Alexander Soros, the heir apparent to left wing billionaire George Soros’ political and philanthropic mission, has traded selfies with beauties and bros for handshakes and hugs with world leaders.

The 36-year-old son of the Democratic mega-donor just attended the Munich Security Conference in Germany, where he joined heads of state occupied with the looming threat of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Soros, who in younger days was snapped partying in the Hamptons — where he had been described as “making out with the babes” at East End hotspots — now fills his social media feed with photos of political heavy hitters. He welcomed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to a dinner put on by his dad’s Open Society Foundations in Munich; posed with and praised Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff of California, and posted snaps to his Instagram shaking hands with the prime minister of Kosovo and president of Rwanda.

Older posts show the bespectacled scion with President Obama, Vice President Kamala Harris, Squad Member Ilhan Omar, former Mayor Bill de Blasio and, in numerous photos with Sen. Chuck Schumer, whom he calls a “good friend.”

Some observers have a hard time seeing beyond Soros’ party boy image. He was spotted in July imbibing $345 bottles of Herradura Extra Añejo tequila along with gal pals at Tiny’s Catina in Prospect Heights. He reportedly left a $700 tip.

And in 2016, the 22,000-square-foot Hamptons rental house where he hosted pals, models and NBA players was dubbed “Camp Soros.”

A Republican Party official dismissed Soros as “just another rich brat trying to make a name for himself with a fortune he didn’t earn.