Most days when you hear about royal children you think of England. Your mind conjures up images of Prince William and Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge (Kate Middleton) and their kids Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, Prince George of Cambridge, Prince Louis of Cambridge. Same goes for Prince Harry and Megan Markle and their offspring Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. Both of these families are lovely and their children are just so adorable. It’s difficult to comprehend that one day they might rule Great Britain and become kings and queens. However, they’re not the only royal children out there. There are multiple other little royal children in Britain, not to mention the multiple royal families across the world. Today we thought we’d show you some of the royal kids that will one day become very powerful people ruling their respective countries and the world at large. Royal families generally have a lot of kids, so be prepared to see multiple royal kids per country.
1. Princess Elisabeth of Belgium
Princess Elisabeth, Duchess of Brabant, is 18 years old. She’s the eldest child of King Philippe and Queen Mathilde which makes her the rightful heir of the throne. It’s probably crazy for her to imagine that she’s gonna rule a country in her future.
2. Prince Gabriel of Belgium
Prince Gabriel is 16, he’s the second child of the King and Queen of Belgium, and the second in line for the throne, following his older sister. He goes to school in Brussels and loves all sorts of sports, especially football and sailing.
3. Prince Emmanuel of Belgium
Prince Emmanuel is 14, he’s a big fan of nature and he likes playing the flute. You could say, based on his interests that he’s the hippy one of the family. He goes to a different school than his siblings, in Leuven. He’s third in line for the throne.
4. Princess Eléonore of Belgium
Princess Eleonore is 11. Like her siblings, she attends the school in Brussels. She enjoys playing the violin and drawing. We’d pinpoint her as the artsy one.
5. Prince Christian of Denmark
Valdemar Henri John, Prince of Denmark, Count of Monpezat is the first son of Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary, grandson of Queen Margrethe II, the reigning monarch, and Prince Henrik. He’s 14 years old and is second in line to the throne.
6. Princess Isabella of Denmark
Princess Isabella Henrietta Ingrid Margrethe is 13 and she’s third in line to the Danish throne following her brother. Back in the day, the fact that she’s a girl would’ve put her last in line after her brothers but the laws have changed since and the royal succession doesn’t discriminate based on gender anymore.
7. Prince Vincent of Denmark
Prince Vincent Frederik Minik Alexander, Count of Monpezat, is the third child of Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary. He’s next in line for the throne after his sister Isabella.
8. Princess Josephine of Denmark
Princess Josephine Sophia Ivalo Mathilda, Princess of Denmark, Countess of Monpezat is Prince Vincent’s twin sister. Apparently, she follows her brother in line for the throne but we wonder how was that decision made considering they’re twins. Was she just born a couple of minutes later?
9. Prince Nikolai of Denmark
Prince Nikolai William Alexander Frederik is the oldest son of Prince Joachim (Crown Prince Frederik’s younger brother) and Alexandra, Countess of Frederiksborg. His parents got divorced in 2004, which is not very common with the royals, but that doesn’t change the fact that he’s 7th in line for the throne. He’s also working as a model since 2018 and his big debut was at London Fashion Week.
10. Prince Felix of Denmark
If you think that’s a lot of royal babies in Denmark, you’re right. But we still have more to come. Prince Felix Henrik Valdemar Christian is 17. He’s the second son of Prince Joachim and Alexandra, Countess of Frederiksborg. He’s next in line to the throne following his brother Nikolaj.
11. Prince Henrik of Denmark
Prince Henrik Carl Joachim Alain, Count of Monpezat, is the first child of Prince Joachim and Princess Mary. Prince Joachim re-married in 2008 after his divorce. Prince Henrik is ninth in line for the throne.
12. Princess Athena of Denmark
Princess Athena Françoise Marie, Countess of Monpezat is the youngest grandchild of Queen Margrethe II and Prince Henrik. She’s Prince Joachim and Princess Marie’s second child together. She’s the 10th in line for the throne.
13. Prince Hisahito of Japan
The grandson of Japan’s Emperor Akihito is 13 years old and is third in line for the Imperial Throne. He’s the youngest son of Prince Akishino, the Emperor’s younger son, and Princess Kiko. Prince Hisahito has an older sister Mako, who’s 28, but she became engaged to a common man in 2017 and the marriage is planned for 2020. Upon marrying this man she will lose her royal status.
14. Prince George of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Here’s a royal kid you’re familiar with. He’s only 5 years old and he’s the third in line to the throne, after his grandfather Prince Charles, and his father Prince William.
15. Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, United Kingdom
The second child of Prince William and the 4th in line for the British throne. It’s kind of strange that she’s not going to be a queen right away. We’re so used to “God Save The Queen” yet she’s only 4th in line.
16. Prince Louis of Cambridge, United Kingdom
The youngest child of Prince William and Catherine. Honestly, this kid has no clue he’s a royal and the 5th in line to the throne. He’s not even 2 yet.
17. Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, United Kingdom
The firstborn of Prince Harry, this baby is the 7th in line to the throne. But it’s too early to think of that, he’s only 6 months old right now and looks absolutely adorable.