Meet All 8 of Queen Elizabeth’s Great-Grandchildren—from Oldest to Youngest
Now that we feel like we have a hold on Her Majesty’s grandchildren (read here if you need a refresher), we’re finally ready to take on the task of learning all of Queen Elizabeth’s great-grandchildren. (Yes, there are more than just Prince Louis and Archie).).
In fact, the 94-year-old monarch has eight great-grandkids in total, ranging from ages one to nine. Read on for a complete list, from oldest to youngest.
1. Savannah Phillips (9)
The oldest of Liz’s great-grandchildren is Savannah. This 9-year-old is the daughter of the Queen's oldest grandchild, Peter Phillips, and his wife, Autumn. Although she is 16th in line for the throne, she doesn't have a royal title because her father doesn't have one. She’s also been known to goof around with her royal cousins.
2. Isla Phillips (8)
Introducing Savannah’s younger sister, Isla Elizabeth (a nod to her Gan-Gan, perhaps?). Like her big sis, she doesn't have a royal title, but has been spotted at royal events like the Christmas Day church service at Sandringham with the rest of her fam.
3. Prince George (6)
First-born child to Prince William and Kate Middleton, Prince George was Queen E’s first great-grandson, and their relationship shows it. It’s also important to mention that he’s third in line for the throne—aka one day he’ll probably be king.
4. Mia Tindall (6)
Mia is the eldest daughter of Zara Phillips (Her Majesty’s oldest granddaughter) and Mike Tindall. Like her cousins, Savannah and Isla, she too, was not given a royal title and shares grandparents Princess Anne and Mark Phillips.
5. Princess Charlotte (5)
Prince William and Kate Middleton’s second child, Princess Charlotte, is the only gal out of her siblings. She celebrated her 5th birthday earlier this month, in which her mom shared some new portraits of the royal showing off her philanthropic side.
6. Prince Louis (2)
Prince Louis, who is the youngest child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, was named for Lord Louis Mountbatten, Prince Philip's (his great-grandfather) uncle—a British naval officer. For his most recent birthday, the royal family actually made the mistake of calling him “the queen’s seventh great-grandchild.” Which we royal nerds pointed out rather quickly.
7. Lena Tindall (1)
Well, technically she’s almost two. The youngest child of Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall is celebrating her second birthday next month (June 18, to be exact). According to royal reporter Emily Nash, her parents chose the name Lena (pronounced Lay-na) simply because they liked it. And Elizabeth (her middle name) was chosen as a nod to the child’s great-GMa, the queen.
8. Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor (1)
Ah yes, we’re all familiar with baby Archie. The only child of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle celebrated his first birthday last month. As a birthday gift (to us), his parents shared a sweet video featuring the Duchess of Cambridge reading the children's book Duck! Rabbit! to Archie as he sits on her lap.