Prince Charles, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward may be siblings, but their personalities are quite different from each other.

In the book “Prince Edward: A Biography” by Ingrid Seward, the author described the royal siblings as men with romantic hearts. However, there are some qualities and issues surrounding each one that made them different from their siblings.

For instance, Prince Charles is best known for his scandalous affair with Camilla Parker Bowles, as well as his failed marriage to Princess Diana. Prince Andrew, on the other hand, is known for his playboy image, as well as his failed marriage to Sarah Ferguson. Prince Edward is best known for his happy marriage with Sophie, Countess of Wessex.

Seward also recounted a time when Prince Edward was in New Zealand in the early 1980's and he co-starred with Alison Bell in the amateur production of “Charley’s Aunt.” Bell told Seward that Prince Edward came up to her after the play and gave her a surprise kiss. Bell also said that Prince Edward had soft lips, and he’s obviously not shy with girls.

“Unlike Andrew, whose lusts were straight to the point. Edward was always more attracted to personality than to other more obvious allures,” Seward wrote.

Prince Andrew was notoriously known for dating beautiful and glamorous women before he tied the knot with Ferguson. Following their divorce, he was also linked to a slew of attractive women. Compared to his older brother Prince Charles, Prince Andrew had more freedom as the spare because he could date anyone he wanted.

In “Prince Andrew: The War Hero from Buckingham Palace,” author Jessica Jayne claimed that Prince Andrew was dubbed as a lady’s man, and he never discouraged his playboy image.

Prince Charles, on the other hand, may have had numerous rendezvous with other women, but he only had one notable affair and that was with Camilla.

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Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, and Prince Charles have very different personalities. Pictured: Princes Andrew, Edward, Charles attend the Order of the Garter Service at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on June 15, 2015 in Windsor, England. Getty Images/Chris Jackson-WPA Pool