How Many Children Does the Queen Have?

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Her majesty Queen Elizabeth II has four children. They include Charles Philip Arthur George, Anne Elizabeth Louise, Andrew Albert Christian Edward and Edward Antony Richard Louis. Queen Elizabeth is the constitutional monarch of sixteen sovereign states known as the Commonwealth realms.
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Her majesty the queen has 4 childrenand 8 grandchildren.
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