As of recently, the billionaire Duke of Westminster and the UK’s once most admissible bachelor is officially hitched. The Duke, now married to Olivia, the new Duchess of Westminster, last week vowed his love in an opulent ceremony held at Chester Cathedral. The event had over 400 attendees, comprising the likes of Prince William and Princess Eugenie.

Nonetheless, several aristocratic bachelors are still single and ready to mingle.

Louis Spencer, Viscount Althorp

For instance, Louis Spencer, Viscount Althorp, known for his family ties to Princess Diana, and being first cousin to Princes William and Harry. The eldest son of Diana’s brother, Earl Spencer and his first spouse, Victoria Lockwood, Louis is the brother of three enchanting sisters – Lady Kitty, Lady Amelia and Lady Eliza Spencer.

The media has Lord Spencer approved in various headlines as ‘the world’s most eligible bachelor’ and ‘Prince Harry lite’.

Louis Spencer with his mum Victoria and sister Eliza at Prince Harry's wedding in 2018
Louis Spencer with his mum Victoria and sister Eliza at Prince Harry’s wedding in 2018
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At 30, Louis is admired for his ‘super private’ lifestyle, yet he also seeks to kickstart an acting career. He graduated from ArtsEd, an independent performing arts school in Chiswick, with First-class honours, and is under representation by talent agency Tavistock Wood.

Known professionally as Louis John Lyons, he joins the ranks with other famed personalities such as Lily James, Rebel Wilson and Dustin Hoffman managed by the agency.

Upon his father’s passing, Louis Spencer is slated to acquire the vast 13,500-acre Althorp estate in Northamptonshire, regardless of having three older sisters. His eldest sister Kitty has supported this, proclaiming: “We’ve grown up understanding that it’s Louis to inherit, and Louis will do an incredible job.”

Charles Armstrong-Jones, Viscount Linley

In the Royal Family, Charles Armstrong-Jones maintains a low-key presence, but is nevertheless recognized as one of its most elegant bachelors. As the son of Earl Snowdon and grandson to Princess Margaret, he holds the distinction of being the only one in possession of a title and is also a great-nephew to the late Queen.

Currently 26th in line for the throne, he attended Eton College with his cousin Arthur Chatto.

Charles with his dad Earl Snowdon and sister Lady Margarita Armstrong-Jones
Charles with his dad Earl Snowdon and sister Lady Margarita Armstrong-Jones
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Charles Armstrong-Jones, bearing the title Viscount Linley
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After Eton, the 24-year-old Viscount Linley furthered his education at Loughborough University, and now dedicates his life to a career in music, as he revealed to Tatler magazine.

Cassius Taylor

Not as famous but equally single, Cassius Taylor stands 49th in line to the British throne.

The Royal family encapsulates a unique mix of flavorful individuals who’ve established successful careers across various fields including the arts, the fashion industry, and music. Among them is 27-year-old Casimir Taylor or “Cassius”, grandson of the Duke of Kent and cousin of the late Queen.

Cassius is a grandson of the Duke of Kent
Cassius is a grandson of the Duke of Kent
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Cassius Taylor, who is 49th in line to the throne
Cassius Taylor, who stands 49th in line to the throne
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Despite growing up away from the public scrutiny along with his siblings Columbus, Eloise and Estella, this DJ and brand ambassador found his passion in the arts. After attending Wellington College in Berkshire, he proceeded to gain an art management degree from Goldsmiths University.

He is an active participant in festive activities such as Trooping the Colour and regularly posts snapshots of his life on Instagram, including pictures with his cousin, Lady Amelia Windsor.

Frequently hailed one of UK’s most approachable bachelors by Tatler, he once shared: “I always knew I’d end up in the creative industries in some way, due to my unique upbringing, like the rest of my family.”

George Percy

Moving a little bit beyond the immediate Royal bloodline, we find George Percy closely integrated within the royal circles. The 40-year-old Earl Percy, previously a page of honour for the late Queen, is slated to inherit the Duke of Northumberland title as well as a massive 100,000-acre estate, an astounding £509 million fortune, and Alnwick Castle.

George Percy, poised to inherit the title Duke of Northumberland
George Percy, who will obtain the title Duke of Northumberland
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George with university chum Pippa Middleton
George with university acquaintance Pippa Middleton
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A former student of Old Etonian, Percy sought his higher education at Edinburgh University, where he cohabited with Pippa, sister of the Princess of Wales. Percy leads a quiescent private life, mostly kept a bay from the public eye.

Charlie Gordon-Lennox

And finally, Charlie Gordon-Lennox, bearing the title of the Earl of March and Kinrara.

At merely 29 years old, Charlie Gordon-Lennox, known popularly as the Earl of March and Kinrara, holds an admirable background. Having graduated from Oxford, he’s currently a New Yorker, living in the bustling city where he has inaugurated a menswear line called Understated.

Charlie Gordon-Lennox, Earl of March and Kinrara
Charlie Gordon-Lennox, acting Earl of March and Kinrara
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Charlie's father, the Duke of Richmond
Charlie’s father, the Duke of Richmond
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Since he is the direct heir to the Duke of Richmond, he is forecasted to obtain the breathtaking Goodwood estate in Sussex, spanning over 12,000 acres and inclusive of both the Goodwood racecourse and the Goodwood Aerodrome.

Reflecting on his extraordinary lineage, he shared with Magneto magazine: “I didn’t understand how unalike it was until I was ten or 11. I’d go to my friends’ houses because they had longer computer access, and they would come to my house because it was superior for hide and seek games. And then, it hit me, that my life was a bit atypical.”