Harry made us swoon touring the world for his gran. But if you can’t nab him, fear not, there are plenty of other poshos out there!
Wonga George belongs to the House of Percy. Not a mad fashion label,
but the actual Duchy of Northumberland. When Dad pops his clogs, George will
become the thirteenth Duke and inherit Alnwick Castle, where Harry Potter
was filmed. The Percys are worth a reported £300million, and own 100,000
acres of land. Until George takes over, he’s got a £250,000-a-year trust
fund, and the use of a piper. Oh – and he’ll be buried in Westminster Abbey
one day (his family have the “rights”).
Find him at George has recently set up a business in renewable energy,
so leg it to County Durham, where he’s just about to drill a commercial
geothermal well, whatever that is. Failing that, George likes a spot of
tennis, so chuck on your whites and get to Wimbledon.
How to bag him George has been linked to Pippa Middleton, though it’s
been denied. Which we think makes him fair game. Make like P-Middy and try
the flat-share route. They buddied up at Edinburgh Uni, so get scouring
Prince Lorenzo Borghese, 38
Wonga The Borghese dynasty is big news in Italy, and became proper
royalty after one of the original Borgheses, Pope Paul V, handed out
princely titles to all his family in 1605. Centuries later, Prince Lorenzo
is revelling in his status in America. Brought up in New Jersey, this
Italian-American aristo owns a cosmetics company, founded a line of skincare
for pets, wrote a book about his famous ancestor, Paulina Bonaparte (sister
of Napoleon), and best of all appeared on TV dating series The Bachelor in
2006. He’s estimated to be worth £32million. Nice.
Find him at New York/New Jersey/Rome. Or some obscure satellite
channel, looking for love.
How to bag him Visit Rome for a spot of culture – the Borghese name is
on everything from parks to museums. Then get a dog, preferably with a skin
condition, and send Prince Lorenzo a heartfelt letter about doggy eczema.
Prince Wenzeslaus of Liechtenstein, 37
Wonga Er, £2.5billion. Just had to put that out there. The royal family
of Liechtenstein is the richest in Europe, even if they only have 35,000
subjects to rule over (less work, more play for Wentzy). And Prince
Wenzeslaus is set to split this fortune with his brothers Alexander and
Rudolph (loving the names, guys) at some point in the near future. Good old
King Wenzeslaus. Well, almost. He’s only eleventh in line to the throne…
Find him at For now, he’s partying it up all over the world and making
it into lots of gossip columns. He dated Victoria’s Secret model Adriana
Lima once upon a time, but don’t let that put you off. He just likes a party
How to bag him Learn German (hard). Make friends with some supermodels
(harder). Learn the Liechtenstein national anthem (easy – it has the same
tune as God Save The Queen). See, it’s not all hard. You’ve just got to put
some effort in.
The Honourable Drummond Money-Coutts, 25
Wonga He’s the tenth Baron of Latymer (to be), and he’s from the
prestigious Coutts banking family (AKA the bank the Queen uses), and his
last name is actually Money-Coutts, so this can only end one way, right?
Actually, no. Drummond may be from a super-wealthy, titled family and have
attended Eton, but he’s been working his own magic when it comes to his
career. Back at school, he founded a magic society and invited Uri Geller to
come and do some spoon bending, as you do. Drummond is now a fully fledged
magician in his own right, and has performed tricks for the likes of Hugh
Grant and the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia. And he’s doing loads of charity
stuff – he’s raised £17,000 to build a school in Kenya, and in November he
slept rough for eight nights to highlight homelessness, raising £250,000 for
Find him at A magic convention. Or getting down and dirty on the
streets for charity. But most likely, he might just go poof in front of your
eyes and disappear… we like a mysterious man. Especially a rich ’un.
He’s rich, and he’s a magician
How to bag him Learn magic, and quick. Knowing how to play Snap will
simply not suffice. You need to be able to pull swans out of your armpits to
impress this boy. But it’ll be worth it: Drummond might need a lovely new
lady assistant and you could be the next Debbie McGee. And did we mention he
comes from the Coutts dynasty?
Prince Amedeo of Belgium, 26
Wonga Amedeo, also known as the Archduke of Austria-Este, descends from
the Austrian, Belgian, Danish, Portugese, Spanish and Brit royal families,
and went to uber-posh Sevenoaks School, in Kent. So he’s totally partial to
British skirt. After enrolling in military school, Am’ now works at
financial company Deloitte in New York.
Find him at We like to imagine that he wanders around Manhattan,
dressed in full military garb. But he’s actually notoriously private, so he
probably blends into the background in a smart suit and tie, like any other
New York worker bee. Just an insanely well-connected bee. With lady bees
How to bag him Brush up on your French and, um, Flemish just to impress
him. Honestly, he’ll be impressed if you speak Flemish. It might also help
if you learn your times tables. Then get to New York.