Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex

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Prince Harry
Prince Harry at the 2017 Invictus Games opening ceremony.jpg
Prince Harry at the 2017 Invictus Games in Canada
Born (1984-09-15) 15 September 1984 (age 33)
St Mary's Hospital, London
Spouse Meghan Markle (m. 2018)
Full name
Henry Charles Albert David[fn 1]
House House of Windsor
Father Charles, Prince of Wales
Mother Diana, Princess of Wales
Religion Church of England

Prince Henry Charles Albert David of Wales (known as Prince Harry)[1] (born 15 September 1984) is the younger son of Charles, Prince of Wales and the late Diana, Princess of Wales. He is the younger brother of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge. Harry was a pupil at Eton College.

Prince Harry began dating Meghan Markle in June 2016. They became engaged in November 2017.[2] The couple married at Windsor Castle on 19th May 2018.[3]

Ancestors[change | change source]

Prince Harry's ancestors in three generations
Prince Harry of Wales Father:
Charles, Prince of Wales
Paternal Grandfather:
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
Paternal Great-grandfather:
Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark
Paternal Great-grandmother:
Princess Alice of Battenberg
Paternal Grandmother:
Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom
Paternal Great-grandfather:
George VI of the United Kingdom
Paternal Great-grandmother:
Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon
Diana, Princess of Wales
Maternal Grandfather:
John Spencer, 8th Earl Spencer
Maternal Great-grandfather:
Albert Spencer, 7th Earl Spencer,
Maternal Great-grandmother:
Cynthia Hamilton
Maternal Grandmother:
Frances Burke Roche
Maternal Great-grandfather:
Maurice Burke Roche, 4th Baron Fermoy
Maternal Great-grandmother:
Ruth Gill

References[change | change source]

  1. On the rare occasion when Prince Harry uses a surname, it is Mountbatten-Windsor. In his military career, Harry uses the surname Wales. According to letters patent of February 1960, his house and family name is Windsor.