His good looks, love for motorcycles and extreme sports, and the fact that he's royal are not the only reasons people admire and love Crown Prince of Jordan Hussein bin Abdullah.
The 23-year-old prince has a heart that beats for the youth of his kingdom.
Here are a few things you probably didn't know about the heir of Jordan:
1. He's second lieutenant in the Jordanian Armed Forces
The crown prince has already had helicopter training and holds a high rank in the Jordanian Armed Forces after training at the King Abdullah II Special Operations Training Center.
2. He graduated from Georgetown University
In 2016, the prince graduated from Georgetown University in Washington D.C., majoring in international history. And in August this year, he graduated from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in the UK - which is considered a tradition for royal family members.
3. He's the youngest person to ever chair a UN Security Council meeting
In 2015, at only 20 years of age, he chaired a debate on how to prevent youth from joining extremist groups.
"This can be achieved by making young people immune and equipped with quality education, proper job opportunities and a decent living," he said.
4. He loves football
One of the prince's favorite pastimes is football. He supported his uncle, Prince Ali bin Hussein, during his candidacy for the FIFA presidency.
He also supports the Jordanian team Al Faisaly and is a huge fan of Spain's Real Madrid football club.
5. He underwent lasik surgery in 2013
In all of the prince's earlier photos, he is seen wearing eyeglasses. In 2013, he underwent lasik surgery.
6. He has his own flag
Every royal in the world has their own flag, but the crown prince's flag is pretty unique.
Similar to the Jordanian flag, his flag's colors are pan-Arab, representative of three particular Islamic Caliphate dynasties: the Abbasid, the Umayyad, and the Fatimid.
The seven-pointed star stands for the seven verses of the first surah in the Qur'an and for the unity of the Arab people. The silver crown symbolizes the monarchy and the crown prince.
7. He has his own initiatives
One of the prince's main goals is to enhance, develop, and empower the youth. His initiative, Haqiq, allows high school students from across the kingdom to engage and interact in the process of building unity. Participants take part in volunteer programs throughout the country and within their own communities.
He also created a NASA internship initiative, providing internship opportunities to Jordanian youth. He also launched the 'Hearing Without Borders' initiative, which helps deaf children seeking treatment, training, and education.