Who are Prince Philip's 10 great-grandchildren? Meet beloved Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Archie and others
The Queen and Prince Philip not only witnessed the birth of their grandchildren but also got to be with the ten great-grandchildren that were added to the family over the years
Prince Philips lived up to the ripe old age of 99. During his lifetime, the Duke of Edinburgh was fortunate enough to not only be around his grandchildren but also got to meet several of his great-grandchildren.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip had four children together following their marriage in 1947. Their four children went on to give the royal couple eight grandchildren. The Queen and Prince Philip not only witnessed the birth of their grandchildren but also got to be with the ten great-grandchildren that were added to the family over the years. While Prince George may be the most recognized and popular great-grandchild of the Queen and Prince Philip, as he could one day be the King of England, the royal couple also has nine other great-grandchildren. Interestingly enough not all their great-grandchildren are royals, only five are royals, while the others are commoners. Read on to know more about these little ones.
Savannah Phillips is the oldest great-grandchild of the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh. The ten-year-old was born to the Duke's oldest grandchild Peter Phillips, and his wife, Autumn. Although she doesn't have a royal title, she is still 16th in line for the throne. Savannah doesn't have a royal title because her father doesn't have one. Princess Anne and her then-husband Captain Mark Phillips reportedly declined the Queen's offer to confer a royal title on their baby as they didn't want it to interfere with his future career. Savannah can be regularly spotted at royal events like Trooping the Colour.
Isla Phillips is the younger sister of Savannah Phillips. Just like her older sister, the eight-year-old too doesn't have a royal title. She is 17th in line for the throne.
Prince George is the most popular amongst the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh's huge brood of great-grandchildren. He is thid in line to the throne, and will most likely be the King of England someday. He is the oldest son Prince William and Kate Middleton. He attends Thomas's Battersea in London, where he is called George Cambridge.
Mia Tindall is the daughter of Zara and her rugby player husband- Mike Tindall's daughter. Mia doesn't have a royal title because her mother Zara didn't have one at the time of her birth. The 7-year-old is 20th in line for the throne.
Princess Charlotte may be only 5-years-old, but the toddler is already making history as the first female royal to retain her position of fourth in line to throne despite having a younger brother. Thanks to the Succession to the Crown Act that was passed in 2013, her spot hasn't been affected. Charlotte is the second child and the only daughter of Prince William and Kate Middleton. She currently attends Willcocks Nursery School in Kensington.
Prince Louis Arthus Charles is the younger brother of Prince George and Princess Charlotte. The two-year-old is fifth in line for the throne.
Lena Elizabeth Tindall is the younger sister of Mia Tindall. Just like her older sister, Lena too doesn't have a royal title. She is 21st in line for the throne.
Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor
Archie is the son of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. He was born in 2019. Following his birth, his parents stepped away from their royal life and moved to California. Although his parents don't carry the royal duties anymore he still is seventh in line for the throne.
August Philip Hawke Brooksbank
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank welcomed a son, August Philip Hawke Brooksbank, on February 9, 2021. He is currently the ninth royal great-grandchild. He is currently 11th in line for the throne.
On March 21, 2021, Zara Tindall gave birth to a baby boy named Lucas Phillip. Her husband Mike Tindall shared the big news on his podcast. Lucas is 22nd in line to the throne. He is the younger brother of Lena and Mia.