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Britain (equal primogeniture- “gender blind”)

Sovereign: Queen Elizabeth II

  1. The Prince of Wales
  2. The Duke of Cambridge 
  3. Prince George of Cambridge 
  4. Princess Charlotte of Cambridge
  5. Prince Henry of Wales
  6. The Duke of York
  7. Princess Beatrice of York
  8. Princess Eugenie of York
  9. The Earl of Wessex
  10. James, Viscount Severn
  11. Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor
  12. The Princess Royal 
  13. Peter Phillips 
  14. Savannah Phillips 
  15. Isla Phillips 
  16. Zara Phillips 
  17. Mia Tindall
  18. David Armstrong-Jones
  19. Charles Armstrong-Jones
  20. Margarita Armstrong-Jones
  21. Lady Sara Chatto
  22. Samuel Chatto
  23. Arthur Chatto
  24. More

Spain (Male-preference primogeniture)

Sovereign: King Felipe VI

  1. The Princess of Asturias 
  2. Infanta Sofia
  3. Infanta Elena, The Duchess of Lugo
  4. Felipe Juan Froilan Marichalar
  5. Victoria Federica Marichalar
  6. Infanta Cristina
  7. Juan Urdangarin
  8. Pablo Urdangarin
  9. Miguel Urdangarin
  10. Irene Urdangarin

Belgium (equal primogeniture- “gender blind”)

Sovereign: King Philippe 

  1. The Duchess of Brabant 
  2. Prince Gabriel 
  3. Prince Emmanuel 
  4. Princess Eleanore
  5. Princess Marie-Astrid
  6. Prince Amedeo
  7. Princess Maria Laura
  8. Prince Joachim 
  9. Princess Luisa Maria 
  10. Princess Laetitia Maria 
  11. Prince Laurent 
  12. Princess Louise
  13. Prince Nicolas 
  14. Prince Aymeric

Denmark (equal primogeniture- “gender blind”)

Sovereign: Queen Margrethe II

  1. Crown Prince Frederik
  2. Prince Christian 
  3. Princess Isabella 
  4. Prince Vincent 
  5. Princess Josephine 
  6. Prince Joachim 
  7. Prince Nikolai 
  8. Prince Felix
  9. Prince Henrik
  10. Princess Athena 
  11. Princess Benedikte
  12. Princess Elisabeth 

Sweden (equal primogeniture- “gender blind”)

Sovereign: King Carl XVI Gustaf

  1. Crown Princess Victoria 
  2. Princess Estelle 
  3. Prince Oscar
  4. Prince Carl Philip 
  5. Prince Alexander
  6. Princess Madeleine 
  7. Princess Leonore
  8. Prince Nicolas

Norway (equal primogeniture- “gender blind”)

Sovereign: King Harald V

  1. Crown Prince Haakon
  2. Princess Ingrid Alexandra 
  3. Prince Sverre Magnus
  4. Princess Martha Louise
  5. Maud Angelica Behn
  6. Leah Isadora Behn
  7. Emma Tallulah Behn

The Netherlands (equal primogeniture- “gender blind”)

Sovereign: King Willem-Alexander

  1. The Princess of Orange 
  2. Princess Alexia
  3. Princess Ariane
  4. Prince Constantijn
  5. Countess Eloise 
  6. Count Claus-Casimir
  7. Countess Leonore
  8. Princess Margriet

Luxembourg (equal primogeniture- “gender blind”)

Sovereign: Grand Duke Henri

  1. Prince Guillaume, Hereditary Grand Duke
  2. Prince Felix
  3. Princess Amalia
  4. Prince Liam
  5. Princess Alexandra 
  6. Prince Sebastien 
  7. Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg
  8. Prince Paul Louis of Nassau
  9. Prince Leopold of Nassau
  10. Prince Jean Andre of Nassau
  11. Prince Robert of Luxembourg
  12. Prince Alexandre of Nassau
  13. Prince Frederik of Nassau

Monaco (Male-preference primogeniture)

Sovereign: Prince Albert II

  1. Prince Jacques, Hereditary Prince of Monaco 
  2. Princess Gabriella
  3. Caroline, Princess of Hanover 
  4. Andrea Casiraghi
  5. Alexandre “Sasha” Casiraghi
  6. India Casiraghi
  7. Pierre Casiraghi
  8. Stefano Casiraghi
  9. Charlotte Casiraghi
  10. Princess Alexandra of Hanover 
  11. Princess Stephanie 
  12. Louis Ducruet
  13. Pauline Ducruet

Jordan (Agnatic primogeniture- males only)

Sovereign: King Abdullah II

  1. Crown Prince Hussein 
  2. Prince Hashem
  3. Prince Faisal
  4. Prince Omar
  5. Prince Ali
  6. Prince Abdullah 
  7. Prince Hamzeh
  8. Prince Hashim 
  9. More

Liechtenstein (Agnatic primogeniture- males only)

Sovereign: Prince Hans-Adam II

  1. Hereditary Prince Alois
  2. Prince Josef-Wenzel
  3. Prince Georg
  4. Prince Nikolaus 
  5. Prince Maximilian 
  6. Prince Alfons
  7. Prince Constantin
  8. Prince Moritz
  9. Prince Benedikte
  10. Prince Philipp
  11. Prince Alexander 
  12. Prince Wenzeslaus
  13. Prince Rudolf
  14. Prince Nikolaus 
  15. Prince Josef-Emanuel
  16. More

Japan (Agnatic primogeniture- males only)

Sovereign: Emperor Akihito

  1. Crown Prince Naruhito
  2. Prince Akishino
  3. Prince Hisahito
  4. Prince Hitachi
  5. Prince Mikasa
  6. Prince Katsura

To be updated as necessary

Princess Maria Anunciata of Liechtenstein curated the exhibition “Picasso: Between Cubism and Classicism, 1915-1925” at Rome’s Scuderie del Quirinale.
She attended the preview a week ago in Rome, Italy.

HSH Princess Anunciata of Liechtenstein is the daughter of HSH Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein and HRH  Princess Margaretha of Luxembourg.
Her father is a younger brother of the reigning Prince of Liechtenstein, Hans-Adam II.
Her mother is the sister of Henri, Grand Duke of Luxembourg.
For the time being, her parents’ marriage (1982) is the last dynastically equal marriage between two sovereign houses currently reigning in Europe.

Photo: Alessandro di Meo / EPA-EFE


The current reigning royal couples of Europe and their signatures.

  • King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden
  • King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain
  • King Harald V and Queen Sonja of Norway
  • Albert II and Charlene, Prince and Princess of Monaco
  • Hans-Adam II and Marie, Prince and Princess of Liechtenstein
  • Grand Duke Henri and Duchess Maria Theresa of Luxembourg
  • Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip of the United Kingdoms
  • Queen Margrethe II of Denmark
  • King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands
  • King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium
Gaston and Hans- Parallels

1. Handsome

2. Seems harmless at first

3. Proposes to the princess

4. Can fight

5. Turns on said princess, revealing themselves as the antagonist

6. Attempts to hurt the princess’s love ones

anonymous asked:

if you're still looking for stuff to draw then how about tiny gentlemen body swap

This is going to be a disaster for everyone involved and a couple people who aren’t.


Royal Meme | ROYAL FACTS | [1/5]→ Isabel and Fernando, royal Europe’s great-grandparents

Europe’s Royal Families have historically intermarried among allies, but there is a family link that all of the current sovereigns share, from the Prince of Liechtenstein to the Queen of Denmark, all ten heads of Europe’s hereditary monarchies are descendants of Isabel I of Castile and Fernando II of Aragón, the powerful Catholic Monarchs.

545 years after their wedding, their major dynastic heir, King Juan Carlos I of Spain, reigns in their native territories, and with Prince Hans-Adams of Liechtenstein, Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, King Carl XVI Gustav of Sweden, King Harald V of Norway, Prince Albert II of Monaco, King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg and King Philippe of Belgium, the King is the most famous living descendant of the couple.

Isabel and Fernando married their five adult children to powerful monarchs and well-connected women, resulting in fifteen grandchildren who became Kings, Queens, Emperors and Empresses, and whose living descendants include Europe’s current Sovereigns. 


The Monarchs of Europe

(minus the Pope and the Princes of Andorra)