All 8 of Queen Elizabeth’s Grandchildren—from Oldest to Youngest
There’s no denying it—the royal family is massive. And even for those who are royally obsessed like us (no judgments, please), it's almost impossible to keep track of all the family members (at least beyond the Cambridge-Sussex clan). But as it turns out, Prince William and Prince Harry aren’t the only ones who know Queen Elizabeth as Grandma. Her Majesty has a total of eight grandchildren.
Read on for a complete list of Queen Elizabeth’s grandchildren, from oldest to youngest.
1. Peter Phillips (42)
Maybe you’re unfamiliar (as were we) with the queen’s eldest grandchild. Son to parents Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips, Peter is not one for the spotlight. However, the 42-year-old is married (to wife Autumn) and has two young children, Savannah and Isla. We also know he doesn’t abide by his grandmother’s no-selfie rule.
2. Zara Tindall (39)
Introducing Peter’s younger sister, Zara. This 39-year-old gets her love of horses from her G-Ma. The mother of two not only has some serious equestrian skills, but she’s also an artist and recently put one of her paintings up for auction to benefit the charity Equestrian Relief.
3. Prince William (37)
Second in line to the throne, Prince William is probably one of the most well known of Her Majesty's grandchildren. Son to Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana, the full-time royal and his wife, Kate Middleton, are parents to Prince George, 6, Princess Charlotte, 5, and Prince Louis, 2.
4. Prince Harry (35)
Prince William shares parents Princess Di and the Prince of Wales with his younger brother, Harry. The Duke of Sussex recently stepped down as a senior member of the royal family to live a financially-independent life with his wife, Meghan Markle, and the couple’s one-year-old son, Archie.
5. Princess Beatrice (31)
Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s eldest daughter may be a non-working royal, however, she is the patron of a number of charities. The Princess of York, who is ninth in line to the throne and fifth eldest grandchild of Queen Elizabeth, is currently engaged to Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi but recently had to push back her wedding date due to the current pandemic.
6. Princess Eugenie (30)
Just like her older sister, Princess Eugenie is a non-working member of the royal fam. Instead, she has built herself quite a career in art and philanthropy. Having been married for almost two years now to Jack Brooksbank, the 30-year-old princess is most likely the next in line to provide Elizabeth with another great-grandchild. Or at least, we hope so.
7. Lady Louise Windsor (16)
Lady Louise Windsor is the oldest daughter of Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and Prince Edward, who is the youngest child of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip. As the queen’s youngest granddaughter, Louise is 13th in line to the British throne. Back in 2016, Louise’s mother revealed that it took some time for her daughter to realize that not everyone has a queen for a grandmother. We wish.
8. James, Viscount Severn (12)
And last but not least, is James, Viscount Severn. Her Majesty’s youngest grandchild is the only son of Edward and Sophie. He joins his family for some appearances here and there. But he hasn't become one of the more prominent royals just yet.