Meet the Queen's great-grandchildren—here's all 12 from Prince Harry’s daughter Lilibet to Princess Beatrice's newborn baby girl

The Queen's great-grandchildren are a group of 12 following the birth of Princess Beatrice's little girl!

The Queen's great-grandchildren Prince George Princess Charlotte and Savannah Phillips at Trooping the Colour 2019
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Who are the Queen's great-grandchildren? Well, there's quite a few of them—12 to be precise. 

• The Queen's great-grandchildren have various places in line to the throne; factors  are determined by descent and parliamentary statute, according to the Firm's website.
• Her Majesty now have 12 great-grandchildren, brought into the world by her eight grandchildren.
• In other royal news, Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi have welcomed a baby girl in the hospital favored by Amal Clooney.

All eyes are on the Royal Family, particularly its youngest generation. 

We'll help you get to know the Queen's great-grandchildren, their parents, and where they stand in the line of succession. 

But before you read on, it's important that you fully understand all the branches of the Royal Family tree. Newbies to the British monarchy should probably start with this crash course on the Queen Elizabeth's children, which will enable you to keep up with her ever-growing relatives. Once you've acquainted yourself with Her Majesty's offspring, you'll have a much better appreciation for the entire royal clan. 

With Princess Beatrice welcoming her first baby girl this month and changing the line of succession, the gang of mini royals is now 12 strong. 

Meet the Queen's great-grandchildren

Savannah Phillips 

Queen's great-grandchildren Savannah Phillips

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Age: 10
Birthday: December 29, 2010
Peter Phillips and Autumn Kelly

Although she is the Queen's eldest great-grandchild, Savannah Phillips does not have a royal title. She is, however, 19th in line to the throne. She caught royal fans' attention during the 2018 Trooping the Colour, where she played with Princess Charlotte and Prince George, according to Town & Country. Her middle name is Anne, which is a nod to her grandmother, the Princess Royal. 

Isla Phillips

Queen's great-grandchildren Isla Phillips

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Age: 9
Birthday: March 29, 2012
Parents: Peter Phillips and Autumn Kelly

Like her older sister, Isla does not have a royal title, but her middle name, Elizabeth, is a nod to her Gan-Gan herself. Isla is now 20th in line to the throne, with the birth of her four cousins this year bumping her further to the bottom. 

Prince George

Queen's great-grandchildren Prince George

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Age: 7
July 22, 2013
Kate Middleton and Prince William

The world rejoiced when Kate Middleton and Prince William welcomed their first child, Prince George. He is third in line to the throne, meaning he is on the road to Buckingham Palace and will take the crown after the Queen, Prince Charles and his dad, Prince William, have had their turn. 

However, some royal experts suspect George won't ever be king

Mia Tindall

Queen's great-grandchildren Mia Tindall

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Age: 7
Birthday: January 7, 2014
Parents: Zara Tindall and Mike Tindall

According to People, Mike and Zara went the unconventional route when choosing their first child's name. Mia is "mine" in Italian and "beloved" in Egyptian.

Mia is now 22nd in line to the throne and was blessed with baby brother, Lucas, in March of 2021. 

Princess Charlotte 

Queen's great-grandchildren Princess Charlotte

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Age: 6
Birthday: May 2, 2015
Parents: Prince William and Kate Middleton 

The cheeky princess, who reportedly claims she is 16 instead of 6, is Kate Middleton and Prince William's second child—and allegedly the Queen's favorite great-grandchild. Her full name, Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, pays tribute to her late grandmother, Princess Diana, and her great-grandmother, in a similar way to her cousin Lilibet's name. 

Princess Charlotte is fourth in line to the throne and would become our next Queen if Prince George decided to reject his role as King after Prince William. 

Prince Louis 

Queen's great-grandchildren Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George of Cambridge, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge and Prince Louis of Cambridge clap for NHS carers as part of the BBC Children In Need and Comic Relief 'Big Night In

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Age: 3
Birthday: April 23, 2018
Parents: Kate Middleton and Prince William

Kate Middleton and Prince William welcomed Prince Louis in 2018. Their youngest child—who is a big fan of his scooter and balance bike—is fifth in line to the throne and started nursery earlier this year.

Lena Tindall

Queen's great-grandchildren Lena Tindall

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Age: 2
Birthday: June 18, 2018
Parents: Zara Tindall and Mike Tindall

Lena, which is "light" in Greek, has quite a few royal connections, despite being one of the lesser-known great-grandchildren. Her middle name Elizabeth, was chosen to honor Gan-Gan, and she shares this with her mother, Princess Charlotte, Princess Beatrice and Princess Anne. She even has ties to Princess Helena, Queen Victoria's daughter, according to People. She is 22nd in line to the throne. 

Archie Mountbatten-Windsor

Queen's great-grandchildren Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor

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Age: 2
Birthday: June 4, 2021
Parents: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor is the firstborn child of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. He doesn't have a royal title despite being a son of Harry, who is sixth in line to the throne—but he'll be entitled to become a prince when Prince Charles is King. 

Archie is seventh in line and became a big brother to his sister Lilibet in June of this year. 

August Philip Hawke Brooksbank

Age: 7 months old
Birthday: February 9, 2021
Parents: Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank

Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank welcomed their first son August Philip Hawke Brooksbank in February of this year. August was number one of the four of the Queen's great-grandchildren to be born in 2021 so far. 

August is, of course, named in honor of his late great-grandfather, Prince Philip, who was unwell in hospital when he was born and who died just weeks after his birth.

August is 13th in line to the throne after being pushed back by the birth of his little cousin (Princess Beatrice's daughter) in September. 

Lucas Philip Tindall

Age: 6 months
March 21, 2021
Parents: Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall

According to people, Lucas—photos of whom have yet to surface—was given the middle name to honor Zara's late grandfather, Prince Philip, and Mike's father. The newborn is 23rd in line to the throne. 

Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor

Age: 3 months
Birthday: June 4, 2021
Parents: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor is eighth in the royal line of succession and, of course, her name is a tribute to both the Queen and Princess Diana.

Princess Beatrice's daughter

Age: Days old
Birthday: September 18, 2021
Parents: Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi

Princess Beatrice and Edoaro Mapelli Mozzi's newborn daughter is the 12th and youngest of the Queen's great-grandchildren. 

Royal fans are still waiting for her name to be confirmed by new mom Beatrice but Buckingham Palace confirmed her safe arrival on September 22nd, two days after her birth on September 18th. 

The tiny royal tot was born weighing 6 pounds and 2 ounces at at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London. 

The baby girl has a half brother in the form of 5-year-old Christopher Woolfe, who Edoardo welcomed with his ex-fiancee Dara Huang.

While she is 11th in the line of succession and doesn't have a royal title, she is entitled to be a Countess as her father, Edo, is a Count and related to Italian nobility. 

Danielle Valente
Danielle Valente

Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, where she particularly enjoys covering lifestyle and entertainment news. She was previously the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. When she's not working, you can find her reading a good book and enjoying a cup of coffee. Follow her @dvwrites.