The cutest royal children from all over the world — from Prince George to the Monaco munchkins
Almost everyone loves children, but there seems to be a particular interest when it comes to celebrity children, especially ones who are considered royalty.
By now, everyone knows Prince George, Prince Charlotte and Prince Louis, the children of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, but what about the other royal children around the world?
According to Elle, there are several royal names that people might not be aware of and whose owners will soon become very powerful people.
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14-year-old Amalia, whose full name is Catharina-Amalia Beatrix Carmen Victoria, is the Princess of Orange, one of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima's three daughters and the heir to the throne.
Her sisters, 12-year-old Alexia and 10-year-old Ariane, are also in the line of succession and, just like Amalia, they may inherit the throne in the future.
Her Royal Highness Princess Ingrid Alexandra, 14, and her brother, His Royal Highness Prince Sverre Magnus, 12, are both in line to the Norwegian throne, coming in second and third place respectfully.
They are the children of Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Metter-Marit and great things are expected from the two siblings.
Prince Jacques is the first in line to the principality, with his sister, Princess Gabriella, standing right behind him. Their parents are Prince Albert and Princess Charlene, and although Grabiella is older than Jacques, the line of succession dictates that the first-born son should inherit the throne.
The Princess of Asturias, 12-year-old Leonor, is one of King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia's children and she received the Order of the Golden Fleece back in January.
This puts her one step closer to becoming queen, but her sister, Infanta Sofia, who is 10 years old, is standing right behind her.
Sweden is not lacking candidates to the crown. Princess Estelle, and Prince Oscar, both children of Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel, are second and third in line to the throne.
Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia's children, Alexander and Gabriel, are fifth and sixth in line, while Princess Leonore and Prince Nicolas, daughter and son to Princess Madeleine and Christopher O'Neill, come in eighth and ninth.