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The Royal Family sure had grown over Queen Elizabeth II's historic reign. The late monarch has 12 great-grandchildren, born to her eight grandkids. From eldest to youngest, this gallery introduces you to the future faces of the Royal Family, including a future king and several newborn royal babies. Click through the slides to meet them all!
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If you thought Prince George was the Queen's eldest great-grandchild — well, not quite. The two eldest are the sisters Savannah and Isla Phillips. Savannah (left) was the first great-grandchild of the Queen, born in 2010. Her sister Isla (right) was born in 2009. They're the children of Autumn and Peter Phillips, the son of Princess Anne.
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Here's a nice shot of Isla and Savannah with their parents. The Phillipses are somewhat lesser-known members of the Royal Family, and they do not hold royal titles. Peter and Autumn Phillips also announced their separation in 2020.
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Next comes Prince George, the first child of Prince William and Duchess Kate. Born in 2013, he's viewed as a future king and stands second in line for the UK throne after his father Prince William.
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Just a few months after Prince George was born, Zara and Mike Tindall welcomed their first child together — daughter Mia. Here she is seen here with her ex-rugby star dad Mike. Her royal grandparents are Princess Anne and Mark Phillips, the parents of Zara.
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Princess Charlotte is the only daughter of Prince William and Duchess Kate. She stands third in line to the UK throne. She was born in 2015, and her middle names are Elizabeth and Diana, a tribute to her late great-grandmother the Queen and late grandmother Princess Diana.
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Up next is none other than Prince Louis, the younger brother of Princess Charlotte. He's the third of William and Kate's children. The little Prince was the first affected by the 2011 change to the male-preference system of succession, so he stands fourth in line to the throne, behind his sister.
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Little Lena Tindall was born in 2018 to Zara and Mike Tindall. And she's the spitting image of her mother!
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Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan welcomed their first child into the world in 2019. Little Archie was born in the UK but now lives with his parents in California.
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Little August Brooksbank kicked off a busy 2021 for royal babies. He was born in February to Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, the couple's first child after their wedding in 2018. He was named after Queen Victoria's husband Prince Albert, whose full name contained "Augustus."