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Queen Elizabeth II: These are her nine great-grandchildren

Princess Eugenie gave her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, the ninth great-grandson. Zara Tindall will soon have more offspring.

Queen Elizabeth II (94) has four children and eight grandchildren. Granddaughter Princess Eugenie (30) - one of the two daughters of the Queen's son Prince Andrew (60) - has now given the monarch her ninth great-grandson. The name of Princess Eugenie's little boy and her husband Jack Brooksbank (34) is not yet known. In any case, he joins this illustrious group.

Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis

The eldest son of heir to the throne Prince Charles (72) has already given the Queen three great-grandchildren. Prince William (38) and his wife, Duchess Kate (39), got Prince George (7), Princess Charlotte (5) and Prince Louis (2).

Archie

Prince William's brother, Prince Harry (36), and his wife, Duchess Meghan (39), became parents of little Archie Mountbatten-Windsor (18 months) in May 2019 - the boy does not have a title. The family lives in the USA.

Savannah and Isla

Princess Anne (70) has the Queen's very first grandchild. Like Archie, Peter Phillips (43) does not have a title of nobility, but he and his wife Autumn Phillips (42) still provided for royal great-grandchildren. Together they had daughters Savannah (10) and Isla (8).

Mia, Lena and ...

Princess Anne's daughter, Zara Tindall (39) - also without a title - and her husband, ex-rugby star Mike Tindall (42), have also had two daughters: Mia (7) and Lena (2). In December, however, he announced that the family was expecting further growth. So the queen's great-grandson number ten is already on the way.

And the fourth child of the Queen?

Queen Elizabeth II and her husband, Prince Philip, 99, have three sons and a daughter. The not yet mentioned fourth son, Prince Edward (56), also gave the royal couple two grandchildren. But Louise Mountbatten-Windsor and her brother, James Viscount Severn, at 17 and 13 years of age, are still a little too young to have children of their own and thus other great-grandchildren of the Queen ...