Throughout history, royal figures have often been portrayed as the epitome of grace, elegance, and charisma. While that perception might have changed a little bit in recent times, there is no doubt that some royal family members have lived up to the hype, especially when it comes to their beauty. In this article, we’ll be looking at the most beautiful princesses and queens in history.
Most Beautiful Princesses and Queens in History
Prettiest Princess In the World / Most Beautiful Princess in History
01. Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway
Norway’s down-to-earth Princess Ingrid (she loves kickboxing and surfing) may be second in line to the throne (she’s the eldest child of Crown Prince Haakon and Princess Mette-Marit), but she attended a state school. Should she succeed to the throne, Princess Ingrid, 17, will make it into the history books as only the second female ruling monarch in Norway, after Queen Margaret in the 15th century. ( prettiest princess in history )
02. Princess Leonor of Spain
The King and Queen of Spain’s eldest daughter, Leonor, may only be 16, but she’s due to make history when she succeeds to the throne as the country’s first ruling queen since 1868. Not that she brags: Leonor has five historic titles (Princess of Girona, Duchess of Montblanc and Countess of Cervera among them), but is on a first-name basis with her contemporaries at school, Wales’s UWC Atlantic College. ( prettiest princess in history )
03. Princess Sofia of Spain
Leonor’s younger sister Sofía, 14, is named after her paternal grandmother, Queen Sofía of Spain. She is a student at Madrid’s prestigious Santa María de los Rosales school, but has caught the attention of royal followers worldwide – she and her sister have been dubbed ‘the most beautiful princesses in Europe’. She loves wearing Spanish high street brands, such as Mango and Stradivarius. ( prettiest princess in history )
04. Princess Amelia Windsor
22-year-old Amelia is the great-great-great granddaughter of King George V, and the youngest daughter of George Windsor. In 2016, Tatler magazine crowned her as the “most beautiful member of the royal family”. ( Most Beautiful Princess in History )
05. Princess Elisabeth of Belgium
Born: October 25, 2001, Hospital Erasme, Anderlecht, Belgium
Princess Elisabeth, Duchess of Brabant is the heir apparent to the Belgian throne. The eldest child of King Philippe and Queen Mathilde, she acquired her position after her grandfather King Albert II abdicated in favour of her father on 21 July 2013. ( prettiest princess in history )
06. Princess Alexandra of Luxembourg
Princess Alexandra of Luxembourg is another beautiful and elegant royal princess in the world. Henri, Grand Duke of Luxembourg, and Maria Teresa, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg welcomed the lovely princess into the world on February 16, 1991.
07. Princess Ameerah Al-Taweel of Saudi Arabia
Ameerah Al-Taweel, a Saudi Arabian princess, was born in November 1983 and is one of today’s most stunning women. When Al-Taweel was still a student, she had the wonderful chance to interview Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal for her school newspaper.
Despite having a significant age gap, their romance flourished, and she married her prince at the age of 18 to become royalty by marriage. 2013 saw their amicable divorce. Later, in 2018, Al-Taweel wed millionaire Khalifa Bin Butti Al Muhairi. ( prettiest princess in history )
Most Beautiful Queens in History
13. Fawzia of Egypt
Princess Fawzia of Egypt, born in 1921.
Known for her stunning beauty, Princess Fawzia was born into luxury and opulence. Her marriage to Muhammad Reza Pahlavi, the Iranian Crown Prince, in 1939 was a significant political alliance, further highlighting her influence. She divorced King Muhammad in 1948 and later remarried.
12. Letizia of Spain
Queen Letizia of Spain, was born in 1972.
Known for her elegance and fashion sense, Queen Letizia was raised in a middle-class family. She worked as a journalist at EFE and ABC, becoming a news anchor at CNN Plus as well as Television Espanola. In 2004 Letizia and then Prince Felipe of Asturias got married. And after King Juan Carlos first abdicated the throne of Asturias in 2014, Felipe became king, making Letizia queen consort.
Letizia has always been a figure of beauty and poise. Her commitment to her royal duties and her work as a special ambassador for nutrition to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization further highlight her remarkable character.
11. Rita Hayworth
Rita Hayworth, born in 1918, a Hollywood star who became a princess.
Her beauty and talent made her a household name, but her marriage to Prince Aly Khan of Pakistan in 1949, added a royal title to her name. Despite the end of her marriage, Rita’s legacy in Hollywood and royalty remains.
10. Nefertiti Egypt
This takes us back to ancient Egypt with Queen Nefertiti, born around 1370 BC.
Known for her beauty and influence, Queen Nefertiti was a powerful figure during one of the wealthiest periods in ancient Egypt. Her beauty and power continue to captivate historians and scholars. Nefertiti was the wife of Pharaoh Akhenaten, one of Egypt’s 18th Dynasty pharaohs. Nefertiti’s name literally translates to “the beautiful woman has come.”, and a bust of her discovered in 1913 attests to her enduring allure.
09. Catherine of Aragon
Catherine of Aragon, Born into Spanish royalty in 1485,
Catherine was the daughter of Isabella the First of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon. She was so beautiful that she had literally been betrothed to Prince Arthur, the heir to the British throne when she was just three years old. However, they did not get married until she was 16.
Catherine’s beauty was renowned throughout Europe, and her marriages to Prince Arthur and later King Henry VIII of England further highlighted her influence and beauty.
We have Cleopatra, born in 69 BC, the queen of Egypt.
When you think of royalty and beauty, Cleopatra’s name has to be one of the top to come to mind. I mean, even people with a mild sense of history are aware that this woman was the envy of her age. Many believe that her beauty wasn’t even natural like she had a pact with the gods to make her insanely beautiful or used magic. Known for her beauty and strategic alliances with powerful Roman generals, Cleopatra was a woman of power and influence. Julius Caesar and Mark Antony were the two notable men Cleopatra had affairs with. While Cleopatra is often described as strikingly beautiful, historical sources suggest her allure may have been more attributed to her wit, intelligence,
and charisma rather than her physical beauty. Cleopatra, the last active ruler of the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt, remains an iconic symbol of beauty, intelligence, and power. And as we conclude our journey through the stories of these remarkable royal women, it is essential to remember that beauty, like many aspects of human perception, is subjective. While this list highlights some of the queens and princesses who were celebrated for their beauty, it is important to acknowledge that beauty is not limited to physical appearance alone. If you think other royal figures deserve recognition…
07. Princess Letizia
Spanish royal family’s beauty. After becoming married to Felipe, the Heir Apparent to the Spanish Throne, she stopped working as a journalist and newscaster. She has the formal titles of Princess of Asturias, Princess of Gerona, Princess of Viana, Duchess of Montblanc, Countess of Cervera, and Lady of Balaguer as the consort of the heir presumptive to the Spanish throne. ( prettiest princess in history )
06. Diana, Princess of Wales
Princes William and Harry’s mother, Lady Diana Spencer, married Prince Charles in July 1981. With allegations of adultery on both sides, the couple split in 1996. Diana was loved for both her fashion sense and her charitable efforts. On August 31, 1997, she was murdered in an automobile accident in Paris.
05. Kate Middleton
Catherine, the future queen of England, has caught the public’s interest with her tale of rising from commoner to royalty. Kate’s beauty is modest but stunning, and she is always well-groomed.
She is fashionable, although it is well known that she has borrowed some of Kate Middleton’s fashion cues. She studied in the US at the Franciscan University of Steubenville. The Luxembourgish king likes dance, tennis, swimming, and skiing. She is undoubtedly one of the most attractive female politicians in the world, despite not being a particularly active politician.
04. Princess Madeleine of Sweden
We are completely envious of Princess Madeleine’s eyebrows alone. Just take a look at them; they are flawless. However, Princess Madeleine of Sweden has been included on this list for a variety of other reasons. She is not just attractive but she conducts herself in the most magnificent, self-assured way.
According to Town & Country, Princess Madeleine has participated in some of the Swedish royal family’s most famous beauty and fashion moments alongside the rest of her family. She claims that she is “not afraid of bold colors and sees few occasions as unfit for a tiara or elaborate headpiece,” which in all honesty seems like the finest way to live.
03. Jetsun Pema, Queen of Bhutan
Queen Jetsun Pema of Bhutan is the only monarch on this list who truly competes with the other monarchs. Pema, who is married to King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, is incredibly beautiful and has “been praised by royal fans for her striking beauty, turning heads with effortlessly glamorous hair and makeup looks,” according to Hello! magazine.
There is absolutely no denying Pema’s beauty, but there have been a few times when her appearance has really stuck out. ( prettiest princess in history )
02. Sofia Palazuelo Duchess Of Huescar
The Duchess of Alba, Sofia Palazuelo, and her husband, Don Fernando Juan Fitz-James-Stuart y Solis-Beaumont, are not only known for their impeccable fashion sense but are also widely regarded as one of the most beautiful royals in Europe. Don Fernando holds the title of the 15th Duke of Huéscar.
The pair met at Madrid’s College for International Studies (CIS), where they were both enrolled and fell in love. They dated for a period before being married in October 2018. Since then, both in terms of behavior and attire, they have been the model for “royal elegance.”
01. Rania Al-Abdullah Queen of Jordan
At a dinner gathering in January 1993, Rania met King Abdullah II, who was Jordan’s princess at the time. Two months later, they announced their engagement. And on June 10, 1993, they were wed. Rania has four kids and is well-known for her engagement in cultural, philanthropic, and charity endeavors.
The youngest queen in history, Queen Rania, is the most attractive member of any royal family in history. She is quite fashionable all over the world, and her elegant, appealing, and respectable appearance further enhances her beauty. She was therefore not just recognized as the wife of King Jordan. She is renowned for her charitable activities as well. ( prettiest princess in history )
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