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  • Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge [r]: Wife of William, Duke of Cambridge; studied at the University of St Andrews, where she met her future husband, and subsequently worked as an accessories buyer before her marriage in April 2011 (born 1982). [e]

Other relatives

  • Charles, Prince of Wales [r]: Heir to the United Kingdom throne and eldest child of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh; father of Princes William and Harry. [e]
  • Diana, Princess of Wales [r]: 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. [e]
  • Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex [r]: 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'. [e]
  • Elizabeth II [r]: The present monarch and head of state of the United Kingdom since 1952 (born 1926). [e]
  • Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh [r]: (1921-2021) The husband of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom. [e]

Other related topics

  • Government of the United Kingdom [r]: Constitutional government where executive authority notionally lies with the monarch but is exercised in practice by her ministers, and is the collective name for these ministers. [e]
  • Monarchy [r]: A form of government in which a single person, or monarch, is the head of state. [e]