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    Watch out, ladies, there is an international invasion of eligible royal bachelors. TLC's new series, "Secret Princes," which premieres on Sept. 21, follows four noblemen as they leave their countries to live and work in the U.S. From left to right: Lord Robert Walters, Prince Salauddin Babi of India, Honourable Ludovic Watson of Houghton Hall and Prince Francisco Joaquin de Borbon von Hardenberg.
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    And here are the lads dressed in their casual American disguises as they live undercover in Atlanta, Ga. The international royals attempt to find love while living as "commoners." From left to right: Honourable Ludovic Watson, Lord Robert Walters, Prince Salauddin Babi and Prince Francisco of Spain.
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    Without their powerful families and no servants at their beck and call, the royals are forced to learn how to cook, clean and shop for themselves. Here, the Honourable Ludovic Waldo Rupert Watson, also known as "Ludo," a sports enthusiast and the son of Lord and Lady Manton, makes tea with the Prince Salauddin Babi of India.
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    The 30-year-old Lord Robert Walters of England said he can trace his prestigious heritage back to King Henry VIII. An underwear model, "Lord Rob," as he prefers to be called, has been featured in Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger ad campaigns.
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    The royal bachelors also go out to local bars to try to find American girls who will date them for their true selves, and not for their wealth or status. Prince Salauddin, 32, is only 5-foot-5 and believes European women are too tall, so he is hoping to find shorter women -- without his usual royal entourage.
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    "Ludo" and Prince Francisco play ping pong in the bachelor pad's kitchen. "Cisco" is the 32-year-old son of the Duke of Seville, the cousin of the current King Carlos of Spain, and grew up with a very privileged childhood.
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    The princes relax in the living room of their bachelor pad in Atlanta, Ga. During the five-part TLC series, the royals, who range in age from 23 to 33, make money by picking up odd jobs, including waiting tables and grooming dogs.
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    While living in the U.S., the noblemen attempt the American art of barbequing. After four weeks of living as commoners, the princes' true identities will be revealed at a ball.
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