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    His name alone sounds like something out of a fairy tale, but Prince Wenzeslaus of Liechtenstein is 100 percent real. The 39-year-old prince is stylish and once dated Victoria's Secret model Adriana Lima.
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    Prince Harry is one of the most recognized young royals in the world. The fun-loving party prince, who made headlines with his wild Vegas antics and grand adventures to the South Pole, is also now an uncle to his brother William's son, Prince George. The 28-year-old British royal is reportedly dating British model and socialite Cressida Bonas, but is still known getting a bit rowdy.
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    Prince Carl Philip of Sweden is also not exactly single -- he's been living with girlfriend Sofia Hellqvist since 2010, but the 34-year-old royal hasn't popped the question yet so you might say he's still eligible.
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    Talk about tall, dark and handsome! Dubai's Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is an award-winning equestrian and a published poet. And the 31-year-old isn't afraid to mingle with commoners. The prince was snapped riding the metro during the official launch of the Dubai Metro Green Line on Sept. 9, 2011.
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    Prince Sebastien of Luxembourg, 21, loves sports and is fourth in line to the throne. While his brother Prince Felix of Luxembourg went off the market this fall when he wed his girlfriend, Claire Lademacher, Sebastien is still available.
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    Brothers Prince Amedeo, left, and Prince Joachim of Belgium come with significant pedigree. Aside from being royal, both served in the Belgian military and both are very good-looking. Amedeo, 27, crossed the Atlantic to work as a business analyst for Deloitte in New York until last year. His brother Joachim, 22, has stayed in Europe to attend college.
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    Prince Philippos of Greece is the son of King Constantine of Greece and Queen Anne-Marie of Denmark, so a royal by blood. But because Greece abolished their monarchy, whoever snags Philippos won't become queen. The 27-year-old is a graduate of Georgetown University and has been known to mingle in Manhattan social circles.
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    Hussein Bin Abdullah, the crown prince of Jordan, is the eldest son of King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al Abdullah. Another young royal who came to the United States for college, the 19-year-old prince is pursuing a degree in political science at Georgetown University and shares his father's passion for motorcycles.
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    Pierre Casiraghi, the 26-year-old grandson of Princess Grace, is third in line to the throne of Monaco, after his mother Princess Caroline and his brother, Andrea Casiraghi, 29. Although his older brother and 27-year-old sister Charlotte Casiraghi both tied the knot this year, no wedding bells have rung yet for Pierre.
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    Azim is a prince of Brunei but he is the king of throwing lavish parties. His 30th birthday bash last year was a diva-studded event, with Pamela Anderson, Mariah Carey and Raquel Welch among the guests. The 31-year-old multi-millionaire is third in line to the throne.
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    Prince Albert von Thurn und Taxis loves to live life in the fast lane. Ranking No. 3 on Forbes' "World's Youngest Billionaires" list this year, the 29-year-old German aristocrat is a race car driver on the European circuit and tours with a German auto-racing league. Oh yeah, and Forbes estimates his net worth to be $1.5 billion.
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