Queen Anne had children
Queen's family: how many grandchildren and great-grandchildren does Elizabeth II have?
Duchess Meghan (39) and Prince Harry (36) will be parents again in the summer. The couple, who now live in California after the Megxit, are expecting a girl. The two announced in the scandal interview with Oprah Winfrey in the spring. Son Archie was born on May 6, 2019 in London. He was Harry's grandma, the Queen, the eighth great-grandson. But how is the royal family composed?
Queen Elizabeth has four children: Charles, Anne, Andrew and Edward
The Queen (94) has four children with her husband, Prince Philip, who has since passed away. As the eldest son, Prince Charles (72) comes first in line to the throne. His siblings Princess Anne (70), Prince Andrew (61) and Prince Edward (57) are 15th, eighth and twelve in the line of succession.
Queen Elizabeth has eight grandchildren
Prince Charles married Diana Spencer in 1981, who through her charity work and her tragic death in 1997 became the princess of hearts for many people. Her sons Prince William and Prince Harry are currently the most famous royals in the world and have long been considered highly sought-after bachelors.
Princess Anne and her ex-husband Mark Phillips have two children, Peter and Zara Phillips, who are 16 and 19 in the line of succession. With her down-to-earth manner, Zara is even said to be the Queen's favorite granddaughter.
1986 Prince Andrew married Sarah Ferguson, who developed into a scandalous duchess in the following years. From this marriage, which was divorced in 1996 after numerous inappropriate appearances by "Fergie", the children Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie emerged.
Prince Edward and his wife Sophie also have two children. Louise (17) and James (13) are the Queen's youngest grandchildren.
Succession to the throne in England: did Philip's death change the order?
Ten great-grandchildren belong to the Queen's royal family
Archie, Prince Harry's first child, was the Queen's eighth great-grandson when he was born in May 2019. The most famous royal great-grandchildren are probably the children of Prince William and Duchess Catherine. Even with the birth of Prince George (7), Princess Charlotte (5) and Prince Louis (2), the worldwide media hype about the British royal family was very high. The three succeed their father, who is in second place, in the line of succession.
Peter Phillips and his wife, Autumn Kelly, have two children. Savannah (10) and Isla (9) are the Queen's oldest great-grandchildren. Princess Anne's son announced the separation from his wife Autumn in 2020.
The 94-year-old British monarch's favorite granddaughter, Zara Phillips, has three children with her husband Mike Tindall: Mia, Lena and Lucas.
Princess Eugenie, the daughter of Andrew and "Fergie", became a mother for the first time on February 9, 2021. The Queen's granddaughter is married to Jack Brooksbank. The couple got a boy. His name is August.
Family tree of the Queen: Eleventh great-grandson becomes a girl
The second child of Meghan and Harry, who will be a girl and see the light of day in the summer of 2021, will then be the eleventh great-grandchild of Queen Elizabeth II.
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