The Duchess of Cambridge has upped the royal style game, but she's not the only one representing the royals when it comes to fashion. Check out these queens and princesses who prove that just because you're royal, doesn't mean you can't have fun with fashion.
1. Charlotte Casiraghi of Monaco
Grace Kelly's granddaughter, Charlotte Casiraghi, is the daughter of Princess Caroline and is 8th in line to the Monegasque throne. An avid equestrian who's often seen in a pair of riding boots, Charlotte's style is French girl chic. She's one of Chanel's muses and is a brand ambassador for Gucci, so you know she has style in spades.
2. Princess Madeleine of Sweden
Princess Madeleine, who is constantly on the list of the world's Most Beautiful Royals, is definitely an accomplished dresser. Madeleine, who favors a more feminine look, often wears gowns in lace and shimmery fabrics. She's your classic princess, always showing up dressed to impress.
3. Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden
Princess Madeleine's sister and the future Queen of Sweden is definitely one to watch. She can rock a ball gown and tiara like no one else, and her hairstyles always look so elegant. Crown Princess Victoria is also a supporter of sustainable and affordable fashion, often wearing Swedish fashion giant H&M's Conscious Collection at royal functions.
4. Princess Sirivannavari of Thailand
The Thai princess, whose father is now the King of Thailand, is a fixture at fashion week front rows all over the globe. She owns a namesake fashion label and is definitely a game changer when it comes to royal style. She's often seen jet-setting around the world in her own designs.
5. Princess Sofia of Sweden
The wife of Prince Carl Philip of Sweden, Princess Sofia may only be royal by marriage, but she has a way of carrying herself that's truly regal. She's a former model, which is probably why she looks good in anything. Princess Sofia is also a fan of ASOS, Maje, and Reiss, high street brands that are accessible, too.
6. Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway
Crown Princess Mette-Marit favors flowy and romantic dresses with a little edge. Mette-Marit is also not afraid to embrace her bohemian side, often trading her tiaras and ball gowns for flower crowns and a lace dresses.
7. Queen Letizia of Spain
The fashion-forward Queen of Spain, known for her chic bob cut that sent royal fans into a frenzy, is definitely not afraid to wear form-fitting suits and leather dresses to royal functions. Letizia also makes it a point to support Spanish fashion, mixing in pieces from Zara and Mango into her daily wardrobe.
8. Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
This Australian-born princess, who is married to Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, has graced the cover of magazines and has been on the Royal Best Dressed List for years. Mary, who most people call the Duchess of Cambridge’s twin, is often seen in classic pieces, creating a curated sense of style that is simply timeless.
9. Queen Rania of Jordan
Queen Rania, a champion of women's and children's rights, definitely knows how to use fashion to her advantage. Often seen in the latest styles straight from the runway, Rania balances classic pieces with more fashion-forward designs, creating a modern and polished look fit for a queen.
10. Princess Charlene of Monaco
The former Olympian swimmer-turned-Princess of Monaco, Charlene's sleek and elegant style is the picture of a modern royal. Charlene favors a minimalist style, often seen in pantsuits and column gowns, which are perfect for showcasing her athletic figure. Charlene always looks like she's stepped out of a film set, and her clothes exude elegance with just a hint of drama.
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