America might not have a real royal family, but we do have Bey and Jay, Michelle and Barack, and Kim and Kanye. Throw in some political dynasties — Kennedys and Bushes, for instance — and there's plenty of royalty, American style, to go around.

After the end of Camelot, when Jacqueline Kennedy became Jackie O, after Liz and Richard (Taylor and Burton) married and remarried, and after the messy undoing of Brangelina, fan worship minus thrones and crowns keeps the idea of faux royalty alive where the real deal doesn't exist.

So who's on tap, alongside the Trump family affair? A look at a few pop royals:

— By LEANNE ITALIE, AP Entertainment Writer

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