As of 2014, living real-life princesses include Princess Tatiana of Greece and Denmark, Princess Charlene of Monaco, Princess Keisha of Nigeria and Princess Zara of England. Some princesses come from royalty, and others come from common upbringings. Many princesses have accomplishments that extend beyond their royal duties.
Princess Tatiana of Greece and Denmark is well-educated and had a career in fashion prior to becoming a princess. She graduated from Georgetown University in 2003, where she earned a degree in sociology. She also worked as an events planner for fashion designer Diane von Fürstenberg. She married Prince Nikolaos in August 2010.
Princess Charlene of Monaco was a talented athlete. She was a South African Olympic swimmer before she married Prince Albert II of Monaco in July 2011.
Princess Keisha of Nigeria was working as a model when she met her prince. She has modeled for many cosmetic lines, including Revlon and Cover Girl.
Princess Zara of England comes from royalty. She is the daughter of Princess Anne of England. She was a member of the British equestrian team in the London 2012 Olympics and won a silver medal. She married a former rugby player, Mike Tindall, in 2011. In January 2014, the couple welcomed their daughter Mia into the world.