Queen Elizabeth was born in 1926, making her the oldest state leader at 93 years old. The Queen has been around for a while, having several movies and TV shows depicting her life and plenty of great grandchildren to continue her legacy.
With seven children of her own, eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren, it’s natural to get confused when stumbling upon pictures of adorable royal kids. Here’s a list of her nine grandchildren ordered by their age:
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Savannah is the eight-year-old daughter of Peter Phillips and Autumn Kelly. Peter is the Queen’s eldest grandchild.
Seven-year-old Isla is Savannah’s youngest sibling and currently the 17th person in line to the throne.
One of the most famous royal children, Prince George is the heir of the throne after his father. He is six years old.
Mia is 19th in line for the throne, and she’s five years old. She’s the daughter of Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall.
The four-year-old is the daughter of Duchess Kate and Prince William. She’s currently fourth in line for the throne.
Prince Louis was born in 2018. A little bit over a year old, he’s the youngest child of Kate and William.
Lena is Mia’s youngest sibling, and was born on June 18, 2018.
Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor
Archie might be the second most famous baby out of this list even if he’s seventh in line to the throne. He’s a couple of months old and is the son of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.