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Do You Know All Of Queen Elizabeth II’s Great Grandchildren?

We’ve seen the royal babies all over newspapers, magazines and social media. Sure, we see a glimpse here and there when we actually do bother keeping up with their lives, but how well do we really know them?

Queen Elizabeth II, or affectionately known as Gam-Gam to her great-grandchildren, might seem like a ruler with an iron fist but she is absolute putty when it comes to her little ones. The better known great-grandchildren are Prince George, Princess Charlotte and now Prince Louis. However, were you aware that the queen has three other great-grand children and one more on the way?

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Savannah Anne Kathleen Phillips

The first great-grandchild of Queen Elizabeth II is Savannah Phillips. Born 29th December 2010 at the Gloucestershire Royal hospital, this bundle of joy is the first daughter of Peter Philip and Autumn Kelly. Peter Phillips is the only son of Princess Anne, who is the only daughter of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles. Savannah and her siblings do not have a royal title as Princess Anne and husband Captain Mark Phillips denied the Queen’s offer to give Peter Phillips a royal title when he was born. He is the first child to be born to a princess without a title in 500 years.

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