Familiarity with the great-grandchildren of Queen Elizabeth II.
Among the huge number of subjects of Queen Elizabeth II, who live around the world, if special, who enjoy the unconditional love of the Queen. Her grandchildren and great-granddaughters. And though not all the younger members of the British Royal family live in the Palace, they are regularly seen with his great-grandmother and can always count on her favor, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to Cultural studies.
1. Savannah Phillips, 7 years
Princess Anna has broken all records in the Royal family. It gave Her Majesty first grandchild, Peter Phillips, whose family had a charming miss Savannah is the first granddaughter of the British Queen. And, despite the fact that a seven year old girl has no titles, it does not waive its right to claim its rightful place on the throne.
2. Isla Elizabeth Phillips, 6 years
Six-year-old Isla Elizabeth Phillips is the youngest daughter of Peter Phillips and Autumn Kelly, and accordingly the second great-granddaughter of the British Queen. Being sixteenth in line to the throne, the girl also retains his place on the throne. Despite the fact that she’s royalty, baby leads a normal life away from the Protocol. That’s why she rarely gets into the camera lenses of reporters and photographers.
3. Prince George, 4 years
Four-year-old Prince George of Cambridge – the third grandson of Queen Elizabeth II. According to the boy’s father, the future king of great Britain dreams that one day he would become a COP or firefighter. But and not surprisingly. His parents are struggling to provide for her offspring the most ordinary but happy childhood, which is often unusual for the royals.
Charlotte Polo tournament.
4. MIA grace Tindall, 4 years
Four year old MIA grace Tindall, daughter of Zara and Mike Tindall. The girl is well, a very naughty child with an incredible sense of adventure and risk. In contrast to the understated and always elegant cousin Charlotte, the baby often can be seen in the swings and roundabouts, cheerful, with a blush and a sincere smile on his face from a surplus of emotions and sensations.
5. Princess Charlotte, three years
Three-year-old Princess Charlotte of Cambridge — fifth great-granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II. Baby, as befits a true lady, so charming, charming and elegant that moms around the world with undisguised interest and curiosity watching her out into the light, hoping that would be their daughter, were in the same dresses and coats.
6. Prince Louis
Prince Louis of Cambridge is the sixth great-grandson of Queen Elizabeth II. Newborn baby from the first days of his life, managed not only to get in line to the throne and oust his uncle Harry, finishing in fifth place in the long list. Who knows how things will fall card. But, judging by the fact that at such an early age is the rightful heir managed to beat, if not all records in the Royal family in the struggle for the throne, then certainly most of them, as if hinting that in the future he will become a worthy ruler.
7. Her Majesty the Queen with their grandchildren
Now again remember that Queen Elizabeth II is a caring great-grandmother, who not only knows how to rule the country, and to prepare baby formula, change diapers and sing lullabies.