Jenni McKnightFlick through our gallery of the Queen's adorable grandchildren and great-grandchildren including Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Mia Tindall and Arthur
With an ever-growing royal family, it can be hard to keep track of who's who – Queen Elizabeth II welcomed four children, who have each gone on to have their own brood, who in turn are now starting to have their own families.
Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana are parents to Princes William and Harry, the latter of who welcomed his first child, Archie Harrison, in May 2019. Prince William shares three children with the Duchess of Cambridge – and that's just Charles' line of the family.
The Queen and Prince Philip are also celebrating the family's newest arrival - Princess Eugenie's baby boy, who was born in February 2021. Prince Harry and Meghan have also just announced they are expecting their second child.
So how many grandchildren and great-grandchildren does the Queen actually have? Keep reading to find out…
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge (William Arthur Philip Louis)
The eldest son of Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales was born on 21 June 1982 and is second in line to the throne, after his father. William married the then-Kate Middleton in 2011 and the couple have three children together, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. The Duke is a qualified pilot and in 2015 he took on a full-time role as a pilot with the East Anglian Air Ambulance until July 2017.
WATCH: Incredible home videos of the Queen and Princess Margaret as children
WATCH: Incredible home videos of the Queen and Princess Margaret as children
Prince Henry of Wales (Henry Charles Albert David)
Known as Prince Harry, the youngest child of Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales was born on 15 September 1984 and is sixth in line to the throne.
Like his brother, Harry chose a career in the military but left the army in 2015 to become a full-time royal. In 2018 he married former American actress Meghan Markleand the couple welcomed son Archie the following year.
In February, the couple announced that they are having another baby!
Keep scrolling for more images of the Queen's grandchildren and great-grandchildren...
The daughter of Princess Anne and her first husband Captain Mark Phillips was born on 15 May 1981 and is currently 18th in line to the throne.
It's no secret that the Queen has a soft spot for her equestrian granddaughter Zara. In 2011, the Olympic medallist married Mike Tindall and the couple have two daughters together, Mia, six, and Lena, two.
Zara and Mike are also expecting their third child later this year.
The only son of Princess Anne and her first husband Captain Mark Phillips was born on 15 November 1977 and is 15th in line to the throne. He married Autumn Kelly in 2008 and they have two daughters together, Savannah, nine, and Isla, eight. In early 2020, the couple announced their decision to separate.
Princess Beatrice of York (Beatrice Elizabeth Mary)
The eldest daughter of the Duke of York and Sarah, Duchess of York was born on 8 August 1988 and is ninth in line to the throne. Beatrice studied at Goldsmiths, University of London, and married her boyfriend Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in July 2020, after ending her nine-year relationship with Dave Clark in 2016.
Princess Eugenie of York (Eugenie Victoria Helena)
The youngest daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York was born on 23 March 1990 and is tenth in line to the throne. Eugenie studied art, history, English literature and politics at Newcastle University, and works as an associate director at Hauser & Wirth Gallery in London.
On 12 October 2018, she married her long-term partner Jack Brooksbank in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, in the same venue where her cousin Prince Harry married Meghan Markle.
Eugenie gave birth to her first child, a baby boy, in February 2021.
Lady Louise Alice Elizabeth Mary Mountbatten-Windsor
The eldest child and only daughter of Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex, Louise was born on 8 November 2008 and is 13th in line to the throne. She rarely accompanies her parents on engagements but is often spotted attending Christmas and Easter services with the rest of her family. Louise was also a bridesmaid at the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding in 2009.
Sophie has explained in the past that her daughter used to suffer from strabismus, a condition whereby a person cannot align both eyes simultaneously, but the young girl has perfect sight now.
James, Viscount Severn
The younger child and only son of the Earl and Countess of Wessex, James was born on 17 December 2007 and is 12th in line to the throne. James is said to be very close to the Queen and Prince Philip and enjoys horse riding.
Princess Eugenie's royal baby
Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank welcomed their first child, a baby boy, on Tuesday 9 February 2021. The palace announced the news in a statement, with Eugenie later sharing this sweet photo of her newborn son on Instagram.
The proud parents are yet to announce the baby's name.
Prince George of Cambridge (George Alexander Louis)
The eldest child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was born on 22 July 2013 and is third in line to the throne. In 2016, George started nursery and a year earlier he was ranked 49th on GQ's 50 Best Dressed Men in Britain list. In September 2017 he started school at St Thomas' Battersea in London.
Princess Charlotte of Cambridge (Charlotte Elizabeth Diana)
The second child and only daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Charlotte was born on 2 May 2015 and is fourth in line to the throne. Because of the changes to succession law in 2013, Charlotte was not displaced in line of succession when her younger brother Prince Louis was born on 23 April 2018.
Prince Louis of Cambridge (Louis Arthur Charles)
Prince William and Kate's third child, Prince Louis, was born at St Mary's Hospital in Paddington on St. George's Day, 23 April 2018. He is currently fifth in line to the throne.
The official statement read: "Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge was safely delivered of a son at 1101hrs. The baby weighs 8lbs 7oz. The Duke of Cambridge was present for the birth. Her Royal Highness and her child are both doing well."
Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor
Archie Harrison is the only child of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. He was born on 6 May 2019 at The Portland Hospital in London, the same place where Sarah, Duchess of York gave birth to Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie.
While the former actress had reportedly planned a home birth at Frogmore Cottage, the Daily Mail later reported that the couple were whisked to the hospital on Sunday 5 May by their Scotland Yard security team. Sources confirmed that the Duke and Duchess stayed overnight until their son was born at 5:26am on Monday morning.
Archie now lives with his parents in Santa Barbara, California and is about to become a big brother later this year!
Savannah Anne Kathleen Phillips
The eldest daughter of Peter Phillips and Autumn Kelly became the Queen's first great-grandchild on 29 December 2010. Like her sister Isla, Savannah carries no official title but is 16th in line to the throne.
Isla Elizabeth Phillips
Isla is the youngest daughter of Peter Phillips, son of Princess Anne, and Autumn Kelly. She was born on 29 March 2012 and, although she carries no official title, is currently 17th in line to the throne.
Mia Grace Tindall
Mia is the eldest child of Zara Tindall, Princess Anne's only daughter, and rugby player Mike Tindall. She was born on 17 January 2014 and is 19th in line to the throne. Mia is usually seen cheering on her mother Zara at equestrian trials.
Lena Elizabeth Tindall
Zara Tindall and husband Mike's youngest daughter, Lena, was born on 18 June 2018 at Stroud Maternity Unit in Gloucestershire. Like her sister Mia and cousins Savannah and Isla, she too has no title but is twentieth in line to the throne.
Zara has previously spoken about why she decided to follow in her mother, Princess Anne's footsteps, and not give her children royal titles.
"We were able to be more adventurous than say, William," Zara explained to HELLO!
The royal also told The Times in 2015: "I'm very lucky that both my parents decided to not use the title and we grew up and did all the things that gave us the opportunity to do."