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This Is Why Padmanabh Singh, Prince Of Jaipur, Is Making International Headlines In Milan!

11:14 am 21 Jun, 2018

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Princess Divya Kumari is better known as ‘the most beautiful Indian princess’ after her late mother, Maharani Padmini Devi of Jaipur. Her eldest son, Maharaj Kumar Padmanabh Singh, was born on July 12, 1998, and was adopted by her father Maharaja Sawai Bhawani Singh. The young prince enthroned the Jaipur Gaddi on April 27, 2011, after Bhawani’s death. He is the sole custodian of his family’s estate after reaching 18.

Because of his royal heritage, Padmanabh Singh values art and culture of the royal family of Jaipur, and is responsible for keeping his families’ legacy alive.

 

 

His mother has three children from her marriage to Maharaj Shri Narendra Singh, but being the eldest son, Padmanabh Singh, is one of the most recognisable 19-year-old Indian royals in India.

 

Jaipur Darbar 2016 #jaipurstate @ari_rathore @raghavendra.rathore

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He is the great-grandson of late Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II, the last ruling king of Jaipur. Padmanabh Singh is “unofficially” the Maharaja (titular) of the pink city.

 

 

He studies liberal arts at New York University currently and enjoys mass following on Instagram where he shares his extravagant lifestyle.

 

Festival of Gangaur in Jaipur ! @ari_rathore

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Not just him, but even his gorgeous mother enjoys a great fan-following. The duo even appeared together for Harper’s Bazaar photo-shoot:

 

Shooting for Harper's Bazaar @bazaarindia con mi mama !

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The young prince is an established polo player, who solely revived the sport in India. He’s currently the youngest Indian member of the World Cup polo team! Have a look at his achievement:

 

JAIPUR polo team playing the UK 15 goal circuit ! #ukpoloseason2016

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@indianpoloassociation @southafricanpolo

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Like his grandfather, Bhawani Singh, and great-grandfather, Man Singh II, he is a competitive polo player who has been a member of Guards Polo Club. 

 

 

The young chap has also played alongside princes William and Harry. This picture of two royals in one frame says it all!

 


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Apart from Polo grounds, he is also seen on the front cover of many international magazines and websites.

 

 

@lapoloindia

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@pointdevue_mag

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Talking of appearances, Padmanabh Singh just made his international ramp debut with none other than Dolce & Gabbana, at the Men’s Spring/Summer 19 in Milan.

 

Dolce & Gabbana Men’s SS19 Milano! @dolcegabbana @stefanogabbana

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Padmanabh Singh wore a jet black smoking jacket, cigarette pants and a matching bow-tie. Here, he poses with designer Domenico Dolce:

 

 

His formal tuxedo look was every bit dapper in his fashion debut and the prince even shared ‘behind-the-scenes’ photos on Whatsapp!

 

 

 

However, this is not the first time the Indian royal prince has wowed audiences. At a charity ball event at Le Bal in 2017, he escorted Hollywood actor, Reese Witherspoon’s daughter Ava Philipe.

 

Le Bal, Paris ! @avaphillippe

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At the fashion event, this prince charming wowed everyone with his ball dance. Have a look:

 

The opening dance at @lebal.paris ! @avaphillippe

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Pacho (his friendly name along family and friends) is the first Indian royal to walk the ramp on foreign shores for a big ticket designer label. What do you think of his look? Tell us in the comments.

 

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