The Royal family just keeps getting bigger, and when Meghan and Harry’s firstborn arrives, they’ll have means more playmates than just George, Charlotte and Louis. Here’s a quick breakdown of the Royal family’s next gen.
Savannah and Isla Phillips (15th and 16th in line to the throne, respectively)
Parents: Peter and Autumn Phillips
Isla (left) and Savannah Phillips (right) with Mom and Dad. Image by: Getty Images
Montreal-born Autumn married Peter Phillips (grandson of the Queen and son of Princess Anne), in 2008. The couple lives in London with their two daughters Savannah, 7, and Isla, 5.
Mia Grace and Lena Elizabeth Tindall (18th and 19th in line to the throne, respectively)
Parents: Zara and Mike Tindall
Mia Grace with Mom and Dad. Image by: Getty Images
Peter’s sister Zara, an Olympic equestrian, married Mike Tindall, a former English rugby player, in 2011. They have two daughters, Mia Grace, 4, and Lena Elizabeth, who was born in June.
Lady Louise Windsor and James Viscount Severn (12th and 11th in line to the throne)
Parents: Edward, Earl of Wessex and Sophie, Countess of Wessex
James and Louise walk behind Will and Kate to attend an Easter Day Service in 2017. Image by: Getty Images
Will’s uncle, Edward, Earl of Wessex married Sophie, Countess of Wessex, in 1999. Their kids, grandchildren to the Queen, are Will and Harry’s first cousins (and possibly good candidates for royal babysitters?) — Lady Louise Windsor, 14, and James Viscount Severn, 10.
Watch this space: Don’t forget Kate’s sister Pippa is pregnant and, according to reports, has welcomed a newborn baby boy. That means a new cousin for George, Charlotte and little Louis, and possibly a pal for baby Sussex.