All Of Queen Elizabeth’s Great-Grandchildren From Oldest To Youngest
Only a handful of little royals were allowed to call her “Gan-Gan.”
byMorgan BrinleeandJen McGuire
Queen Elizabeth’s family has been focused on her for their entire lives, but especially in the past year. The loss of her husband Prince Philip in 2021, celebrating her Platinum Jubilee in this past summer, and sadly, her death at the age of 96 years old at Balmoral Castle in early September. Now their gazes have shifted, as has the makeup of their royal family. Because not only have they lost their Queen, the monarch who has reigned for 70 years, they have also lost their mother, their granny, and in the case of Queen Elizabeth’s great-grandchildren, they have lost a Gan-Gan they knew and loved so well.
The line of succession has moved for all members of the royal family, including her 12 great-grandchildren. Now that King Charles III is the ruling sovereign, many members of the royal family also have new titles. New roles. A totally different future without the woman who held them all together. In the wake of Queen Elizabeth’s death, here’s how things have changed for the royal great-grandchildren.