From Diana to Kate: How Royals Care for Their Skin

Lindsey Metrus

Society's (and, truthfully, our) obsession with the Kardashians is driven by their mesmerizing beauty, business savvy, and almost hypnotizing ability to draw the public in with every post on social media, every public appearance, and every episode of their reality television show. We've been keeping up with them for over a decade—we're well versed in their spinoff shows and love lives. They have tens of millions of fans following them, yet we feel like we personally know them. They're fascinating in a way that they're both tangible and intangible at the same time—a Kardashian konundrum, if you will.

Then there are the untouchables of society like real-life royalty. (King Kylie may be her sobriquet, but Kylie Jenner is certainly not a monarch.) Which is why we're dually entranced by the princesses, queens, duchesses, and heirs around the world that also live extravagant, glamorous lives (albeit steeply contrasted from Hollywood's royalty). And unlike the open book the Kardashian/Jenner's have laid out for their fans, royal families are a bit harder to crack, so when we get a piece of information about, say, their beauty routines, we're taking it as gospel and incorporating it into our own regimens. Below, we've compiled some of the most tried-and-true skincare habits of the royals.

For more royal beauty tips, take a look at Kate Middleton's favorite $12 conditioner.

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