For more than 65 years, Queen Elizabeth II has presided over the throne, giving the British royal family tree plenty of time to spread far and wide. The queen's four children all, themselves, have children. Some of them have now married and have kids of their own. Here is a list of the queen's grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Where It All Began
Queen Elizabeth II has four children with husband Prince Philip (front row, right). From left to right, they are Prince Charles, Prince Andrew, Princess Anne and Prince Edward.
Prince Charles, the eldest child of Queen Elizabeth, is first in the line of succession to the British throne and will become king in the event of his mother's death. He had two sons with the late Princes Diana, Princes William and Harry.
Princes William and Harry
Seen here with their late mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, William and Harry are the sons of the first in line to the throne. While that means elder brother William will one day be king, Harry gets further from the throne as each of William's children are born.
As the son of the first in line to the throne, Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, will become king when his father, Prince Charles, either dies or steps down.
Prince William's Family
Prince William married Kate Middleton in 2011. They have three children together.
Born in 2013, Prince George, seen here with his dad and former U.S. President Barack Obama, is third in the line of succession to the throne. He's expected to become king when Prince William dies or steps down.
Princess Charlotte is the queen's great-grandchild and the second born to Prince William. Born in 2015, Charlotte is in the line of succession to the throne behind her brother, Prince George.
Prince Louis was born on April 23, 2018. He is the queen's sixth great-grandchild.
Prince Harry, son of Prince Charles and Princess Diana, is Queen Elizabeth's grandson. Born as third in line to her throne, Harry gets bumped down a rung with each child his older brother and likely king-to-be, Prince William, has with Kate Middleton.
Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, welcomed their first child on May 6, 2019. Though the baby boy's name has not yet been revealed, he is seventh in line to the throne.
Prince Andrew Duke of York is Queen Elizabeth's third child. Prince Andrew had two daughters with ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice.
Seen here as a child with her mother, Sarah Ferguson, Princess Eugenie is Queen Elizabeth's granddaughter and little sister to Princess Beatrice.
Princess Eugenie announced her engagement to longtime beau Jack Brookshank on Jan. 22, 2018. They wed in October of that year.
The elder child of Prince Andrew, Beatrice is granddaughter to Queen Elizabeth and in line to her throne behind her father.
Princess Anne is Queen Elizabeth's second child and only daughter. She had two children with ex-husband Capt. Mark Phillips, Peter and Zara.
Not Quite Royals
While they are the grandchildren of Queen Elizabeth, Peter Phillips and his sister, Zara, carry no titles because tradition dictates that only the sons of a monarch shall give birth to royalty.
Peter Phillips is married to Autumn Phillips and the couple's daughters, Savannah and Isla, are great-granddaughters to Queen Elizabeth.
Savannah and Isla Phillips
Savannah and Isla Phillips (L-R) are the great-granddaughters of Queen Elizabeth. While their father passed along no royal title, the girls are both technically in line behind him to their great-grandmother's throne.
Queen Elizabeth's granddaughter Zara Tindall is an accomplished equestrian who won a silver medal in the 2012 Summer Olympics. Her lack of a title but close relation to the queen make her and brother Peter "almost royals."
Mia Grace Tindall
Zara Tindall married former English rugby player Mike Tindall in 2011 and the couple had their first child together, Mia Grace, in 2014.
Zara Tindall welcomed daughter Lena on June 18, 2018, the queen's seventh great-grandchild, and the couple's second child.
Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex, pictured here with his wife Sophie Rhys-Jones, is the youngest of Queen Elizabeth's four children and in line to her throne behind his brothers, their children and their children's children. He has a daughter and a son with Rhys-Jones.
Another granddaughter to Queen Elizabeth, Louise Mountbatten-Windsor formally holds the title of Lady Louise Windsor. She was born to Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones in 2003.
Born in 2007, James Mountbatten-Windsor is the youngest grandchild of Queen Elizabeth. Though younger James is one rung ahead of his sister in the line of succession and carries the title of Viscount Severn.