Prince Harry has just taken out the title of the world’s hottest royal!
The ginger Prince came first in a poll ranking the royals of the world on their good looks.
The 31-year-old beat his brother Prince William by a mile… the future king only managed to land ninth spot.
Second on the list of hotties is Prince Carl Philip, fourth in line to the Swedish throne and married to model Sofia Hellqvist.
Rounding out the top three was Andrea Casiraghi, fourth in line to the throne of Monaco.
The results came from a poll of 1000 women run by the Crown Clinic in Manchester.
Survey respondents emphasised it wasn’t just Harry’s rugged handsomeness that won him the title.
They indicated the young royal had a cheeky, fun personality, and was an excellent ambassador for the British royal family.
Fourth place went to Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum, the Crown Prince of Dubai. Fifth was Prince Felix of Luembourg, who is married to German scientist Claire Lademacher.
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In at number six was Prince Wenzeslaus of Lichetenstein, then King Felipe VI of Spain, with Prince Amedeo of Belgium at number eight.
Tenth place went to the only other British royal on the list, Princess Anne’s son Peter Phillips.
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Meanwhile Prince Charles has been named "Londoner of Decade".
And no one is more surprised than him!
The title was awarded to the future king at the Evening Standard's Progress 1000 event for his work promoting the London capital.
He was recognised at an award ceremony for his campaign for London and for his tireless charity work over the years.
"I am most touched, and indeed surprised, that the Evening Standard should have decided to give me the award of Londoner of the Decade.
"As I suppose I have spent most of my life trying to propose and initiate things that very few people could see the point of, or, frankly, thought were plain bonkers at the time, perhaps some of them are now beginning to recognise a spot of pioneering in all this apparent madness?"