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Today, at the age of 93, the Queen stands as the world’s oldest and longest-reigning living monarch, overtaking Queen Victoria in 2015. Her Majesty has presided over the throne for over 65 years, giving the Royal Family tree plenty of time to spread far and wide. The Queen has four children, Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward, who together have given her eight grandchildren.

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Her Majesty is said to be close to all of them, and according to Prince Harry she is a very normal “grandmother”.

In a 2012 interview with US journalist and TV personality Katie Couric, the Duke of Sussex said: “[She is] really, very, very normal.

“Very relaxed, but you know she also takes a huge interest in what we all do.

“She wants to know which charities we are supporting, how life is going in our jobs as such.”

ctp_video, queen elizabeth ii news, the queen, queen elizabeth, royal family, royal news, prince harry, prince william, meghan markle, prince harryThe Queen was disappointed that her grandchildren would get up and help royal servants (Image: GETTY)

was disappointed that her grandchildren would get up and help royal servantsThe Queen with William and Harry (Image: GETTY)

According to a 2016 report though, the Queen faced some difficulties with Harry, William, Eugenie, Beatrice, Zara, Peter Phillips, Lady Louis Windsor and James at some point in their lives.

During an interview with the Daily Express, the Queen’s cousin, Lady Elizabeth Anson, revealed that after having her

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