Jordan is right next to Israel, smack dab in the middle of the middle east. This royal family looks extremely modern and normal, not what you would expect.
The Belgians are nice and proper. A very military outfit and a royal looking room.
Bhutan is actually a small country to the east of India and just south of Russia. Their leaders are actually very young looking, opting for a more traditional and natual look.
Brunei is on the same island as Malaysia. They really went all out with the royal military and wealth side of things.
Their leader, Norodom Sihamoni, is the reigning King of Cambodia. He is just a bechelor! He looks almost photoshopped in this image, but it is official.
This royal family is super down to earth. They seem almost like a normal family! (Spoiler alert: they are!)
The culture of Japan can be very formal, and that is reflected in their royal family. The setting of the photo is very low-key, though.
Nestled into the east of Switzerland, the royal family of Liechtenstein looks very average.
Yet another country that has elected to wear full military outfits and formal gatherings.
The Christmas photo of this royal family looks like that of any other couple with newborns!
What a huge family! This family has ruled Morocco since the 17th century.
Apparently most of the Northern European countries have very average looking families as their rulers.
A very simple and modern family. Complete with twins.
Something tells me that the royal power is getting to this baby's head. Everyone else looks nice though.
A very ominous looking throne from up high on a balcony, the royal family of Thailand seems to like the color of gold.
This is the royal family most of us are familiar with (in an English speaking country). The British are very proper, at least when it comes to royalty, and this photo puts that on display.