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Queen Elizabeth II

b. 1926
m. Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
son of Prince Andrew of Greece

The Queen's sons and daughter

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Prince of Wales

b. 1948
m. Lady Diana Spencer
(divorced 1996)
(d. 1997)
m. Camilla Parker Bowles

Princess Royal

m. Captain Mark Phillips
(divorced 1993)
m. Commander Timothy Laurence

Duke of York

b. 1960
m. Sarah Ferguson
(divorced 1996)

Earl of Wessex

b. 1964
m. Sophie Rhys-Jones

The Queen's Grandchildren
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Prince William of Wales

Peter Phillips

Princess Beatrice of York

Lady Louise Windsor
b. 1982 b. 1977 b. 1988 b. 2003
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Prince Harry of Wales

Zara Phillips

Princess Eugenie of York

James, Viscount Severns
b. 1984 b. 1981 b. 1990 b. 2007

The Queen's Great Grandchildren

Prince George

The Queen’s grandson Peter and his wife Autumn Phillips have 2 daughters

  • Savannah Phillips (born 2010)
  • Isla Phillips (born 2012).

George Alexander Louis
Prince George

b. 2013


How many grandchildren does the Queen have?

The Queen has 8 grandchildren: William, Harry, Peter, Zara, Beatrice, Eugenie, Louise and James

How many great grandchildren does the Queen have?

The Queen has 3 great granchildren: Savannah, Isla and George

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