|Born||Charles Patrick Inigo Armstrong-Jones
London, England 1 July 1999
|Known for||Grandnephew of Queen Elizabeth II|
|Parent(s)||David Armstrong-Jones, Viscount Linley
Serena Armstrong-Jones, Viscountess Linley
Charles Patrick Inigo Armstrong-Jones (born 1 July 1999) is the only son of Viscount and Viscountess Linley. He is a great-grandson of King George VI. He is second-in-line to the Earldom of Snowdon after his father.
Armstrong-Jones was born in London on 1 July 1999. He has a sister, Margarita Armstrong-Jones, who is three years younger than him. He is styled with the honorific prefix "The Honourable" as the son of a courtesy peer. His first name is in honour of his first cousin once removed, Charles, Prince of Wales; his second name is in honour of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, the birthplace of his mother; and his third name is in honour of the 17th century English architect and designer Inigo Jones, who is said to be his father's personal hero. Armstrong-Jones was baptised at St James's Palace in 1999 and his godparents are: Lady Bruce Dundas, Nigel Harvey, Nick Powell, Orlando Rock, Lucinda Cecil and Rita Konig.
As a member of the extended British Royal Family Armstrong-Jones attends events such as Trooping the Colour and Christmas at Sandringham. He has also attends other events such as the Goodwood Festival of Speed and the Ascot Races.
In 2012, he attended a service of thanksgiving for his late grandmother, Princess Margaret, at Windsor Castle. His parents, sister, aunt and cousins also attended. In honour of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, Charles Armstrong-Jones and his sister Margarita attended another thanksgiving service this time at St Paul's Cathedral in London.
- The Hon. Charles Armstrong-Jones (1 July 1999 – present)
When Armstrong-Jones's father becomes the Earl of Snowdon, Armstrong-Jones will use the courtesy title of Viscount Linley.
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1 March 2012–present
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