Meet some of the Queen's cutest great granddaughters, Isla & Savannah. Have you heard of them?
Even though the most popular children of the Royal family are Prince George and Princess Charlotte, there are a few more children that people don’t know.
Two of them are Isla and Savannah Phillips. They are Elizabeth’s great-granddaughters as they are the children of Peter Phillips, who is the son of Anne, Elizabeth’s only daughter.
As All Cute All The Time reported, Savannah is 7 years old and Isla is 5. One of the most defining characteristics they have is their blonde hair that made them have an undeniable resemblance to the Queen.
Despite the fact that they live a less publicized life that the rest of their family (they live in London), they have the chance to visit their cousins George and Charlotte from time to time.
Another interesting aspect about them is that they don’t hold the title of Princesses, just as Charlotte does. The reason is even more surprising: their father, Peter, opted out of a royal title.
He is the first member of the Royal family without a title in the past 500 years. Peter has been married to Autumn Kelly since 2008 and Isla and Savannah are the only children they have welcomed so far.
The couple first met in 2003 at the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal and started dating a soon after that. In July 2007, they announced their engagement.
Savannah, who was born on December 29, 2010, at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital, is Elizabeth’s first great-granddaughter. The Queen herself was present at her baptism which took place at Holy Cross Church in Avening, Gloucestershire.
Isla, on the other hand, was born on March 29, 2012. At the moment, it is not known how often they get to visit the Queen and the rest of the Royals.
While the guest list for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding has not been revealed yet, it is very likely for them to invite Peter and his family to the ceremony.