phillips.htm'>Mark Phillips</a>.
First in line to the Norwegian throne, this son of King Harald V held the titles of both Crown Prince of Norway and Prince of Denmark. During late 2003 and early 2004, while his father was recovering from cancer treatment, Crown Prince Haakon served as Regent of Norway.
Greek prince and oldest son of Crown Prince and Princess Pavlos and Marie-Chantal. He is a part of the Glücksburg dynasty members of whom have reigned in Denmark, Norway and Greece.