Ten-year-old Savannah Phillips, born in 2010, is the Queen’s oldest and great-grandchild (left) while younger sister Isla is 9 and born on the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012 (pictured) with Autumn and Peter in 2019 )
1. Savannah Phillips
Ten-year-old Savannah Phillips, born in 2010, is the Queen’s eldest and Phillip’s great-grandchild.
She is the daughter of Peter Phillips, son of the Princess Royal, and his ex-wife Autumn.
The couple announced that they separated in 2020, but they share custody of their children.
At Eugenie’s wedding in 2018, bridesmaid Savannah asked Prince George to choke off laughter when she entertained him by pretending to play the trumpet at St. George’s Chapel.
She was also once seen pushing George – her second cousin – down a weed bank at a polo match, and she also puts a hand over his mouth during the playing of the National Anthem while on the Buckingham Palace balcony for Trooping The Color.
2. Isla Phillips
Savannah’s younger sister, Isla, is 9 years old and born on the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012.
Her middle name is Elizabeth in honor of the king. The Phillips sisters are not entitled to a royal title.
They are usually kept out of the spotlight – but sometimes they join other family members on Buckingham Palace’s balcony for major events.
They are mostly spotted enjoying themselves as they play together on horse trials.
3. Prince George
Future King George, born in 2013, is the eldest child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (pictured front left)
The future King George, born in 2013, is the eldest child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
The seven-year-old has spent a lot of closing in on William and Kate’s country home, Anmer Hall in Norfolk.
Prince is known to be a fan of helicopters and everything related to the police.
Football-minded George is also a passionate Aston Villa fan, just like his father.
George is seen as more shy than his younger sister, Princess Charlotte, and sometimes appears a little hesitant in front of the cameras.
George, the third in line, and his siblings call the Queen “Jean-Jean”.
4. Mia Tindall
Mia is the eldest daughter of former England rugby star Mike Tindall and Olympic medalist jockey Zara, daughter of the Princess Royal (pictured together in 2019)
Mia is the eldest daughter of former England rugby star Mike Tindall and Olympic medalist jockey Zara, daughter of the Princess Royal.
The fun-loving young man, born in 2014, is known for being mischievous.
She was often seen running with her father and two cousins, Isla and Savannah Phillips, at equestrian competitions.
While taking a selfie for the Queen’s 90th birthday, Mia, then two, had the privilege of carrying her grandmother’s classic black handbag.
Like Savannah and Isla, she is not Her Royal Highness and has no title.
5. Princess Charlotte
Five-year-old middle-schooler Charlotte is known for her confident and feisty personality (pictured here with the Duchess of Cambridge in 2019)
Charlotte, the five-year-old middle schooler in Cambridge, is known for her confident and feisty personality.
The princess, who was born in 2015, loves spicy foods and is nicknamed “Lottie”.
She shares a love of horses with the Queen, and resembles her grandmother when she was a child.
At the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding in 2018, a playful fourth-in-line to the throne stick out her tongue as she arrives by car.
I repeated the gesture while watching a presentation party at the King’s Cup races on the Isle of Wight in 2019.
At the christening of younger brother Prince Louis, she was heard telling the paparazzi and announcing that they would not be allowed in.
6. Prince Louis
Louis and William and Kate’s youngest children were born in 2018 (pictured with children Prince George (left) and Princess Charlotte (right) at Anmer Hall in Norfolk)
William and Kate’s youngest children were born in 2018. The little boy proudly joined his siblings, George and Charlotte, as they applauded for caregivers during the lockdown.
In the photos released for his second birthday, he is shown with a face covered in paint and his hands as he prints a rainbow for his window.
Lewis, who inherited Middleton’s eyes, has been compared to his maternal grandfather Michael Middleton.
7. Lena Tindall
The Tindalls welcomed a second daughter, Lena, in 2018, after having two miscarriages (pictured with Zara in 2019)
The Tindalls welcomed a second daughter, Lena, in 2018, after having two miscarriages.
The Queen and Philip’s three other grandchildren were not in the photo that Kate took, as they had not yet been born in 2018.
8. Archie Mountbatten-Windsor
Archie, born in 2019, lives thousands of miles away in California after his parents, Harry and Meghan, stepped down as senior royals last year and moved to the United States.
Archie, born in 2019, lives thousands of miles away in California after his parents, Harry and Meghan, stepped down from their royal duties last year and moved to the United States.
He appears to have inherited his father’s red hair that was seen when he was photographed in a stylized photo on the family’s Christmas card.
In an Oprah interview that rocked the monarchy, Meghan accused a member of the royal family – neither the Queen nor Philip – of raising concerns before Archie was born about his dark skin tone.
The Duchess also said Archie wasn’t made a prince because of his race – although he doesn’t actually have the right to be one or have the style of HRH yet due to the rules set by King George V over 100 years ago.
9. August Brooksbank
August Philip Hawke of Brooksbank – born to the daughter of the Duke of York Princess Eugenie and tequila brand ambassador Jack Brooksbank – arrived on February 9 this year
August Philip Hawke Brooksbank – born to the Duke of York’s daughter Princess Eugenie and tequila brand ambassador Jack Brooksbank – arrived on February 9 this year.
Eugenie described their hearts as “full of love for this little human being”.
His middle name was in honor of the Duke.
10. Lucas Tindall
Zara gave birth to son Lucas at 8 pounds, 4 ounces on March 21 — with the baby hitting the bathroom floor in a sudden home birth.
Buckingham Palace said the Queen and the Duke were “delighted” at the news of their 10th great-granddaughter.
Lucas has the middle name Philip in honor of both the Duke and the father of Mike Tindall.
11. Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s second child is eighth in line to the throne despite being born to a US citizen after the couple moved to Los Angeles to relinquish royal life.
Born in June and 8 ounces sister to Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, two years old, Lillipett has entered the royal line of succession behind her older brother and is set to push senior family members off the throne.
12. Sienna Elizabeth Mapelli Mozzi
Princess Beatrice, 33, the eldest daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, gave birth to a baby girl weighing 6lbs,2oz at 11.42pm on Saturday 18th September at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London.
Her husband, Edo Mapelli Muzi, announced that their young daughter is named Sienna Elizabeth, in a touching tribute to the Queen.
Although her mother is a princess, Sienna, the Queen’s twelfth great-granddaughter, will not receive a royal title. Only the descendants of the King through the male lineage are automatically entitled to the design of His Royal Highness. This means that she will be Miss Mapelli Mozzi. The Queen can give a title to her great-grandson if she so desires, but it is unlikely that she will be asked.