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The World's Hottest Bachelors—Should Prince Harry Be #1?

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    In Town & Country's February issue, the bougie pub has compiled some addictive reading in the form of a particularly juicy cover story: "The Top 50 Bachelors: A Tell-All Survey of the Most Eligible Men in the World." And Prince Harry just happens to be the biggest hunk of them all. As you can see here, the wild-child royal poses on his steed, fully outfitted in polo gear. A little suggestive? Not really. Particularly in comparison to some of his splashier headlines from the past year.

    What is it about the youngest prince we find so fascinating? Writer Sarah Lyall nails it. "He's the wild-card royal, the naughty one, the one who goes out with rah women, hangs out with a fast crowd, downs too many drinks, and goes home at the wrong moment. That's why we all like him best."

    And let us not forget about the 49 other eligible lads to make the list. Grouped into such cheeky categories as "Kennedy & Single," "Salt & Pepper Players," and "Royals," the mag makes it easy to stalk see what's on the market. Of course, this being Town & Country, the picks are anything but socially, or even, ethically diverse, but it sure is nice to see how the other half dates.

    Click through to see our favorites, then head over to Town & Country to check out all 50 men. Who do you think should be number one?

    Photo: Courtesy of Town & Country.

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