We're all familiar with the children of the British royal family—Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis and even Archie Harrison, who is further down the line to the crown. But what about the young heirs and heiresses of monarchies in other parts of the world? We round up the youngest royals around the globe, who are set to become the monarchs of tomorrow.
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1. Prince Charles of Luxembourg
Born on May 10, 2020, the royal baby of Prince Guilliame and Princess Stéphanie is already second in line to the throne of Luxembourg, a small European country bordered by Belgium, France and Germany.
The young prince made his public appearance for the first time on the steps of Grand Duchess Charlotte Maternity Hospital two days after he was born, and met his grandparents, the Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg via a video call.