There isn't exactly a long list of royals the world is obsessed with, but it is safe to say that Jordan's dynamic Queen Rania is one of them. Taking over the mantle from his mother is Rania's eldest son with King Abdullah II, Al Hussein bin Abdullah II. Prince Hussein to the world.
The 22-year-old, who has studied international history at Georgetown University, became the youngest to ever chair a meeting on behalf of his country at the United Nations Security Council in 2015. He is also a member of Jordan's armed forces, which would explain a majority of his Instagram feed.
Like his mother, Prince Hussein also participates, encourages and is personally looking after several charities. One of his most well known initiatives, the Crown Prince Foundation, funds various projects including centres working towards drug and tobacco abuse rehabilitation. The Cochlear Implant Initiative - which provides medical aide to children - is also one of his pet projects.
But the thing that seems to have struck most Insta users, are his incredible genes.
مدرسة عبين الثانوية للاناث، واحدة من 50 مدرسة شملتها المبادرة الملكية لتدفئة المدارس الحكومية، وإن شاء الله هذه الخطوة ستمنح الطلاب بيئة تعليمية أفضل #أردننا Ebeen School for girls, one of 50 schools benefiting from the Royal Initiative to provide heating through solar power in the coldest areas of #Jordan, a step to provide students with a healthy learning environment #OurJordan
في اليوم العالمي للشباب، أتمنى لكل شاب وشابة مستقبلا يملؤونه بالسلام، والعدالة، والتغيير نحو الأفضل، مستقبلا نصنعه بأيدينا وإرادتنا. #أردننا On the occasion of the International Youth Day, I wish all youth a future of peace, equality, and positive change, a future we build with our hands and strong wills. #OurJordan
Edited by Abha Srivastava