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List of living British princes and princesses

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HRH The Prince of Wales, first son and heir apparent of the Queen.
HRH The Duke of Cambridge, grandson of the Queen and elder son of the Prince of Wales.
HRH Prince George of Cambridge, great-grandson of the Queen, grandson of the Prince of Wales and son of the Duke of Cambridge.
HRH Prince Harry of Wales, grandson of the Queen and younger son of the Prince of Wales.
HRH The Duke of York, second son of the Queen.
HRH Princess Beatrice of York, granddaughter of the Queen.
HRH Princess Eugenie of York, granddaughter of the Queen.
HRH The Earl of Wessex, third son of the Queen.
HRH The Duchess of Cambridge, granddaughter-in-law of the Queen.
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, daughter-in-law of the Queen.

This is a list of British royal family members who, either through lineage or marriage or by letters patent, acquired the status of British prince or British princess.

Princes and princesses by descent[edit | edit source]

Descendants of Elizabeth II[edit | edit source]

The following twelve all gained their princely status by being a direct descendant of Elizabeth II.

# Image Title Age Connection to
Elizabeth II
Marriage
1
Prince Charles 2012.jpg
Prince Charles
70
Son
Camilla,
Duchess of Cornwall
2
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge.jpg
Prince William
37
Grandson
Catherine,
Duchess of Cambridge
3
Prince George of Cambridge color fix.jpg
Prince George
6
Great-grandson
N/A
4
Badge of the House of Windsor.svg
Princess Charlotte
4
Great-granddaughter
5
Prince Harry 2014.jpg
Prince Harry
35
Grandson
Engaged to
Meghan Markle
6
Prince Andrew August 2014 (cropped).jpg
Prince Andrew
59
Son
Divorcee
7
Prince Beatrice with Dave Clark crop.jpg
Princess Beatrice
31
Granddaughter
Unwed
8
Princess Eugenie of York.jpg
Princess Eugenie
29
Granddaughter
9
Prince Edward February 2015.jpg
Prince Edward
55
Son
Sophie,
Countess of Wessex
10
James, Viscount Severn 2016.jpg
James, Viscount Severn1
11
Grandson
N/A
11
Lady Louise 2016.jpg
Lady Louise Windsor1
15
Granddaughter
12
Princess Royal 2013.jpg
Princess Anne2
69
Daughter
Timothy Laurence

1 Although James and Louise both hold a princely status, their titles are styled as the children of an earl, rather than as princes or princesses, in order for them to avoid some of the burdens of royal titles.[1]

2 In 1917, George V declared only male-line grandchildren are entitled to a princely status. Princess Anne's children are female-line grandchildren, and therefore do not have a title.[2]

Descendants of George V[edit | edit source]

The following four all gained their princely status by being a direct descendant of George V. They are all cousins of Elizabeth II.

# Image Title Age Connection to
George V
Marriage
24
The Duke of Gloucester in 2008 cropped2.jpg
Prince Richard
75
Grandson
Birgitte,
Duchess of Gloucester
34
HRH The Duke of Kent Allan Warren.jpg
Prince Edward
84
Katharine,
Duchess of Kent
45
HRH Prince Michael of Kent 59 Allan Warren.jpg
Prince Michael
77
Princess Michael
50
Prinses Alexandra (1961).jpg
Princess Alexandra
82
Granddaughter
Widow

Princes and princesses by marriage or creation[edit | edit source]

Meghan Markle is set to become the 7th living British princess on May 19, 2018.[3]

Year of marriage Image Title Age Spouse
2011
Duchess Kate of Cambridge visits Sweden (2018).jpg
Catherine,
Duchess of Cambridge
37
Prince William
2005
Duchess of Cornwall in 2014 (cropped).jpg
Camilla,
Duchess of Cornwall
72
Prince Charles
1999
Sophie, grevinna av Wessex.jpg
Sophie,
Countess of Wessex
54
Prince Edward
1978
Princess Michael of Kent.jpg
Princess Michael
74
Prince Michael
1972
Birgitte, Duchess of Gloucester 2015.jpg
Birgitte,
Duchess of Gloucester
73
Prince Richard
1961
Katharine, Duchess of Kent.JPG
Katharine,
Duchess of Kent
86
Prince Edward
1947
Duke of Edinburgh 33 Allan Warren.jpg
Prince Philip
98
Elizabeth II

See also[edit | edit source]

Sources[edit | edit source]


Others articles of the Topic Royalty : Child of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex
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  1. "Royal Family tree and line of succession". BBC. September 4, 2017. Retrieved March 24, 2018.
  2. "10 Questions & Answers On… Princess Anne". Royal Central. December 28, 2012. Retrieved March 24, 2018.
  3. "Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to marry on 19 May 2018". BBC. 15 December 2018.


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