The Arab world is home to many royal families, and under the public's constant radar, we get to witness the growth of each family's members - whether physically or in their professional field of work - throughout the years. 

Take a look at a few Arab royals and their transformation:

1. The Hashemites (Jordan)

The Jordanian royal family has been in the spotlight ever since King Abdullah II was coronated as the new king of Jordan in 1999.

Their journey over the past 19 years has been well documented, whether it's their transformation of how well they grew in age or their many philanthropic works that have helped their society and beyond.

2. Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed (UAE)

The Crown Prince of Dubai is probably one of the coolest royals in the world.

From flying a helicopter, capturing Dubai's fog in a mesmerizing time-lapse, rescuing a lorry, and feeding squirrels, to attending a lunch invitation by an Emirati citizen, he's always taking the internet by storm.

3. King Abdullah II (Jordan)

The black and white photo was taken during the King's enrollment at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, which has become a rite of passage for every Jordanian royal.

His great character and achievements can be traced back to his humanitarian worksuccessful marriage, huge online following, and the fact that he was the first Arab leader to have met with then-newly-elected U.S. President Donald Trump.

4. Prince Fahad Bin Faisal Al Saud (Saudi Arabia)

This Saudi royal is known for his eccentric fashion style as well as his tech and social media entrepreneurship skills.

Prince Fahad has a digital company, Na3am, which produces video games and a comic universe, Saudi Girls Revolution

5. Princess Haya bint Hussein (Jordan)

The Jordanian princess is the half-sister of the current King and is married to the UAE's prime minister and ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. 

Princess Haya represented Jordan at the International Federation for Equestrian Sports (FEI) General Assembly on several occasions and was elected president of FEI in 2006. 

Both photos were taken with her brother, Prince Ali bin Hussein.

6. Sheikh Joaan Bin Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani (Qatar)

The Qatari Prince is the third son of the previous Qatari Emir, Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, and Sheikha Moza Bint Nasser. 

In 2015, the prince was appointed the president of the Qatar Olympics Committee.

7. King Mohammed VI (Morocco)

After taking the throne in 1999, preceding his father Hassan II who ruled for 38 years, King Mohammad VI is known for trying to change the Moroccan constitution by giving the prime minister more power over the country.

He is also very fond of selfies with the locals.

Forbes Magazine named him the 5th richest person in Africa in 2015, and in 2009, he was named as one of the richest royals in the world

8. Sheikha Hessa bint Khalifa Al Khalifa (Bahrain)

This 25-year-old royal has been under the radar for most of her life. 

In 2005, she established INJAZ Bahrain, a non-profit organization that aims to encourage and motivate "young people to own their economic success and be prepared for today's business challenges."

Sheikha Hessa is also a member of Bahrain’s Supreme Council for Women as well as the chairperson of Al Salam Bank's Board of Directors.

9. Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz (Saudi Arabia)

Known for her love for fashion, she was named as Editor-in-Chief of Vogue Arabia in 2017, but was later fired after publishing only two issues due to conflicting opinions with the management. 

The mother of three can be seen attending fashion shows around the world. In 2006, she opened an exclusive membership-only store called D'NA.

10. Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan (UAE)

Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, was born in Al Ain.

He is known for his passion for hunting and falconry, a love which was passed on to him by his father, the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan.

Along with Dubai's Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, MBZ is seen as the UAE's de facto ruler.