The news of the royal engagement of Prince Harry and Actress Meghan Markle literally broke the internet as the world’s most eligible bachelor is now officially off the market. No doubt that all of the single ladies all over the world are very excited for a royal wedding but it also squashed every daydream they had about falling in love with the prince of England and becoming the princess of England out of nowhere.
Since most of the European eligible royal men are officially taken, we thought that we underestimated the royal bachelors of the Middle East.
So, here are our 3 top picks of the eligible princes that you can definitely daydream about:
1- Prince Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum:
Also known as Fazza; the next ruler of Dubai with 5.9 million followers on Instagram, Fazza is passionate about poetry and is an accomplished horseman with several competition titles.He also has an adventurous side as he’s into skydiving, cycling and even falconry. When it comes to education the prince continued his studies in the United Kingdom where he graduated from Sandhurst in 2001 and later attended the London School of Economics.
2- Prince Hussein bin Abdullah of Jordan:
Jordan’s prince is also an Instagram star with 1.1 million followers. The son of King Abdullah and Queen Rania is believed to be the 42nd generation descendant of Islamic Prophet Muhammad. Prince Hussein obtained a bachelor’s degree in international history at Georgetown University in 2016 and graduated from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in 2017. He’s keen on playing football, reading and motorcycling.
3- Prince Fahad bin Faisal Al Saud of Saudi Arabia:
Prince Fahd was born in Taif but lives in LA and is all about smashing stereotypes. He graduated from Stanford with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and a double minor in Management Science and Middle Eastern Studies. His company Na3am launched the first comic about a Saudi female superhero. He is the creative director of the comic series and Stan Berkowit who has worked on the Batman and Justice League is the editor in chief. He was also the Head of User Operations for Facebook Arab where he helped in the launching of Facebook in Arabic in 2009.
Meghan Markle can have her British prince, but we’ll follow Rihanna’s lead.