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BeautifulPeople.com, a social networking site for the genetically blessed, recently polled 127,000 of its visitors in a royal rumble match-up to find the prettiest prince and princess.

Bride-to-be Kate Middleton beating out Princess Diana may have been a "big surprise," Greg Hodge, managing director of the site, told The New York Post. But Prince Charles placing 10th on the men's "most beautiful" list may be the most shocking. Prince Carl Philip of Sweden grabbed the top spot among the guys, while Prince William took fifth.

"The British royals are typically very horsey-looking," Hodge explained. "Diana certainly improved the... gene pool, and we hope that Kate will do the same."

The Most Beautiful Royal Women
#10 Princess Masako of Japan
#9 Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon
#8 Princess Mary of Denmark
#7 Princess Madeleine of Sweden
#6 Gayatri Devi, Maharani of Jaipur
#5 Charlotte Casiraghi of Monaco
#4 Princess Diana
#3 Kate Middleton, princess in waiting
#2 Queen Rania of Jordan
#1 Princess Grace of Monaco

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  • Shirley

    I think Queen Elizabeth looked lovely when she was a bride, unfortunatly, she's been wearing the same dowdy style dress ever since. She only changes the color!

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  • R E Church

    Diana will be the most beautiful for all time. She had "IT". There was nothing ordinary about her as all the others are/were. She glowed! You could not take a photo of her that was not perfect. She exuded glamour and just absolute gorgeousness that burst forth from her. I believe that came from her heart. She had beauty, empathy, love and she was abused in a ghastly way by the Royals.
    She was mesmerizing and worthy of taking up space in this world. And all in all, that was what did her in. That lame Chalres that she was duped into marrying, could not accept that she was a star, a giver and loved in a way that he could never be. Now we have to tolerate his alley cat mistress sitting in the front row in Diana's place and not showing a shred of the shame that is hers and Charle's as the wedding vows were read. Deaf or stupid and arrogant? I believe stupid and arrogant. Thak God, William is Diana's son and carries her values and good sense and drive to protect his new wife.

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  • pallas_athena

    Why were those particular pictures of Gayatra Devi selected? They were not very flattering and everyone else was shown while quite young, including Grace.

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  • Yisha

    This is what I think:
    10. Princess Masako of Japan
    9. Gayatri Devi, Maharani of Jaipur
    8. Princess Madeleine of Sweden
    7.Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon
    6. Princess Mary of Denmark
    5. Princess Diana
    4. Princess Kate Middleton
    3. Princess Grace of Monaco
    2. Queen Rania of Jordan
    1. Charlotte Casiraghi of Monaco

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