The tree of the British royal family is complicated. Over the years, you may have heard that Queen Elizabeth II was tied to everyone from her husband, Prince Philip, to Hollywood royalty, and that's true. In addition to the man with whom she is married, Her Majesty also has links with stars such as Johnny Depp, Michael Douglas, Angelina Jolie, Alec Baldwin and even Beyoncé.
Given this information, a logical question would be whether it has ties to other royal families around the world?
Because Queen Victoria's children have married royal families across Europe, Queen Elizabeth II is linked to a number of royalty in different countries. Here are some of the other kings and queens that the English monarch has to do with her relationship with her own husband.
King Harald V of Norway
Queen Elizabeth II and King Harald V of Norway are the first cousins.
The king is the closest relative of the one who is monarch and even has his place in the lineage of the British throne. However, with the birth of the great-grandchildren of the queen, he fell in the 60s.
Queen Sofia of Greece and Denmark, who was Queen of Spain before her husband abdicated her in favor of their son in 2014, is the third cousin of Queen Elizabeth II.
In addition, Sofía is cousin of Prince Charles, but also his fourth cousin of Queen Victoria and first cousin of Prince Philip.
Queen Margrethe II of Denmark
Queen Margrethe of Denmark and Queen Elizabeth are not only close friends, but they are also third cousins.
The two women often speak and Queen Margrethe visits Buckingham Palace whenever she can. Margrethe is the supreme authority of the Church of Denmark and Commander-in-Chief of the Danish Defense, as well as Lady of the Order of the Garter and Lady Grand Cross of the Victorian Royal Order.
King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden
Queen Elizabeth II is linked to King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden too, as they are third cousins.
King Carl XVI ascended the throne after the death of his grandfather, King Gustaf VI Adolf, in 1973. The king is a descendant of Queen Victoria along two lines and is also related to Prince Philip.
How Queen Elizabeth is related to her husband
Although the idea of marrying someone with whom you are bound makes most people upset today, it was a thing done for centuries and commonplace in the family Royal. Therefore, it should not be too surprising that Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip are related and related in more than one way.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are second cousins once revoked by King Christian IX of Denmark and also third cousins, as they are both direct descendants of Queen Victoria, their rear-back -grandmother.
Read more: How old was Elizabeth II when she became queen and how did her father die?
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