The Most Beautiful Royal Women Of All Time

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1. Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon

The younger sister to Queen Elizabeth II still ranks as one of the most beautiful royalties the world has ever known. Though her life had been marred by many scandals, she was indeed unique in every right.

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2. Grace Kelly

A phenomenon of her time, Grace Kelly made her way into royalty by marrying Rainier III, Prince of Monaco. Before becoming a princess, Grace was one of the leading actresses in Hollywood. She is still remembered for her spellbinding charm and angelic looks.

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3. Princess Charlotte of Monaco

Charlotte Casiraghi, who is also the granddaughter to the enigmatic Grace Kelly, certainly has good looks in her genes. The Monacan princess is fourth in line to the throne and has been prolific in many walks of life. Her penchant for equestrianism has earned her the title of Gucci’s equestrian ambassador.

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4. Princess Diana of Wales

Her signature style and benevolence are still remembered with great reverence. Princess Diana was not royalty since birth and only gained her royal status after her marriage to Prince Charles. Owing to her charisma and charm, she is still regarded as one of the most photographed women of the world.

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5. Princess Gayatri Devi

The third Maharani or Queen of Jaipur was born into royalty in the year 1919. Her image was synchronous with traditional Indian beauty and grace. In her prime, she was widely regarded as a fashion icon, not only in India but throughout the world.

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6. Princess Madeline of Sweden

Daughter to King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden, Princess Madeline exudes off a regal charm. Known for her beaming smile, she was placed 12th on the Forbes ‘Hottest Young Royals’ list.

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7. Zara Philips

Other than her talent for equestrianism, she also has striking and inherently regal looks. Granddaughter to Queen Elizabeth II, Zara is certainly one of the most beautiful royal personalities.

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8. Queen Jetsun Pema

The wife of King Jigme Khesar Wangchuck of Bhutan, Jetsun Pema certainly has elegance and a pleasing charm in her own ways. With a warm hearted character and supportive demeanour, she lives up to the reputation of a Queen. It is not the clothes, style or looks which makes royalties truly memorable. It is their demeanour and character which leaves an everlasting impression on the hearts of people.

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14 Responses to The Most Beautiful Royal Women Of All Time

  1. kz says:

    beautiful women indeed…^^

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  3. Lada Ray says:

    Nice collection! Thanks for sharing!

  4. Seyi sandra says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog and liking most of my post, your blog is interesting and informative, I’m following you now. The pictures of the royals are pristine, good job!

  5. tutankhamon661 says:

    Thanks for sharing!

  6. coastalmom says:

    wow this is wonderful.
    Thank you for all the time you spent in my blog reading! It touches my soul! I am glad because I have been enjoying your blog as well!

  7. WordsFallFromMyEyes says:

    This was a total education to me. Thank you. Their pictures are beautiful, true, & what you write. I love the picture of Queen Pema – those eyes, those eyes say so much.

  8. Thank you for stopping by La Maison! 🙂

  9. Lori Lipsky says:

    A few of these were new to me. Very interesting post. Thank you for sharing.

  10. Clarabelle says:

    Thank you so much for visiting my blog today and for reading some of my poetry, I am very very grateful for the time you spent on it. Also, thank you so much for the blog following, I look forward to connecting with you. Much love to you Clarabelle

  11. I have often wondered if the British Royal family hadn’t been cross-bred with the horses they so loved.

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