The most beautiful names worn by princes and princesses around the world

The most beautiful names worn by princes and princesses around the world

The names of princes and princesses are often found on the list of most popular names, many of them having a long historical tradition. If you have not yet decided on the name of your baby, you can draw inspiration from the most beloved royal families. Here are some names of princes and princesses that will definitely be to your taste!


Prince Christian of Denmark, Count of Monpezat, was born on October 15, 2005 and is a member of the Danish royal family. He is the eldest son of Prince Frederick of Denmark and his wife, Princess Mary. He is also the grandson of Queen Margaret II of Denmark. If he becomes king after his father, he will reign under the name of Christian XI of Denmark.

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Princess Charlotte of the United Kingdom is among the most beloved members of a royal family across the globe. She is the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II and the granddaughter of the heir to the British crown, Charles, Prince of Wales. Born on May 2, 2015, Princess Charlotte is the youngest child and only daughter of Prince William and his wife Catherine, also Duke of Cambridge.

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Prince Jacques Honore Rainier, born December 10, 2014, is the official heir to the crown of Monaco, under the name of Jacques II. His parents are Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene. Jacques has a twin sister, who was born just 2 minutes before his birth. The little prince received the title of Marquess of Baux, while his sister, Gabriella Therese Marie, was named Countess of Carlades.

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Princess Josephine Sophia Ivalo Mathilda of Denmark was born on January 8, 2011 and is a member of the Danish royal family. The little princess bears the title of Countess of Monpezat. He has a twin brother, Prince Vincent of Denmark.

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Princess Estelle, Duchess of Ostergotland, is the eldest child of the royal couple Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden. She came to the world on February 23, 2012 and is the first noble-born child born in Sweden in the last 30 years.

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Prince George Alexander is the elder brother of Princess Charlotte of the United Kingdom. He was born on July 22, 2013, thus becoming the third in order of succession to the British throne, following his grandfather, Prince Charles and his father, Prince William.

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Princess Isabella Henrietta Ingrid Margrethe of Denmark, Countess of Monpezat, was born on April 21, 2007. She is the younger sister of Prince Christian of Denmark and the second child of the Danish royal couple. Isabella is also the first princess born to the Danish royal family since the birth of her aunt, Queen Anne-Marie of Greece, in 1946. Until her name was announced at baptism, her parents and the media called her "Lillepigen", a affectionate nickname meaning "little girl".

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Marius Borg Hoiby is the eldest son of Princess Mette-Marit, the result of a previous relationship with the Crown Prince Haakon of Norway. He decided earlier this year to leave public life and his native country to settle in the US. The first born of the inheriting prince's wife did not even have a royal title, not being born within the Norwegian royal family. His younger brothers, Sverre Magnus and Ingrid Alexandra, received the titles of Prince and Princess respectively.

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Princess Catharina-Amalia of the Netherlands, Princess of Orania-Nassau, was born on December 7, 2003, being the first child of King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands and Queen Máxima. She is the heir to the throne of Holland following the abdication of her grandmother, Queen Beatrix, and the ascension of her father, Willem-Alexander.

Pictured: Princess Catharina-Amalia (left), along with her sisters: Princess Ariane and Princess Alexia


Prince Vincent Frederik Minik Alexander of Denmark, Count of Monpezat, is the younger brother of Princess Isabella and Prince Christian. She has a twin sister, Princess Josephine of Denmark. The little prince is fourth in order of succession to the throne in Denmark, after his father, older brother and older sister.

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Leonor, Princess of Asturias, is the first child of King Felipe VI and his wife, Queen Letizia of Spain. She was born on October 31, 2005, becoming the official heir to the Spanish throne. She received the title of Her Royal Highness, Princess of Asturias. He has a younger sister, Infanta Sofia.

Pictured: Princess Leonor (left) with her sister, Sofia / Official portrait


Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway is the granddaughter of King Harald V of Norway and the second in order of succession to the throne of Norway, after her father, Crown Prince Haakon. Ingrid Alexandra was born on January 21, 2004, being baptized 3 months later in the chapel of the Royal Palace in Oslo. Princess Ingrid is expected to be the second queen of Norway, after Margaret.

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Princess Gabriella de Monaco is the twin sister of Prince Jacques Honore Rainier. She bears the title of Carlades Contest Gift. Recently, the little princess accompanied her parents to a public event, on the occasion of the Sainte Devote rugby championship in Monte-Carlo. Gabriella turned out to be extremely shy and refused to look into the stadium, preferring to stay in the protective arms of her mother.

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Princess Elizabeth of Belgium is the eldest daughter of King Philip of Belgium and Queen Mathilde, being born on October 25, 2001. On July 21, 2013, after her grandfather's abdication, King Albert II, and her father's ascension to the throne they, Elizabeth became heir to the throne of Belgium. He has three younger brothers: Prince Gabriel, Prince Emmanuel and Princess Eleonore.

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