The royal line of succession has been shaken up and moved around — but where do members of the British royal family stand when it comes to their place in line to the throne?
Queen Elizabeth II had been head of the Commonwealth since 1952 when she died in September 2022 at the age of 96, making her the longest-reigning British monarch in history. She and the late Prince Philip‘s eldest son, King Charles III, was officially anointed king at his coronation ceremony in May 2023.
Prince William follows close behind Charles as next in line for the throne. Though it would seem Prince Harry would be after his older brother, he was bumped back following the birth of William and Princess Kate Middleton‘s children.
When Kate and William welcomed their first child, Prince George, in July 2013, the little one took the spot above his uncle. The Cambridges later welcomed Princess Charlotte in May 2015 and Prince Louis in April 2018, who then entered spots three and four, respectively.
Harry, who is currently fifth in line, is followed by his children, Archie and Lilibet, whom he shares with Meghan Markle.
Scroll down to see where each royal stands in line for the throne.