These are some of the loveliest princesses from all over the world. There is no one winner in this bunch, they are all royally beautiful.
When lovely Kate Middleton weds Prince William on April 29, she likely will become England's newest princess, according to reports. But she won't be the world's only pretty princess. Whether they hold any actual power or not, attractive real-life princesses can be found all over the globe, giving 4-year-old girls everywhere hope that they, too, could one day wear a crown.
Future Queen of Spain, the wife of the heir apparent to the Spanish throne is a former TV anchor.
Future Princess of Monaco, The South African Olympic swimmer married Albert II, Prince of Monaco, the ruler of the tiny principality, in 2011. She is now Her Serene Highness, the Princess of Monaco, just like Albert's mother, Grace Kelly.
Charlene Wittstock and Albert II
Future Princess of Monaco. The Italian model (and daughter of a count), Borromeo is generally acknowledged as the girlfriend of Pierre Casiraghi, the nephew of Prince Albert II, and third in line to the throne of Monaco. If she were to marry Pierre and he ascended the throne, she'd be the new princess of Monaco. Of course, that's a big if.
As a model, Borromeo leads a pretty charmed life anyway.
Potential Princess of Monaco. Charlotte Casiraghi, Pierre's sister and daughter of Princess Caroline, is fourth in the line to the throne of Monaco, but she's not technically a princess right now.
Though she's a private citizen, Casiraghi is honorary head of Monaco's horse-jumping organization, so she's got that going for her.
Princess Martha Louise Of Norway
Princess Martha Louisa of Norway signs her book Discover Your Guardian Angel at a book signing.
Princess Clotilde Courau
French actress Clotilde Courau, wife of Italian Prince of Venice and Piedmont Emmanuel Philiberto de Savoie, was an acclaimed actress before she wed the prince in 2003.
Future Queen of the Netherlands. Princess Maxima is married to Crown Prince Willem-Alexander, heir apparent to the Dutch throne.
Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein
The daughter of Jordan's king, here watching the races at Ascot, England, is also the wife of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the ruler of the emirate of Dubai.
Belgium's Future Queen. Princess Mathilde of Belgium, wife of Prince Philippe, the heir apparent to the Belgian throne, is also a descendant of Polish nobility.
Princess Tamara Czartoryski-Borbon
The daughter of Prince Adam Czartoryski Borbón and cousin to King Juan Carlos I of Spain, Czartoryski-Borbon is an athlete and model, and once hosted a Thai kickboxing show.
Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana
The only daughter of Thailand's Crown Prince Maha Vajralongkorn is a competitive badminton player and has started her own fashion line.
Crown Princess Victoria
Future Queen of Sweden. Princess Victoria is the heiress apparent to the Swedish throne. In August 2011, the palace confirmed that she was expecting her first child -- the future king or queen of Sweden.
Princess Madeleine of Sweden
The second daughter of King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden, Princess Madeline is renowned for her love of horseriding.
Princess Tunku Myra Madihah
Royal Daughter of Malaysia.
Princess Mary of Denmark
The Australian-born wife of Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark, Princess Mary (here with daughter Princess Isabella) met her husband, the Danish heir apparent, in a pub during the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
Princess Beatrice of York
Princess Beatrice also happens to be fifth in line to the throne.
Eugenie is sixth in line to the British throne.
Manohara Odelia Pinot
An American-Indonesian model, Manohara Odelia Pinot is in the process of divorcing her husband, Prince Tengku Muhammad Fakhry, whom she accuses of abusing her. The prince won a defamation suit against his estranged wife (whom he married when she was 16), but the controversy continues.