Well, Prince Harry's royal wedding has come and gone, and he's officially off the market. Oh well.
There are plenty of other fish in the sea, so if you had your heart set on marrying a prince, don't despair.
Maybe you will be the lucky one to put a ring on one of these 11 eligible royals:
1. Prince Sébastien of Luxembourg
At just 26 years old, Sébastien is third in line for the monarchy of his tiny European country.
He's an avid rugby player and an officer in the Luxembourg Army, who says he loves "discovering new cultures."
Does that include America? There's only one way to find out...
2. Prince Jean Christophe Napoléon Bonaparte
Sound familiar? Yes, Jean Christophe is Napoleon's great-great-great-great-nephew.
While France no longer has an official monarchy, Jean Christophe is their heir to what's called the Imperial House. You could call him an honorary emperor.
According to the Prince's LinkedIn page (How modern!) the Harvard graduate works as a private equity professional.
3. Prince Joachim of Belgium
Joachim is pretty far down in his country's line of succession (his cousin will inherit the crown) but he still has a lot going for him.
He's an ensign in the Belgian Navy, and he studied economics in Britain and Italy.
That means he probably knows a nice place for a romantic dinner in any country in Europe, and he could take your there by boat.
4. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum of Dubai
That name is a mouthful, but you can call him "Fazza" for short. That's the name he publishes his poetry under.
That's right, the prince has a variety of interests and hobbies. Along with his artistic side, Fazza is a horseman, a diver and a skydiver.
He also has more than 5 million Instagram followers, so you may have some competition for his hand in marriage.
5. Louis Spencer, Viscount Althorp
You may have noticed Prince Harry's cousin (and Princess Diana's nephew) at the royal wedding.
While he doesn't have a princely title, he's definitely inherited the Spencer family's good looks.
Here's a bonus: tie the knot with Louis and you may get to spend Christmas with his famous cousins. That's a win-win.
6. Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah of Jordan
Another prince who has become a social media sensation, Hussein has snapped candid shots of himself meeting world leaders, riding motorcycles, and enjoying soccer games.
He's is a history major who has worked with the U.N. Security Council, so he'll probably be interested in someone he can talk current affairs with.
7. Prince Mateen of Brunei
The prince of this tiny Asian country is a true renaissance man. He has a Masters Degree in Arts, but also qualified as a helicopter pilot in the Royal Air Force.
Mateen is also a multi-sport athlete, who competes in polo, boxing, kickboxing, and soccer.
Keeping up with his active lifestyle sounds tough, but you can't deny he makes it look easy.
8. Prince Albert of Thurn and Taxis
This German aristocrat has been making headlines since he was just eight years old, when he was named the world's youngest billionaire.
His networth has only gone up, up, up since then.
While the prince's ancestor made their money building castles and breweries, he prefers to drive race cars.
9. Prince Wenzeslaus of Liechtenstein
He's been nicknamed "Prince Vince" by the tabloids, where his romantic connection to Victoria's Secret model Adriana Lima is a hot topic.
If they ever break up, his share of his tiny country's royal estate (and of his father's massive banking group) are up for grabs.
10. King Leruo Molotlegi
That's right, this ruler of South Africa's Royal Bafokeng Nation is still on the market.
Originally an architect, he took the throne in 2000 after his brother's untimely death and has made a name for himself as an advocate for indigenous rights.
In his spare time, the king flies small planes and like to watch soccer games.
11. Prince Constantine-Alexios of Greece and Denmark
He's only 20 years old, but if your daughter is single she might be interested in Prince William's godson, who goes by Tino among his friends.
The Greek prince is even a local at the moment: he's studying at Georgetown University, where his friends say he has a passion for art and horseback riding.
By the way, Constantine's older brother Philippos is also looking for love. Like his younger brother he studied at Georgetown, and today he works with hedge funds in New York.
Despite his royal title, Philippos is surprisingly down-to-earth.
"I work for a living," he told Gotham Magazine. "Everyone has to work, and in that sense, I’m like everyone else."
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