List of living British princes and princesses

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This is a list of British royal family members who, either through lineage, marriage, or by letters patent, acquired the status of British prince or British princess.

Princes and princesses by descent[edit]

# Image Name Age Connection to Elizabeth II Spouse
1 Prince Charles 2012.jpg Charles, Prince of Wales 71 Son
Lady Diana Spencer (div. 1996)

Camilla Parker Bowles
2 Prince William, Duke of Cambridge.jpg Prince William, Duke of Cambridge 38 Grandson Catherine Middleton
3 Prince George of Cambridge color fix.jpg Prince George of Cambridge 6 Great-grandson N/A
4 Badge of the House of Windsor.svg Princess Charlotte of Cambridge 5 Great-granddaughter
5 Badge of the House of Windsor.svg Prince Louis of Cambridge 2 Great-grandson
6 Prince Harry at the 2017 Invictus Games opening ceremony.jpg Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex 35 Grandson Meghan Markle
8 Prince Andrew, Duke of York 60 Son
Sarah Ferguson (div. 1996)
9 Prince Beatrice with Dave Clark crop.jpg Princess Beatrice of York 31 Granddaughter N/A
10 Princess Eugenie, 2017.jpg Princess Eugenie 30 Jack Brooksbank
11 Prince Edward February 2015.jpg Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex 56 Son Sophie Rhys-Jones
12 James, Viscount Severn 2016.jpg James, Viscount Severn1 12 Grandson N/A
13 Lady Louise, 2017.jpg Lady Louise Windsor1 16 Granddaughter
14 Princess Anne October 2015.jpg Anne, Princess Royal 69 Daughter
Mark Phillips (div. 1992)

Timothy Laurence
26 The Duke of Gloucester in 2008 cropped2.jpg Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester 75 Cousin Birgitte van Deurs
37 HRH The Duke of Kent Allan Warren.jpg Prince Edward, Duke of Kent 84 Katharine Worsley
48 HRH Prince Michael of Kent 59 Allan Warren.jpg Prince Michael of Kent 77 Baroness Marie Christine von Reibnitz
53 HRH The Princess Alexandra 04 25 10.png Princess Alexandra 83
Sir Angus Ogilvy (died 2004)

1 Although James and Louise are both eligible to hold a princely status, they are styled as the children of an earl, rather than as princes or princesses, in order for them to avoid some of the burdens of royal titles.[1]

Princes and princesses by marriage or creation[edit]

Year of marriage Image Name Age Spouse
19472 25.Jun.2015 Prince Philip in Frankfurt.jpg Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark 99 Queen Elizabeth II
1961 The Duchess of Kent with koala (cropped).jpg Katharine Worsley 87 Prince Edward, Duke of Kent
1972 Birgitte, Duchess of Gloucester 2015.jpg Birgitte van Deurs 74 Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester
1978 Princess Michael of Kent (Armistice Day 2008).jpg Baroness Marie Christine von Reibnitz 75 Prince Michael of Kent
1999 Sophie, grevinna av Wessex.jpg Sophie Rhys-Jones 55 Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex
2005 The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi with Their Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, at Hyderabad House, in New Delhi on November 08, 2017 (1) (cropped 2).jpg Camilla Parker Bowles 72 Charles, Prince of Wales
2011 Catherine Elizabeth Middleton (colorized).jpg Catherine Middleton 38 Prince William, Duke of Cambridge
2018 Meghan Markle - 2018 (cropped).jpg Meghan Markle 38 Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex

2 Made a British prince in 1957 by letters patent granted by his wife Queen Elizabeth II, not by his marriage

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Royal Family tree and line of succession". BBC. September 4, 2017. Retrieved March 24, 2018.