They’re staggeringly handsome, phenomenally witty, thankfully unmarried and full of dash, cash and ambition. Who are the 50 most eligible bachelors in Britain? Here, we share the top 10. For the full list, pick up the December issue, on newsstands 31st October.

Brooklyn Beckham
Easily identifiable by his Victorian chimney-sweep style, newly single Brooklyn, 20, has almost as many tattoos as his father and just as much charm. The up-and-coming photographer FaceTimes his family from photoshoots.
Viscount Emlyn
Has fronted a campaign for Holland & Holland, whose designs his mother, Isabella Cawdor, helped reinvent. James, 21, is the future Earl of Cawdor and splits his time between Scotland and Notting Hill – when he’s not in Argentina playing polo, that is.
Viscount Emlyn
Has fronted a campaign for Holland & Holland, whose designs his mother, Isabella Cawdor, helped reinvent. James, 21, is the future Earl of Cawdor and splits his time between Scotland and Notting Hill – when he’s not in Argentina playing polo, that is.
Harry Styles
Spot the iridescent flares of this louche lizard in Hampstead when he’s not jetting around the world on tour – or as a Gucci muse. Harry, 25, is a soulful sort – his favourite author is Haruki Murakami and he writes songs about being sad.
Maro Itoje
At six-foot-four, top rugby player Maro Itoje – who many predict will be England captain one day – is instantly recognisable. The Old Harrovian is 25 and something of an intellectual – he read politics at SOAS and is a sucker for a good documentary.
The Duke of Roxburghe
Charlie, 38, inherited the dukedom, the magnificent Floors Castle in Scotland and an estimated £100 million fortune this year. The divorced ex-army officer (he was Prince Harry’s boss) founded a high-end chauffeur company. He adores cars old and new – and salmon fishing in Norway.
Paul Henkel
Son of German billionaire industrialist Christoph Henkel, Paul, 23, loves schnitzel. The NYU graduate is rising up the ranks in the art world – he opened a gallery in New York this year. Whether he’s skiing in Colorado or sunbathing in Mustique, Paul’s affable, easy charm is a hit with everyone.
Joffra Archer
His bouncers terrified the Australians and he bowled the crucial over that won England the Cricket World Cup this summer – it’s no wonder that the softly spoken Jofra, 24, is in such high demand. He’s never happier than when he’s with his dogs.
Umar Kamani
Thirty-one-year-old fast-fashion scion Umar (his dad set up Boohoo and he founded PrettyLittleThing) stands out due to his outré clothing choices and bleached hair. A former amateur boxer, he loves working out – the more extreme, the better. He also enjoys chess.
Matthew Healy
Frontman of The 1975, Manchester-based Matthew, 30, is the archetypal tortured heart-throb. He’s big on environmentalism and politics and has 18 tattoos, including the Newcastle United FC logo – he is from the city, after all.

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