No need anymore for your father to be a king. Simply marry a princess. Now, with the royals not marrying royals any more, there are countless opportunities. There are still more than 40 monarchies worldwide with countless princesses. Here is my top 10 unmarried princesses.
Princess Madeleine of Sweden
Madeleine is the princess of Sweden. Aged 28, she's the youngest member of the Swedish royal family and third in line to the throne. A philanthropist, she regularly seeks to raise awareness of global issues and once interned at the UNICEF headquarters in New York.
Princess Charlotte of Hanover
Charlotte Marie Pomeline Casiraghi is the daughter of Caroline, Princess of Hanover and the grandchild of Hollywood legend Grace Kelly. She is fourth in line to the throne of Monaco. In addition to being a princess, she is also a published writer and has worked on many prestigious British publications.
Princess Sonam of Bhutan
Sonam Dechen Wangchuck, 29, is princess of Bhutan. The daughter of former king Jigme Singye Wangchuck and half-sister of the current king, Jigme Khesar Namgyel, this strikingly beautiful royal is as smart as princesses come. She studied at the American university Stanford and has a masters in law from Harvard. Now that's marriage material.
Princess Beatrice of York
As the elder daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York, 22-year-old Beatrice Elizabeth Mary Windsor is the first female in line of succession to the English throne. The strikingly beautiful and newly slim princess is quite a catch and, although she currently has a boyfriend, there's no ring on her finger yet, which means she's still on the market.
Princess Eugenie of York
Beatrice's younger sister, 20-year-old Eugenie Victoria Windsor, is sixth in line of succession to the English throne. In keeping with several of the eligible princesses on our list, there's no doubting her intelligence. She's currently studying at Newcastle University, and received two As and a B in her A-level exams. Impressive
Princess Sikhanyiso of Swaziland
This unruly princess would need a confident and strong-willed man if her supposed disobedience were to be believed. She has been beaten on several occasions due to her maverick qualities. Whether her royal parents have managed to whip her into shape, though, remains to be seen.
Princess Tsuguko of Takamado
Princess Tsuguko is the 24-year-old cousin of Akihito, the reigning emperor of Japan, and the eldest daughter of the late Prince Takamado. Due to strict media regulations in Japan, she isn't pimped out to the press as much as some of the other royals on our list, which is a shame.
Princess Sirivannavari of Thailand
Princess Sirivannavari is the daughter of Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn. Aside from being a member of the richest royal family in the world, she is also an aspiring fashion designer, having showcased collections in both Bangkok and Paris fashion weeks.
Princess Theodora of Greece and Denmark
Princess Theodora is the young daughter of King Constantine II of Greece and his wife, Anne-Marie of Denmark. Unfortunately for Theodora, even though she retains her title of Princess, she cannot become queen, because the monarchy was abolished in Greece nine years after she was born. Even so, she still has royal blood and two very wealthy parents.
Princess Iman bint Al-Hussein
Her beauty remains unchallenged in the Arab world and the fact she's served in the Jordanian army shows she's not afraid of a challenge.
So make your pick, but confirm it with her first. Times are changing fast and some of them may be married by now. So hurry.