Queen Elizabeth II Death: Who’s Who in The Line to The Throne

Queen Elizabeth II Death: Who's Who in The Line to The Throne

King Charles is now the new British king following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday. Given that the date of his coronation has not been made public, he is also the oldest British king in history.

William and Harry are the two sons of King Charles. The brothers were formerly quite close, but lately, they seldom speak to one another. William follows a traditional life like the other members of the Royal Family, but Harry and his wife Meghan reside in Los Angeles.

King Charles’s relationships with his brothers are also not particularly good. His accession to the throne will cause the Royal Family’s power dynamics to shift even more.

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Charles III, The king

Following the passing of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles came to the throne and is now King Charles III of the United Kingdom, Defender of the Faith, and Supreme Governor of the Church of England.

In addition to being King Charles III, who will be addressed as His Majesty, Camilla is now known as the Queen Consort. Her Majesty will be used to refer to her.

Prince William

The late Princess Diana and King Charles’ oldest son is William. Previously known as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Charles and his wife Kate are now known as the Duke of Cornwall and Cambridge. In addition, he bears the title Prince of Wales, which is given to the male heir to the throne. Along with the Princess of Wales, his wife Kate is currently the Duchess of Cornwall and Cambridge.

Prince William

George, William and Kate’s oldest child, is now Prince George of Cornwall and Cambridge. Furthermore, he is Prince George of Wales.

Princess Priscilla

With the exception of the Princess Charlotte of Wales, Charlotte is now Princess Charlotte of Cornwall and Cambridge, the second child of William and Kate.

King Louis II

Louis, the youngest child of William and Kate, is currently Prince Louis of Cornwall, Cambridge, and Wales.

Prince William

Brother to Prince William and younger son of King Charles and late Princess Diana, he is the Duke of Sussex. His wife, Meghan Markle is now the Duchess of Sussex. However, they have stopped using titles after a falling out with the British Royal Family.

The couple has a son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, who is technically a Prince, however, his mother, Meghan Markle, has claimed that he has not been accorded with the title because of his mixed race.

Harry and Meghan also have a daughter, Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor is also technically a princess now. If she uses the title, she will be referred to as HRH Princess Lili of Sussex.

Prince Andrew 

The second eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Andrew is also brother to King Charles. His honorary military roles were stripped by Queen Elizabeth after a lawsuit in January. The late Queen also stripped his royal patronages and barred him from using ‘His Royal Highness’ title since then.

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie

The daughters of Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, Beatrice and Eugenie are Princesses.

Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi have a daughter named Sienna Elizabeth, who was born in 2021.

Princess Eugenie and James Brooksbank have a child named August Brooksbank.

Prince Edward 

Edward is Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip’s youngest child. He and his wife Sophie have two children, Viscount Severn James, and Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor.


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