Queen Elizabeth has six great-grandchildren.
Prince William and Kate Middleton’s kids are three of them: Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
The other three are Princess Anne’s grandchildren: Savannah and Isla Phillips and Mia Tindall.
When Prince William was a child, he reportedly called Queen Elizabeth “Gary” because he couldn’t say “Grandma.” Now, his three children are forging their own special relationship with their great-grandmother.
The queen does have other great-grandchildren aside from Prince William and Kate’s kids. She has six in all — three are royals and three are commoners.
Here’s the who’s who of Queen Elizabeth’s extended royal family.
Seven-year-old Savannah Phillips is the queen’s oldest great-grandchild. She’s the daughter of the queen’s oldest grandchild, Peter Phillips, and his wife Autumn.
She is 15th in line for the throne, but doesn’t have a royal title because her father doesn’t have one. When Peter was born, his parents Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips declined the queen’s offer to give him one. According to the Washington Post, they didn’t want a title interfering with his future career. In turn, Savannah is also a commoner and reportedly lives a normal life in London.
She still attends royal events like this year’s Trooping the Colour, where she hilariously shushed Prince George.
Savannah’s younger sister Isla is six years old. Her full name is Isla Elizabeth, likely a tribute to the queen. Like her sister, she doesn’t have a royal title, but can be spotted at royal events like the Christmas Day church service at Sandringham and the Trooping the Colour parade. She’s 16th in line for the throne.
As the future king (he’s third in line for the throne), Prince George is perhaps the most well-known of the queen’s great-grandchildren. The four-year-old is the oldest of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s three children. He attends Thomas’s Battersea in London, where he goes by “George Cambridge.” He’s been known to make some humorous faces when accompanying his parents on royal engagements.
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