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The Line of Succession to the British

Throne up to #60
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Here was the line of succession in 2009: ​http://archive.today/gbQDS

Below, the line of succession in 2019:

1. The Prince of Wales


2. The Duke of Cambridge
3. Prince George
4. Princess Charlotte1 2 3
5. Prince Louis4 5
6. The Duke of Sussex
7. Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor
8. The Duke of York
9. Princess Beatrice of York
10. Princess Eugenie of York
11. The Earl of Wessex
12. Viscount Severn
13. The Lady Louise Windsor
14. The Princess Royal
15. Mr. Peter Phillips
16. Miss Savannah Phillips
17. Miss Isla Phillips

1
"Princess Charlotte makes royal history in line to the throne - CBS News." 24 Apr. 2018,
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/princess-charlotte-makes-royal-history-in-line-to-the-throne/​. Accessed
29 Apr. 2018.
2
"Why Princess Charlotte Just Made History With the Arrival of Her New ...." 23 Apr. 2018,
https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/princess-charlotte-history-her-royal-193935786.html​. Accessed 29
Apr. 2018.
3
"Princess Charlotte Makes History As Her New Baby Brother ... - The Cut." 23 Apr. 2018,
https://www.thecut.com/2018/04/princess-charlotte-royal-baby-boy-history.html​. Accessed 29 Apr. 2018.
4
​"Royal baby: Kate's third child to be fifth in line to the throne | Herald Sun." 23 Apr. 2018,
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/entertainment/celebrity/princess-charlotte-will-not-lose-her-place-in-the-order-of-the-l
ine-to-the-throne-thanks-to-2013-law/news-story/543c26a8817749923e350af907efd216​. Accessed 29 Apr. 2018.
5
"Royal family tree: How the line of succession to the British throne has ...." 26 Apr. 2018,
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/04/24/royal-family-tree-will-succeed-queen-line-to-throne/​.
Accessed 29 Apr. 2018.
18. Mrs. Zara Tindall
19. Miss Mia Tindall
20. Miss Lena Tindall
21. The Earl of Snowdon
22. Viscount Linley of Nymans
23. The Lady Margarita Armstrong-Jones
24. The Lady Sarah Chatto
25. Master Samuel Chatto
26. Master Arthur Chatto
27. The Duke of Gloucester
28. The Earl of Ulster
29. Lord Culloden
30. The Lady Cosima Windsor
31. The Lady Davina Lewis
32. Senna Lewis
33. Tāne Lewis
34. The Lady Rose Gilman
35. Lyla Gilman
36. Rufus Gilman
37. The Duke of Kent
38. The Earl of St. Andrews
39. The Lady Amelia Windsor6
40. Albert Windsor7
41. Leopold Windsor8
42. Louis Windsor9
43. The Lady Helen Taylor
44. Master Columbus Taylor
45. Master Cassius Taylor
46. Miss Eloise Taylor

6
She is the only child of the Earl of St. Andrews and his Catholic wife who has not converted to
Catholicism. Her brother, Lord Downpatrick, and sister, Lady Marina, both excluded themselves from the
Succession by converting to Catholicism.
7
Disputed. Some lists (see ​references 3 & 4​) include the minor children of Roman Catholic-converted
Lord Nicholas Windsor, despite their baptism into their father’s adopted religion, on account of minor
status, which could change when they reach legal majority.
8
Disputed. Some lists (see ​references 3 & 4​) include the minor children of Roman Catholic-converted
Lord Nicholas Windsor, despite their baptism into their father’s adopted religion, on account of minor
status, which could change when they reach legal majority.
9
Disputed. Some lists (see ​references 3 & 4​) include the minor children of Roman Catholic-converted
Lord Nicholas Windsor, despite their baptism into their father’s adopted religion, on account of minor
status, which could change when they reach legal majority.
47. Miss Estella Taylor
48. Prince Michael of Kent
49. The Lord Frederick Windsor
50. Miss Maud Windsor
51. Miss Isabella Windsor
52. The Lady Gabriella Kingston
53. Princess Alexandra, the Hon. Lady Ogilvy
54. Mr. James Ogilvy
55. Master Alexander Ogilvy
56. Miss Flora Ogilvy
57. Miss Marina Ogilvy
58. Master Christian Mowatt
59. Miss Zenouska Mowatt
60. The Earl of Harewood
61. Viscount Lascelles10 11

References
1. Up to 16 ​https://www.royal.uk/succession​ - Archival link: ​http://archive.today/HgGTR
2. Up to 56 ​https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Succession_to_the_British_throne#Current_line_of_succession
3. Up to 58: Debrett’s (stops after the Kents) and, includes the minor children of Lord Nicholas Windsor for reasons
specified in my footnotes 7, 8, & 9 - ​https://www.debretts.com/the-royal-family/the-line-of-succession/​. Archival link:
http://archive.today/jaLjn
4. Up to 73 (nicely organized; excludes Lord Nicholas Windsor and his minor children, as other lists do, on account of
their respective conversion/baptism as Roman Catholics)
http://www.cracroftspeerage.co.uk/online/content/ordersuccession.htm​. Archival link: ​http://archive.today/SBudR
5. Up to 70 (with mistakes)
http://www.unofficialroyalty.com/current-monarchies/british-royals/line-of-succession-to-the-british-throne/
6. Up to 151 ​http://www.namenerds.com/uucn/listofweek/britsuccession.html​ (not bad, but it has not been updated to
reflect the new rules per the 2013 Crown Succession Act)
7. William Addams Reitwiesner, in 2001:
https://web.archive.org/web/20181005143212/http://www.wargs.com/essays/succession/2001.html
8. David Lewis, updating the William Addams Reitwiesner list in 2011:
https://web.archive.org/web/20180922165925/http://www.wargs.com/essays/succession/2011.html

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10
Koenig, Marlene Eilers. “Has Orly Lascelles found his Viscountess?” Royal Musings blog. URL:
http://royalmusingsblogspotcom.blogspot.com/2017/11/has-orly-lascelles-found-his-viscountess.html
Archived: ​http://archive.today/Pp1od
11
Walker, Tim. “Viscount Lascelles, 53rd in line to the the throne, takes a job in the kitchen.” The
Telegraph. 16 May 2014. Archived: ​http://archive.today/rFxXy