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Tatler unveils the top six most eligible bachelors- including the Prince Harry’s cousin

The six most eligible bachelors have been revealed, for those hoping to follow in Meghan Markle’s footsteps.

Tatler unveiled the little-known singletons, who boast impressive titles, first-class degrees and lavish castles to match.

The blue-blooded eligibles include Prince Harry’s cousin Louis Spencer, also known as Viscount Althorp, who is currently studying at Edinburgh University.

Further afield you can bag your very own royal, in the form of Prince Mateen of Brunei, a 27-year-old Kings College graduate and qualified RAF pilot with a penchant for shirtless selfies. 

And those looking for a more low-key life of luxury can look towards the Marquess of Worcester, the 30-year-old grandson of the Duke of Beaufort.

Currently working as a hedgefunder, he leads a surprisingly private life off social media, but is due to inherit a £200 million property and investment portfolio. 

Viscount Althorp, 24

Prince Harry’s cousin Louis Spencer, also known as Viscount Althorp, has been unveiled as one of the UK’s most eligible bachelors. He grew up in Cape Town and is currently studying at Edinburgh University (seen at Harry and Meghan’s wedding last May, alongside sister Eliza Spencer, left, and mother Victoria Aitken, right)

The future Earl's good looks didn't go unnoticed at Meghan and Harry's wedding last year, and Louis even caught the attention of Nicki Minaj in 2015, who joked about marrying him (seen)

The future Earl’s good looks didn’t go unnoticed at Meghan and Harry’s wedding last year, and Louis even caught the attention of Nicki Minaj in 2015, who joked about marrying him (seen)

Prince Harry’s cousin Louis Spencer, 24, is the fourth child and eldest son of Charles Spencer, 9th Earl Spencer, who is Princess Diana’s brother.

Despite being younger than model Kitty, and their sisters Eliza and Amelia, English primogeniture law dictates that he will inherit their father’s estates and title of Earl.

Louis was born in Westminster before moving to Cape Town, and is currently studying at Edinburgh University.

His good looks didn’t go unnoticed at Meghan and Harry’s wedding last year, and Louis even caught the attention of Nicki Minaj in 2015, who joked about marrying him.

Prince Mateen of Brunei, 27 

Prince Mateen of Brunei, 27, is the tenth child and fourth son of Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah with his second wife and shares regular shirtless selfies to his Instagram account, which boasts 1M followers

Prince Mateen of Brunei, 27, is the tenth child and fourth son of Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah with his second wife and shares regular shirtless selfies to his Instagram account, which boasts 1M followers

Educated at the top schools, he went on to attend the The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in Britain, which has taught the likes of Prince William and Harry

Educated at the top schools, he went on to attend the The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in Britain, which has taught the likes of Prince William and Harry

Prince Mateen of Brunei, 27, is the tenth child and fourth son of Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah with his second wife. 

Educated at the top schools on the island of Borneo, he went on to attend the The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in Britain, which has taught the likes of Prince William and Harry.

Abdul Mateen studied international politics at King’s College before completing a masters at the School of African and Oriental Studies. 

Most recently he qualified as a military RAF pilot and was awarded with an RAF Wing Badge. He shares regular shirtless selfie snaps to his Instagram account, which boasts 1M followers.

Marquess of Granby, 19 

The Marquess of Granby, 19, is the eldest son of David Manners, 11th Duke of Rutland and wife Emma Manners, Duchess of Rutland Charles Manners (seen with sister- Lady Eliza, 21) 

The Marquess of Granby, 19, is the eldest son of David Manners, 11th Duke of Rutland and wife Emma Manners, Duchess of Rutland Charles Manners (seen with sister- Lady Eliza, 21) 

Charles Manners is the oldest son, he is heir to his father's title and Belvoir Castle, in Leicestershire, and was last year named 'breakout boy' of the year by Tatler magazine (seen with Eliza)

Charles Manners is the oldest son, he is heir to his father’s title and Belvoir Castle, in Leicestershire, and was last year named ‘breakout boy’ of the year by Tatler magazine (seen with Eliza)

The Marquess of Granby, 19, is the eldest son of David Manners, 11th Duke of Rutland and wife Emma Manners, Duchess of Rutland Charles Manners.

Charles Manners is brother to older sisters Lady Violet, 25, Lady Alice, 23, and Lady Eliza, 21, and sibling to younger brother Lord Hugo Manners, 15. 

Being the oldest son, he is heir to his father’s title and Belvoir Castle, in Leicestershire, and was last year named ‘breakout boy’ of the year by Tatler magazine.

Charles is currently studying Business Management at Newcastle University and has an Instagram account which is set to private.

Prince Constantine Alexios of Greece, 20 

Prince Constantine Alexios of Greece, 20, (seen left) is the eldest son and second child of Crown Prince Pavlos and Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece- seen with sister Olympia and brother Achileas (right)

Prince Constantine Alexios of Greece, 20, (seen left) is the eldest son and second child of Crown Prince Pavlos and Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece- seen with sister Olympia and brother Achileas (right)

Constantine is second in line to the throne and his family is closely connected with the British royals as Prince William is his godfather. Known as Tino, he was born in New York where his parents were then based, but they relocated to London in 2004 for their children's education

Constantine is second in line to the throne and his family is closely connected with the British royals as Prince William is his godfather. Known as Tino, he was born in New York where his parents were then based, but they relocated to London in 2004 for their children’s education

Prince Constantine Alexios of Greece, 20, is the eldest son and second child of Crown Prince Pavlos and Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece.

Constantine is second in line to the throne and his family is closely connected with the British royals as Prince William is his godfather.

The prince, known as Tino, was born in New York where his parents were then based, but they relocated to London in 2004 for their children’s education.

Boasting a following of almost 100,000 fans on Instagram, the brother of socialite Princess Maria-Olympia is currently studying at Georgetown University in Washington.

Prince Nikolai of Denmark, 19

Prince Nikolai of Denmark, 19, is the son of Prince Joachim and Alexandra, Countess of Frederiksborg and seventh in line to the Danish throne. He is seen walking the runway during the Dior Pre-Fall 2019 Men's Collection show on November 30, 2018

Prince Nikolai of Denmark, 19, is the son of Prince Joachim and Alexandra, Countess of Frederiksborg and seventh in line to the Danish throne. He is seen walking the runway during the Dior Pre-Fall 2019 Men’s Collection show on November 30, 2018

Last year he signed a modeling contract with Scoop Models in Denmark, before joining Cara Delevingne on Burberry designer Christopher Bailey's show, walking in front of Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell

Last year he signed a modeling contract with Scoop Models in Denmark, before joining Cara Delevingne on Burberry designer Christopher Bailey’s show, walking in front of Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell

Prince Nikolai of Denmark, also known as Count of Monpezat, 19, is the son of Prince Joachim and Alexandra, Countess of Frederiksborg and seventh in line to the Danish throne.

Last year he signed a modeling contract with Scoop Models in Denmark, before joining Cara Delevingne on Burberry designer Christopher Bailey’s show, walking in front of Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell. 

Nikolai has a whole range of blue-blooded connections, and counts the Earl of Wessex as his his godfather. 

However being seventh in line to the Danish throne means that he doesn’t collect an income from the Crown or have a title or land. 

The Marquess of Worcester, 30 

The Marquess of Worcester, 30, also known as Robert Somerset, grew up on the magnificent Badminton Estate, 22,500 acres in the heart of the Gloucestershire countryside. Left to right: Claudia Legge, Bobby Marquis of Worcester, Anna Loake, Rebecca Hoffnung

The Marquess of Worcester, 30, also known as Robert Somerset, grew up on the magnificent Badminton Estate, 22,500 acres in the heart of the Gloucestershire countryside. Left to right: Claudia Legge, Bobby Marquis of Worcester, Anna Loake, Rebecca Hoffnung

The Marquess of Worcester, 30, also known as Robert Somerset, grew up on the magnificent Badminton Estate, 22,500 acres in the heart of the Gloucestershire countryside.

See the full feature in the March issue of Tatler, available on digital download and on newsstands now

See the full feature in the March issue of Tatler, available on digital download and on newsstands now

The game of badminton was invented there in 1863, it is the scene of the ultra-smart Badminton Horse Trials attended by Zara Phillips, and home of the Beaufort Foxhounds where Princes Charles, William and Harry have all ridden out in the past. 

He is the grandson of the Duke of Beaufort and the son of his heir, the Earl of Worcester, and will in the future inherit his title and £200 million property and investment portfolio.

Currently working as a hedgefunder for London asset management firm Crispin Odey, he is also known as the Earl of Glamorgan.

See the full feature in the March issue of Tatler, available on digital download and on newsstands now. 

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