The fourth son of the Sultan of Brunei and one of Asia’s most eligible blue blood bachelors, Prince Abdul Mateen is the epitome of a Prince Charming. Impressively handsome with his hair always neatly trimmed and slicked back, his chiseled face is reminiscent of old classic Hollywood, and his athletic figure is a testament to his love for sports and physical activity. They say polo is the sport of kings, and so it is fitting that the dashing 25-year-old prince is often spotted on the polo fields playing a sport he is most passionate about. He is a well-respected player and represents his country in many international polo tournaments around the world. It was in this vein that he took Thailand by storm, when he arrived in the country for the first time to compete in the Polo World Cup 2016 accompanied by the thunderous bang of women falling head over heels. Beyond the world of sports, in which the prince is so adept, His Royal Highness has had a notable military career, graduating from the prestigious Royal Military Academy Sandhurt in 2011, and is currently on active service as an officer captain in the Royal Brunei Armed Forces. As a graduate of the SOAS University of London with a master’s degree in international diplomacy, the prince’s interest and knowledge on world issues, foreign relations, and geo-politics are equally admirable. Last year, His Royal Highness was entrusted to attend the 2015 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Malta as a representative of Brunei, during which issues including climate change were discussed. Prince Mateen is currently undergoing flight training in the United Kingdom, and, needless to say, breaking hearts wherever he goes.