The Princess has been inducted into the International Hall of Fame by Vanity Fair for her style statement.
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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge
Before meeting Prince William, the duchess worked for a British clothing retailer as an accessories buyer.
Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan
His Royal Highness is a keen photographer. He also lent his personal photo collection to a photography exhibition.
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Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark
Mary’s Law, a special law, was passed by the Danish Parliament that gave the Princess Danish citizenship upon her marriage.
Empress Masako of Japan
The Empress studied law at the University of Tokyo. She was one of three women to be selected in the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the year 1986.
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Crown Princess Mette-Marit, Norway
The Princess enjoyed playing volleyball in school and excelled in the sport. She later went on to become a coach and referee.
Felipe VI of Spain
He was a part of the Spanish sailing team in the 1992 Olympics, which was held in Barcelona. His father, King Juan Carlos was also a sailor who competed in the 1972 Olympics.
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Prince Carl Philip of Sweden
The Prince has served in the Swedish Navy. In October 2014, he achieved the rank of major.
Prince Haji Abdul Azim, Brunei
The Prince designed unisex weekend bags for MCM brand in the year 2009 and the proceeds went to the Make A Wish Foundation, United Kingdom.
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Prince Philippos of Greece and Denmark
The prince loves music and is an excellent sportsman. He also supports England’s football club, Arsenal.
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Prince William, Duke of Cambridge
The Duke joined the Royal Air Force in 2008 and was addressed as ‘Billy the Fish’ by his fellow airmen. The nickname was a pun for ‘William Wales’.
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A member of the British royal family, Princess Alexandra is a first cousin of Queen Elizabeth II.
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Princess Ameerah al-Taweel
Princess Ameerah al-Taweel received the ‘Woman Personality of the Year’ award from the Middle-East Excellence Award Institute. She was also ranked fourth in the list of ‘100 Most Powerful Arab Women’ in 2012.
Charlene, Princess of Monaco
She was a keen swimmer right from the age of 3. She also went on to win four gold medals in the All-African games held in Johannesburg, 1999.
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Princess Eugenie of York
She was first and the only royal to have a public christening, which means she broke the royal tradition as a baby.
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Princess Madeleine of Sweden
The Princess is seventeenth in line for the Swedish throne and distantly in line for the British throne too.
She is a fashion darling and some of her favorite designers are Dolce & Gabbana, Isabel Marant, Givenchy, and Dior.
Sirivannavari, Princess of Thailand
The Princess of Thailand works as a fashion designer. She was a former badminton player and also an equestrian.
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Queen Elizabeth II
The Queen’s coronation coverage by BBC was a breakthrough in the history of broadcasting, with 27 million people in the United Kingdom watching the ceremony on television.
Jetsun Pema, Queen of Bhutan
She is the youngest queen in the world. At the time of her wedding, Queen Jetsun Pema was just 21 years old.
Queen Letizia of Spain
Before she became the Queen of Spain, she was a popular journalist and TV presenter. In the year 2002, she was also awarded the best Spanish journalist under 30.
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Margrethe II of Denmark
At the age of 13, Queen Margrethe II became an heiress to the throne. At the time of her birth, only the male members of the royal family could ascend to the throne. However, this was modified by the Act of Succession in 1953.
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Queen Mathilde of Belgium
The Belgian royal is known for her sophisticated sense of style. She has also known as one of the best-dressed women in the world.
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Queen Rania of Jordan
She started her career as a marketing professional and also landed a job in Apple Inc., in Amman.
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Queen Sonja of Norway
King Harald V and Queen Sonja dated for nine years before tying the knot. Although their relationship was a secret as she was a commoner.
The daughter of Princess Anne and Mark Phillips, Zara Phillips, although a member of the British royal family, carries no royal title.