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- United Kingdom : Constitutional monarchy which includes England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
- Monarchy of the United Kingdom
- Politics in the United Kingdom
- : Second wife of Charles, Prince of Wales; legally the Princess of Wales but not known as such (born 1947).
Children and grandchildren
- Prince William, Duke of Cambridge : Second in line to the United Kingdom throne; elder son of Charles, Prince of Wales and grandson of Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
- Prince Harry : Sixth in line to the United Kingdom throne, younger son of Charles, Prince of Wales and grandson of Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh; known as 'Harry'.
- Prince George of Cambridge : Third in line to the United Kingdom throne; son of William, Duke of Cambridge, grandson of Charles, Prince of Wales and great-grandson of Elizabeth II (born 22nd July 2013).
- Princess Charlotte of Cambridge : Fourth in line to the United Kingdom throne; daughter of William, Duke of Cambridge, granddaughter of Charles, Prince of Wales and great-granddaughter of Elizabeth II (born 2nd May 2015).
- : 1895-1952, King of the United Kingdom and its Dominions, and the last Emperor of India and King of Ireland (reigned 1936-1952); father of Queen Elizabeth II and second son of King George V.
- : 1900-2002, born Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, became Queen to George VI of the United Kingdom until his death in 1952; was the mother of Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret.
- : (1930-2002), younger daughter of George VI of the United Kingdom and sister to Elizabeth II; known for controversies regarding her private life and for being prevented from marrying a divorcé in the 1950s.
- Diana, Princess of Wales : 1961–1997, former wife of Charles, Prince of Wales, and mother of Princes William and Harry; well-known as a supporter of various charities and causes, as well as for her controversial private life and the circumstances surrounding her death.