Prince Harry makes Tatler’s Little Black Book 2016

Prince Harry has once again made it into Tatler’s Little Black Book.
The 32-year-old royal – one of the world’s most eligible bachelors – is in the magazine’s annual supplement which features “the most eligible, most beddable, most exotically plumaged birds and blokes in town”.
Harry has made it on to the list every year since its inception and 2016 is no different.
And Harry’s cousins Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie and Lady Kitty Spencer, also appear in the Little Black Book.
Just last month, Harry was voted the world’s hottest royal, beating off stiff competition from Sweden’s Prince Carl Philip, 37, who came in second place.
The poll carried out by Crown Clinic, a hair loss treatment company, surveyed 1,000 women with many choosing Harry because he is “fun” and a great personality to represent the British royal family.
Meanwhile, Harry’s older brother Prince William, 34, – who has Prince George, three, and Princess Charlotte, 17 months, with his wife, Duchess Catherine – only just made the list and was placed in ninth place.
A total of three British royals made it, Princess Anne’s son Peter Phillips came in 10th place.
Elsewhere, Prince Wenzeslaus of Liechtenstein – who previously dated Victoria’s Secret Angel Adriana Lima – came sixth.
Other royals listed include Monaco’s Andrea Casiraghi, Dubai’s Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Maktoum, King Felipe VI of Spain and Prince Amedeo of Belgium.
Asim Shahmalak, from Crown Clinic, commented: “Prince Harry is our most popular young royal and it is great to see that he has now been voted the world’s number one Prince Charming, too.
“He is a fun guy and is great at selling Britain all over the world.
“The other fun finding from the poll is that it was won by a ginger-haired man. You don’t find many Hollywood leading men who are redheads but Harry shows that it is very attractive.
“I think Harry’s whole look has been enhanced by his recent beard which really suits him.”