In Honor of the New Cinderella, See the 10 Best Prince Charmings of All Time
If there's one thing we love, it's princes -- especially Prince Charming. With the release of Disney's live-action Cinderella, we've rounded up our favorite Prince Charmings to mark the occasion. From Richard Madden, who woos Lily James in the most recent version, to Chris Pine from Into the Woods and Chad Michael Murray in A Cinderella Story, see the ten princes who make our hearts a-flutter.
Richard Madden, Cinderella (2015)
Thanks to his piercing baby blues, we can see why Cinderella, played by Lily James, was swept off of her glass slippers in the most recent installment of the classic tale.
Chris Pine, Into the Woods
Pine’s version of Cinderella’s Prince isn’t as chivalrous as meets the eye. On the outside he seem perfect, but Anna Kendrick’s character soon finds that he’s not as charming as he seems.
Josh Dallas, Once Upon a Time
After forgetting that he’s Prince Charming (the horror!), he must fight through the curse to return to his one true love. How romantic!
Drew Seeley, Another Cinderella Story
This modern day "prince" is a go-getter. After dancing with Selena Gomez's character at a masquerade ball he sets out to find his one true love. Way to go!
Hugh Dancy, Ella Enchanted
Instead of Prince Charming saving Cinderella, this non-traditional spin on the classic fairytale makes Hugh Dancy's character the damsel in distress. We'd save him!
Chad Michael Murray, A Cinderella Story
While Chad Michael Murray's character isn't techically a prince, he gets plenty of bonus points for going to Princeton, and dressing up as the iconic character to woo Hilary Duff.
Dougray Scott, Ever After
The Scottish hunk portrayed France’s Prince Henry in this Cinderella-inspired tale, starring Drew Barrymore, and it’s still one of our favorite spins on the classic story.
Paolo Montalban, Cinderella (1997)
In this version, starring Brandy and Whitney Houston, the Filipino hunk wowed us with his vocal chops as Prince Christopher.
Animated Prince Charming, Cinderella (1950)
No Prince Charming round up would be complete without the Disney original.
Honorable Mention: Prince George
While we know he's not technically Prince Charming, thanks to his chubby cheeks and adorable outfits, the young royal has charmed the world. Who needs a Cinderella?