Queen Elizabeth is the proud great-grandmother of 7 cute great-grandchildren
With news of the wait for their first baby together, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry would add an eighth great-grandchild to Queen Elizabeth.
Meghan and Harry will become parents and their baby will be the eighth great-grandchild of the beloved Queen Elizabeth II. As revealed by the royal family, the first son of the Dukes of Sussex will arrive in the spring of 2019.
Here we bring a brief information about the other 7 great-grand children of the Queen. Savannah, who is 7 years old, is the oldest of the great-grandchildren. She is currently 15th in line to the throne, followed by Isla, her 6-year-old sister; their parents are Peter and Autumn Phillips.
Prince George, the firstborn of Prince William and Kate Middleton, is next on the list of great-grandchildren at age 5. He is third in line to the British throne behind his father and grandfather, Prince Charles.
At age 4, Mia is the eldest daughter of the queen's granddaughter, Zara Tindal, who is married to former rugby player Mike Tindal. This little girl is currently 18th in line to the throne.
The second daughter of Prince William and Kate Middleton occupies the fifth place in the list of great-grandchildren with only 3 years. She’s just behind brother George at fourth in the line of succession.
The third son of Kate Middleton, who was born 6 months ago, is the sixth great grandson of the British monarch.
And the last one for now is the three-month-old Lena Tindal, who was born last June 2018, after her mother Zara experienced two miscarriages.
At 91, the queen has a fairly extensive family: eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. With the arrival of Meghan Markle's first baby and Prince Harry, the list would be matched between grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
If you want read a funny story of the royals, check this time when Queen Elizabeth rolled her eyes after Prince Charles called her 'Mummy' at the end of her birthday celebration.
When Prince Charles drops the same old gag and ‘Mummy’ isn’t impressed... pic.twitter.com/QVOJ1v9U63— Jo and Sparky (@joandsparky) April 23, 2018
The Queen celebrated her birthday on April 21, 2018. To close the event, her son, Charles, took to the stage and raised three cheers at the Royal Albert Hall in honor of his mom.