The Lineage of the Royal Princes of England

I am an avid genealogist and have been concentrating on the aristocratic families of Europe. Probably the most famous aristocratic family is the House of Mountbatten-Windsor, with Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at it's head. Someday Prince William will inherit the Kingdom. And now my question to all: Which ancestor can Prince William (or Prince Harry) find the most in their pedigree? How many times does that individual appear? If you are interested in the answer, stay tuned as this page develops!!!

 Prince William of Wales
 Born: June 21, 1982 in Paddington, London, England

 Prince Henry of Wales
 Born: September 15, 1984 in Paddington, London, England

Every week my e-mail is full of people asking for pictures of the princes. Well, by the popular demand of my guests.

Take me to the Princes Pictures and the Royal Photo Galleries

The most recent pictures that appear in the gallery were taken August 4, 1999. These pictures are found in galleries three, four and six. If anyone has any pictures to share for the galleries, please send them via e-mail.

Parents of the Royal Princes.

Father: Prince Charles of Wales
Born: November 14, 1948 in Buckingham Palace, London, England
Married: July 29, 1981 in Saint Paul's Cathedral, London, England

Go to Parents

Mother: Lady Diana of Spencer
Born: July 1, 1961 in Park House, Sandringham, Norfolk, England
Died: August 31, 1997 in Paris, France


Go to Parents

A Tribute To Diana in Pictures

If anyone has any pictures that are not found in the gallery, and would like to share, please e-mail me.

A Look At Various Royal Residences, Palaces, and Castles

A Look at the Crown Jewels

Gallery for Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Family

Gallery for Princess Anne, the Princess Royal and Family

Go to Index of People Listed

Jump Start Me to the Oldest (farthest back in time) Ancestor Listed Thus Far

Wow, that was interesting, show me another ancient line.

Wow, one more time!

Wow, royal dynasties still exist as we enter the third millennium. And yes, the British Princes have many Royal Cousins. So we shall work to feature each reigning royal house still in existence. Although these families share many ancestors with the British Princes, there are some that do not. Thus, there will be a distinction between the lineal ancestors of Princes William and Harry, with these additional aristocrats. You will notice the following difference. All of the British Princes ancestors shall have the blue background on the page. If they are not lineal ancestors, the page background shall be a tan color. Of course, these royal houses do not recieve the publicity given to the British aristocracy, but their pedigrees are just as impressive, and almost always soon tie in to the ancestors on this page. As we add this information for each reigning house, a link will be provided here to jump start those interested in that particular family.

View Ancestors by Generation

Important Clerics in the Princes' Ancestry

Special Thanks to Contributors Page

Check on the Status of This Work

How Charlemagne started this project!

Please feel free to e-mail me with comment, suggestions, or possible corrections to the information at the address below.

As this work contains hundreds of thousands of links, should you run across one that is not working, please let us know so that it can be corrected. Thank you very much.

Since January 15, 1997.
Now in my fifth year, I would like to thank the thousands who stopped during the first four years. Thank you as we work on year five.
Royal Lineage