THE QUEEN sadly passed away on Thursday, September 8, 2022, and behind her, she left the Royal Family to continue the work that she had been doing.
She also left behind her great-grandchildren who are set to be the next generation to take the spotlight in the Royal Family.
Who are the Queen's great-grandchildren?
The Queen has 12 great-grandchildren, ranging from school age all the way to babies.
Her Majesty had four children; King Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward.
These children gave her eight grandchildren, who have continued to grow the royal family tree.
Savannah Phillips, born: 2010
The Queen's first great-grandchild and eldest daughter of Peter Phillips, Savannah Anne Kathleen Phillips was born on December 29, 2010.
Her grandmother is Princess Anne, the only daughter of Her Majesty.
Having rejected titles for her children, Savannah and her sister Isla do not hold a royal title.
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Savannah, often attends royal events and is known for her cheeky antics such as shushing Prince George during the Trooping the Colour flypast in 2018.
Isla Phillips, born: 2012
The youngest daughter of Peter and now ex-wife Autumn Phillips was born on March 29, 2012.
She attended the thanksgiving service for the late Duke of Edinburgh on her 10th birthday, accompanied by her father and sister.
The girls were photographed smiling and giggling with their father during lighter moments of the event, which is common for the mischievous youngsters.
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Prince George, born: 2013