Princes with a Gay Warrant

In the United Kingdom, your business is made when you receive a Royal warrant. Warrants are granted by +Queen Elizabeth II, the Duke of Edinburgh  and the Prince of Wales. The warrants accredit your business as a regular supplier to the Royal courts and attest the quality standard of your products and service.


Pierre Casiraghi of Monaco



But that is not what I want to write about. There are princes in the line of succession who will never accede to a throne (apart to the one they have to use daily like all of us). But their looks grant them a gay warrant from appreciative and faithful gay followers. And no, you don't have to hold a title to be in line to a throne these days. Monaco for instance is currently set to have the first future untitled Prince in Andrea Casiraghi.


A prime example for a gay following is Andrea's brother Pierre Casiraghi. He is prime target thanks to his bathing habits when enjoying the Mediterranean Sea. Comes with the job, so to say, or the family connections. As he also enjoys to party, and drink a glass or two, he is frequently very openhearted with his outfits. And enjoyable boy in every aspect, he manages to keep out of the press to an astonishing degree.


Another Prince without throne is Prince Carl Philip of Sweden. Born as the Crown Prince of Sweden, he was demoted to mere Prince by a change in the laws of succession which replaced him with his older sister Victoria. He still outranks her in the succession in the British succession, but placed somewhere in the 200s that is not really an imminent problem. He definitely outranks both Victoria and Madeleine where gays are concerned.


Judge for yourself if they have earned their gay warrants.


Further reading: 
William and Kate
Not All That Glitters
Royal Succession


Pierre Casiraghi and Carl Hirschmann


HRH Prince Carl Philip of Sweden


Pierre Casiraghi of Monaco


Pierre Casiraghi of Monaco


Andrea and Pierre Casiraghi of Monaco


HRH Prince Carl Philip of Sweden

HRH Prince Carl Philip of Sweden