Fans are swooning over this shirtless young royal

By Sarah Carty, Yahoo Australia

Just when we thought we were some of the biggest royal fans out there, we’ve discovered a member of the family we’ve never heard of before.

And it seems we’re not the only ones, as 19-year-old Arthur Chatto, who is said to be 25th in line to the throne, is becoming quite the sensation online.

The handsome teen is the son of Lady Sarah Chatto, the daughter of the late Princess Margaret, who was Queen Elizabeth’s sister.



The handsome teen is the son of Lady Sarah Chatto, the daughter of the late Princess Margaret, who was Queen Elizabeth’s sister. Photo: Getty Images

Arthur attended the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle back in May, and even posted a congratulatory message to the newlyweds on his Instagram.

“Many congratulations to Harry and Meghan. Wishing you all our love in the future,” he said.

And while the gym junkie may have gone under the radar until now, Arthur Chatto is likely to become a name you’ll hear a lot of in the future, as he already has a strong 96,000 people following him on Instagram.

The buff royal’s social account is scattered with envy-inducing snaps of his lavish lifestyle, including photos of arctic diving in Greenland, trekking in the Scottish highlands, a snap of him beaming from a box at Ascot and poolside pictures.




His Instagram also reveals that he attended Eton College boarding school near Windsor, just like Prince Harry and Prince William.

One photo even shows the dashing royal beaming as his reported girlfriend, Lizzie Friend, sits on his lap.

The pair are said to have met at Edinburgh University, where they are both studying History of Art.


“She’s really sweet and they make a very nice couple. He took her to Royal Ascot this summer as his date,” a source previously told the Daily Mail

Despite this, many of his female followers could’t help but comment on a shirtless photo of the hunk.

“I think I just found the man of my dreams,” one person said.

“Make me a princess pls,” another person said.

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