There is a long history of royalties using clothes to communicate their opinions on a global scale, from the ruling monarchs to the youngest princesses. Others, however, have developed a kind of \"down-to-earth\" glamour that is relatable, in addition to those who have achieved success in the fashion stakes. From Great Britain to the Netherlands, Jordan to Japan, young women from all over the world are dressing to make their statements.
Princess Elisabeth of Belgium
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- Her name is Elizabeth Thérèse Marie Hélène, Duchess of Brabant. First in line to succeed to the Belgian throne.
- After her grandfather, King Albert II, stepped down in favour of her father on 21 July 2013, she became the Duchess of Brabant, a title reserved for the heir apparent.
- Eventually, King Philippe will hand over power to his heir apparent, who is now 20.
- Her next stop is the Belgian Military Academy for four weeks after graduating from Atlantic College.
- As the heir apparent, Princess Elisabeth\'s style has evolved as she takes on the role of the heir apparent with every state event: her feminine dresses from Belgian designersare complemented by matching accessories and jewelry.
Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway
- Prince Haakon\'s elder daughter, Princess Ingrid Alexandra, was born in Oslo on 21 January 2004.
- She will succeed her grandfather, King Harald V, and is a member of the House of Glücksburg. She will be Norway\'s second woman monarch, following Queen Margaret in the 15th century.
- She is expected to become the country\'s second female monarch, following the 15th-century Queen Margaret.
- She served as a bridesmaid to her godmother, Princess Mary of Sweden, at her wedding on 19 June 2010.
- As part of Environmental Agents, the children\'s environmental organization, the Princess participated in a Norwegian television interview with her father in December 2012.
- As the Crown Princess was sick, the Crown Prince was able to attend instead of her mother.
- Ingrid Alexandra of Norway acquired the title of Royal Highness in 2004.
- During her first royal visit, Ingrid Alexandra christened Norway\'s new lifeboat, Elias, on 4 May 2015.
- She won the Norwegian surfing championship for juniors in October 2020.
- In addition to surfing, she also trains in skiing and kickboxing.
Princess Leonor of Spain
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- Her birth took place at Ruber International Hospital in Madrid on October 31, 2005.
- She is the oldest daughter and first child of Letizia and Felipe. Her title is heir presumptive as well.
- Since her father is now king, she is her father\'s heir apparent or heir apparent. She has been given this formal title because of her father\'s position.
- Princess of Girona and Princess of Viana are among Leonor\'s historical titles, as well as Queen of Cervera and Duchess of Montblanc. It will be the first time since the 1800s that Spain has had a queen. The last Spanish queen regent to rule Spain was Isabella II, who reigned between 1833 and 1868.
- Leonor, 15, prefers simple, feminine silhouettes in fabrics that compliment her blonde hair styled in loose curls, while on more casual occasions she prefers sweet, preppy styles. The future Queen showcased what\'s to come sartorially with a printed dress and simple kitten heels on her first solo outing in Madrid, 24 March 2021. Leonor will begin studying at Llantwit Major\'s Atlantic College in September.
Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece & Denmark
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- In 1996, Princess Maria-Olympia was born in New York City as a member of the Greek Royal Family. She is an American-born fashion model, socialite, and member of the Greek Royal Family.
- Her parents are the Crown Prince and Crown Princess of Greece. As their only child, she is their eldest child. As of right now, she is sixth in line for the former Greek throne, after her parents and brothers.
- In boarding school in Switzerland, she studied drama, art history, theatre, photogAs a 17-year-old intern, she worked for Dior\'s couture department.raphy, and graphic design in hopes of pursuing a career in fashion or art.
- She studied photography at New York\'s Parsons School of Design in 2016. Among her modeling credits are Teen Vogue, Tatler, Town & Country, and Hello!Hola!, and W. She walked the Dolce & Gabbana runway in June 2017. She is both a princess from the Greek monarchy deposed in 1821 and a danese royal.
- King Abdullah II is the father of Iman bint Abdullah, and Queen Rania is his mother. She was born 27 September 1996 in Jordan\'s capital city Amman. Iman is a Hashemite princess.
- The elder brother of Iman is Prince Hussein, and the younger siblings are Princess Salma and Prince Hashem.
- The U.S. University of Georgetown, Washington, D.C., is where Iman will complete her degree.
- Her royal duties do not preclude her from enjoying the student lifestyle, wearing jeans and T-shirts that still look polished despite trading in heels or cardigans.
Princess Alexandra of Hanover
- Alexander Charlotte Ulrike Maryam Virginia of Hanover, born on 20 July 1999, is the fourth child of Princess Caroline of Monaco and Prince Ernst August of Hanover.
- A half-sibling was born from her parents\' previous marriage.
- Her style or titles are the only ones that Princess Caroline bestows on any of her four children.
- As of today, she is the 12th monarch on the Monegasque throne.
- Her legal name is Alexandra Princess of Hanover in Germany, with Princess of Hanover as her surname.
- Monaco has been represented at international competitions through her work. As her mother and grandmother have done before her, the young princess is fast following in their footsteps.
- During New York Fashion Week in 2017, Princess Alexandra was photographed attending the fashion show for Saint Laurent, and in March 2018, she attended Chanel\'s presentation of AW18/19.
Princess Charlotte of Cambridge
- Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, born 2 May 2015, is a member of the British royal family and the Princess of Cambridge.
- Her parents are Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. She is the fourth in line for the throne of Britain, after her grandfather, father, and elder brother.
- The style of Royal Highness was granted to Charlotte based on letters patent dated 31 December 2012, granting the title and style to all children of the Prince of Wales\'s elder son.
- Thus, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge is styled \"Her Royal Highness\".
- The first time she went public was during Trooping the Colour on 11 June 2016 when she appeared on Buckingham Palace\'s balcony.
- At the time of the pandemic, the children attended the London Palladium in December 2020 to perform in a pantomime.
Lady Louise Windsor
- The eldest child of Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Louise Alice Elizabeth Mary Mountbatten-Windsor was born on 8 November 2003.
- In 2017, she transferred from St George\'s School, Windsor Castle, to St Mary\'s School, Ascot, for her year 9 school year.
- English, History, Politics, and Drama are her A-level subjects. A woman who has a grandmother as patron and a mother as president, she is active in Girlguiding. It was her mother who was a Brownie and Guide.
- Her brother and Louise traveled to Canada in April 2015 for their first overseas assignment. They accompanied their parents on a visit to South Africa.
- Lady Louise, the young granddaughter of the Queen, is signaling a new sense of poise and confidence with her dressing style.
- As she wears subtle block heels, floral dresses, sharp tailored coats, and hats so fitting to her Windsor lineage, her fashion sense is becoming something to look forward to.
Pauline Ducruet of Monaco
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- She is the daughter of Princess Stéphanie of Monaco who gave birth on 4 May 1994 to Pauline Grace Maguy Ducruet, a Monegasque diver, designer, and niece of Prince Albert II of Monaco.
- Ducruet graduated from Lycée Prince Albert I of Monaco with a baccalaureate in literary studies.
- She earned her French Baccalauréat in July 2011. In 2012, she attended the school\'s language program.
- Ducruet spent three years as a stylist apprentice at the Istituto Marangoni in Paris. While at New York University, Ducruet studied fashion design and interned at Louis Vuitton and Vogue.
- With an associate\'s degree in Fashion Design, she graduated from Parsons The New School for Design.
- Altered Designs is a marketing company she runs with Maria Zarco, which she promotes together through Instagram.
- Ducruet is an internationally competitive diver. During the Youth Summer Olympics in Singapore in August 2010, she was part of Monaco\'s delegation.
Princess Aiko of Japan
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- She is the elder daughter of Prince Tomohito of Mikasa and Princess Tomohito of Mikasa. Born on 20 December 1981, Princess Akiko of Mikasa is a member of Japan\'s Imperial Family. At the age of three, Princess Aiko started attending Gakushuin Kindergarten.
- She began writing kanji characters at age eight, and her interests included calligraphy, jumping rope, playing piano and violin, as well as writing poetry.
- After being bullied by her elementary school classmates and not getting along with other children, Aiko began staying home from school in early March 2010. On 2 May 2010, Aiko re-entered school part-time. In 2014, she enrolled at the Gakushuin Girls Junior High-school.
- Summer 2018, she made her first solo overseas trip to Eton College for a summer program.
- It was announced in February of 2020 that she would be studying Japanese language and literature at Gakushuin University.
Princess Alexandra of Luxembourg
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- She is the only child and the fourth child of Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa (Alexandra Joséphine Teresa Charlotte Marie Wilhelmine; born 16 February 1991). Prince Sébastien is the youngest, and her three oldest brothers are Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume, Prince Felix, and Prince Louis.
- She attended Angelsberg Primary School and the Lycée Vauban in Luxembourg for her secondary education. She graduated with honors with a baccalaureate in literature. After graduating from Franciscan University of Steubenville, she studied psychology and social sciences in the United States before going to Paris to study philosophy with anthropology and ethics as special interests.
- Besides politics, Princess Alexandra enjoys studying religion as well. From the Irish School of Ecumenics, she graduated with a master\'s degree in interreligious studies.
- Her experiences in international relations were gained while she was working at the Security Council of the United Nations in New York when Luxembourg was not a permanent member. She helps refugees. She became sixth in line to inherit the throne after absolute primogeniture was implemented for Grand Duke Henri\'s descendants in 2011.
- During her father\'s 2017 visit to Japan, she accompanied him while her mother was away.
Princess Mako of Akishino
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- The elder daughter of Prince Fumihito and Princess Kiko, Mako was born on 23 October 1991.
- She is the eldest granddaughter of Emperor Emeritus Akihito and Empress Emerita Michiko and the niece of Emperor Naruhito.
- From Kindergarten to Girls\' Junior High School, Gakush*in School was her school.
- She studied English at University College Dublin (UCD) between July and August 2010. A Bachelor\'s degree in Art and Cultural Heritage was awarded to Princess Mako by Mitaka\'s International Christian University on 26 March 2014.
- The Japanese national certificate and the driver\'s license were both obtained when she was an undergraduate student. As part of a school-sponsored program, Mako visited Vienna, Austria in August 2006. Her maternal grandfather\'s Austrian colleague took care of her.
- Her interests include art, architecture, and museums. Mako visited Schönbrunn Palace and the cathedral.
- Her identity was not revealed to the public while she worked in the areas affected by the 2011 Thoku earthquake and tsunami. Princess Akishino and Princess Kako each are both Deaf and are members of the Deaf community. They both use sign language to deliver whole speeches.
- She has been a project researcher at the University of Tokyo\'s museum since 1 April 2016.
Princess Kako of Akishino
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- In September 2010, Prince Fumihito and Princess Kiko welcomed their second child, Princess Kako of Akishino, into the world.
- She graduated from Gakushuin Primary School in March 2007 after attending the school since April 2001.
- Her high school graduation from Tokyo\'s Gakushuin Girls\' Senior High School took place in March 2013, one year after she entered.
- After graduating from the Department of Education in the Faculty of Letters at Gakushuin University, she passed the entrance exam for the International Christian University (ICU) at the end of 2014.
- In 2017, Princess Kako visited the University of Leeds in England during her study abroad program with the International Cooperation Unit.
- She studied performing arts and psychology. Her undergraduate degree was completed in June 2018.
Princess Catharina-Amalia of Orange
- She is the heir apparent to the Dutch crown over Aruba, Curaçao, the Netherlands, and Sint Maarten, which includes the Princess of Orange, Catharina-Amalia Beatrix Carmen Victoria, born 7 December 2003. King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands are her parents.
- As heir apparent, she became queen after her father was crowned in 2013 as Dutch king.
- Her younger sisters are Princess Alexia (born in 2005) and Princess Ariane (born in 2007).
- In December 2007, Catharina-Amalia started attending Bloemcampschool in Wassenaar.
- As part of her graduation announcement, she mentioned that she refused to accept the money she earned up to that point.
- Furthermore, she stated that she would be uncomfortable if she didn\'t receive anything in return. The Hague Kloosterkerk hosts a concert to celebrate her birthday every year, which is attended by ambassadors, members of the royal household, and Dutch government officials. Dutch, English, and a little bit of Spanish are her native languages.
- Her great-grandfather, Prince Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld, once owned a Douglas C-47 Skytrain, which Peter Hartman named for Catharina-Amalia on the occasion of her seventh birthday. Her school obligations prevented her from attending the naming ceremony.
- Catharina-Amalia became the new heir apparent when she became the first in line to be Princess of Orange.
- As soon as she reaches the age of majority, Princess Catharina-Amalia will be appointed to the Council of State of the Netherlands.
- Catharina-Amalia was honored with her own regiment in 2020, the Regiment Huzaren Prinses Catharina-Amalia.
These are the future royals of the world.
By Rashmi Goel