All 4 of Queen Elizabeth’s Children from Oldest to Youngest
We’ve already refreshed our royal memory about Queen Elizabeth’s grandchildren and
Read on for a complete list of Queen Elizabeth’s children, from oldest to youngest.
1. Prince Charles (71)
He’s the oldest child of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, ultimately making him the heir apparent to the British throne. All this means is Prince Charles is first in the line of succession and will take over when the monarch steps down as queen or passes away.
The Prince of Wales is currently married to Camilla Parker Bowles (aka the Duchess of Cornwall), though he’s widely known for being the ex-husband of Princess Diana. The couple exchanged vows in 1981 and had two children—Prince William (37) and Prince Harry (35)—prior to divorcing in 1996, just one year before her tragic death.
2. Anne, Princess Royal (69)
Anne is Queen Elizabeth’s only daughter. When she was born, Anne was third in line to the British throne behind her mother and Prince Charles. Since then, she’s been bumped down to number 14 due to the inclusion of her younger brothers, along with Prince Charles’s children and grandchildren.
The Princess Royal is currently married to Timothy Laurence, but they don’t have any kids together. The royal shares two children with ex-husband Mark Phillips: Peter (42) and Zara Tindall (39).
3. Prince Andrew (60)
He recently stepped down from his royal duties, but he’s still a prominent figure in the family. In 1986, Prince Andrew married Sarah “Fergie” Ferguson, and they share two children: Princess Beatrice (31) and Princess Eugenie (30).
Prince Andrew and Fergie later divorced in 1996, but they’ve maintained a cordial relationship. Not only does Ferguson reportedly still live with Prince Andrew, but she also previously revealed they’re “the happiest divorced couple in the world.”
4. Prince Edward (56)
He’s the youngest child of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, putting him at number 11 in the line of succession. Prince Edward is one of the lesser known royals, but he’s been taking on more responsibilities ever since his dad retired from public service in 2019.
Prince Edward and his wife, Sophie Rhys-Jones, tied the knot at St George’s Chapel in 1999. They now have two children together, Lady Louise (16) and James, Viscount Severn (12).