Royal families may not actually run the world anymore, but they certainly do their part for the fashion world. We love these classic and trendy looks from royals all over the world.

We’ve followed the Windsor’s fashion tastes, from Queen Victoria’s first-of-its-kind white wedding dress and Princess Diana’s Tuxedos to Duchess Meghan’s transformation from upcoming Hollywood star to Her Royal Highness, Duchess of Sussex. Although we’ve loved the edgy fashion sense Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice inherited from their mother, the Duchess of York, there is so much more to the worlds’ royal families than just the Windsors.

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The Queen of Lesotho, Masenate Mohato Seeiso

The Queen of Lesotho, Queen Masenate Mohato Seeiso, is known for her gentle humility. Although she is a reigning monarch, people who have met her rave about how down to earth the Sotho Queen is. Her quiet grace and simple elegance definitely show in her style and her fashion choices.

Inkhsokati LaNgangaza of the Kingdom of eSwatini

Every Swati queen has her own style and does glamour her own way. Nkhosikati LaNgangaza is the fourth wife of the King of The Kingdom of eSwatini and serves her own take on glamour on the red carpet.
African Queens can serve Hollywood glam with the best of them.

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Princess Caroline of Monaco

There’s more to the little city-state of Monaco than the Grand-Prix. The house of Grimaldi, the Royal family of Monaco, is definitely an attraction on its own. Grace Kelly’s super-star status definitely rubbed off on her daughter, Princess Caroline of Monaco.

Princess Caroline’s formal outfits may be the ones she performs her official business in, but it’s her casual outfits that have us completely in love with her style.

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Queen Letizia of Spain

Meghan Markle isn’t the first celebrity to go from being TV royalty to actual royalty. Queen Letizia of Spain was a CNN anchor and journalist before she married King Felipe in 2004.

Thank goodness the Spanish monarchy isn’t as strict about the royal dress code as the English! Queen Letizia might as well add Queen of the Stylish Aisles to her titles, because from where we stand that is exactly what she is.

Empress Masako of Japan

Fashion may move with the trends – what’s hot this season could be a ghastly faux pas in the next season, but style is forever. Empress Masako of Japan isn’t fashionable by any stretch of the imagination; she doesn’t comply with the latest trends, but she is definitely stylish.
Her regal style and timeless elegance alone deserve a bow.

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