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Prince William may be off the market, but that doesn't mean all the good (royal) ones are taken. On the Today show this morning, NBC's Michelle Kosinski reported on those regal hunks still looking for their princesses. Enjoy yachting, hand waving and long walks along the Mediterranean? Then your future husband could be one of these eligible noblemen:

  • Prince Wenzeslaus of Liechtenstein: Warning: His former flame is Victoria's Secret model Adriana Lima.
  • Prince Felix of Luxembourg: Known for his brains and brawn, Prince Felix is an avid polo player.
  • Andrea Casiraghi of Monaco (pictured left): He was named one of People magazine's Most Beautiful People and is the grandson of Princess Grace.
  • Prince Azim of Brunei: This infamous party boy is worth an estimated $22 billion.
  • Prince Carl Philip of Sweden (pictured right): A race car driver, military man and graphic designer, this playboy even caught Today show host Meredith Vieira's eye. "He looked like a very bright young man... I like him for my daughter."
  • Last but not least, Prince Harry of Wales (pictured center): Prince William's younger brother has now inherited the title of world's most-sought-after bachelor.

Fortunately, you don't necessarily need to be an aristocrat to land one of these grand fellas, Kosinski explains. Kate Middleton is the first commoner in 350 years to marry a prince within reach of the British throne. Other notable exceptions include Prince Haakon of Norway, who married former waitress and single mom Mette-Marit Tjessem Hoiby, Prince Philippe of Spain and his wife ex-TV anchorwoman Letizia Ortiz and Swedish Crown Princess Victoria and her personal trainer/prince Daniel Westling.

Watch the Today show segment below:

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  • Dan

    Tell them to go out and get a job first.

  • NVJ

    Prince William flies rescue helicopters off the Welsh coast for the Royal Air Force. I've never even been in a heliocopter...have you ?

  • Me?

    NVJ I never been in a heliocopter either but if the Royal Air Force train me, I will fly for them.

  • jc

    Holy Cow! The guy on the left is just toooooo cute!!

  • lisa

    eww are you serious?

  • Tex

    OK, now how about equal time for the us the eligible ladies!

  • laura

    At the odds of 8 to one.....NO, you can look outside and see lots of women!!

  • TTT

    Every girl is a princess!

  • tj

    Is it me or does Prince Harry resemble Dale Earnhardt, Jr. in that photo? Either way, I think they're both cuties.

  • DonIron

    where de white wimmens be at? i know dey be some dem white wimmens royals, too! How bouts sumpin for the mens?

  • hope

    I think I'm moving to Sweden.

  • john bruno

    Can't believe that there is anyone in the world, except the Brits, who believe in kings and queens in 2011.

    I have more respect for a person who gets elected to an office with 25 votes than have respect anyone who has achieved nothing, except being born to someone with a title.

  • Joseph Leslie

    How come Prince Harry doesn't look at all like Prince Charles? Did they ever get a sample of his DNA to do a paternity test?

  • Bob

    Why are all the Royals so ugly? They killed the one good looking one...go figure. And when are the Brits going to give these guys Nomex flight suits? I realize they are faking the whole "pilot" thing...but really. Give them a good authentic uniform....but then again, the Brits dress their pilots in cotton....not anything flame resistant!

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