Move over William & Kate there's new royals in town… from a muscle-bound PT to family’s ‘most beautiful’ member ever | The Sun

WITH the newly appointed Prince and Princess of Wales now expected to start shouldering more responsibility, a clutch of junior royals are emerging into the spotlight. 

From talented artist Samuel Chatto, the late Princess Margaret’s grandson, to Lady Louise Windsor – Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex’s horse-mad eldest daughter – these young royals are on the rise.

Here, royal expert Phil Dampier gives us the lowdown on this privileged posse’s potential and explains why they could provide valuable support to the more senior family members in years to come. 

Phil says: “People are fascinated by these young royals – we could be seeing a lot more about them in the future.” 


 THE granddaughter of the Duke of Kent, the late Queen’s cousin, Lady Amelia is 43rd in line to the throne. 

The stunning socialite, Prince William and Prince Harry’s third cousin, has been called “the most beautiful member of the Royal Family” and it’s easy to see why. 


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The 27-year-old model has posed for top brands including Dolce & Gabbana and recently graced the cover of society style bible Tatler.

But vegan Amelia is much more than just a pretty face. She attended Edinburgh University and, as a keen environmentalist, has more in common with our new monarch than most. 

The fashionista is a big believer in sustainable style and loves to show off her eco-friendly fashion finds to her 103,000 Instagram followers. 

Phil says: “I’m sure her environmental credentials would appeal to Charles. She’s clearly a glamorous and modern figure.” 

Also a keen art fan, she shares an apartment with her sister, Marina, in London’s boho Notting Hill. Last year, it was reported she had joined celeb dating app Raya following failed romances.

On her future, Phil adds: “Lady Amelia could take on any number of patronages within the fashion or entertainment world – she’d be a great fit.”

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Arthur Chatto is the Queen’s great-nephew,but gets more attention for his honed torso than his royal statusCredit: Instagram

 ARTHUR gets more attention for his muscular physique than his royal status and the young royal worked as a personal trainer while studying Geography at the University of Edinburgh. 

Last year Arthur, 23 – son of Princess Margaret’s daughter Lady Sarah Chatto and husband Daniel Chatto – joined the officer training course of the Royal Marines.

This made him the first royal to do so since Prince Edward dropped out back in 1987.

The Queen’s great-nephew has been dating Lizzie Friend since 2018 and is already following more senior royals by doing charity work.

In August 2020, he rowed around Britain with three pals, raising £21,500 for The British Red Cross and Just One Ocean.

Phil says: “He’s a real action man. He’s popular and outgoing and seems a genuine guy. He’s the pin-up of the young royals.”

When not pushing himself to the limit, Arthur, 30th in line to the throne, enjoys watching The Crown. He previously said: “I remember what they’re actually like and don’t let the TV persona mar my judgment of any of them.” 

Discussing what may lie ahead for Arthur, Phil adds: “Once his military career is behind him, we’ll surely see Arthur lending his support to a military charity.” 


LADY Louise, 18, is following in the footsteps of the Prince and Princess of Wales by studying at their old university, St Andrews in Scotland. 

Louise, 15th in line to the throne, was raised largely out of the spotlight and the Queen and Prince Philip were especially fond of her, thanks to their shared love of horses.

Royal sources say she also became a “favourite to William and Kate” after looking after their children and trying to get Charlotte to draw with her. 

Phil says: “She comes across as sweet, well-meaning and popular. She was born premature, with a squint that later had to be corrected, but has grown up into a good-looking girl.”

Unlike her cousins, Beatrice and Eugenie, Louise does not use the title of princess she was born with.

But she and brother James won praise as they stood vigil by the Queen’s coffin, with her six other grandchildren, in Westminster Hall. 

Phil adds: “Going forward, it would be great if Lady Louise got involved in animal charities, which would be a natural fit because of her love of horses.”


THE youngest of the late Queen’s grandchildren, James is 14th in line to the throne. 

The 14-year-old is Prince Edward, and Sophie, Countess of Wessex’s youngest child and his title, Viscount Severn, is a nod to his mum’s Welsh roots.

 Like his sister, Lady Louise, James doesn’t use an official royal title. 

Speaking to The Sunday Times in 2020, his mother said: “We try to bring them up with the understanding they are very likely to have to work for a living.

Hence we made the decision not to use HRH titles. They can decide to use them from 18, but it’s highly unlikely.”

James currently lives with his parents in Surrey, 11 miles from Windsor.

Phil says: “Edward and Sophie will have to play a much bigger role, so there could be an opening for their children.

People were impressed by James’s bravery when he stood vigil at his grandmother’s coffin. He could have a bright future.”


SAM is the eldest grandson of Princess Margaret, and 29th in line to the throne. 

The keen ceramicist, 26, parades his pots on Instagram, where his 101,000 followers can view him perched at his potter’s wheel.

The talented toff clearly takes after his artist mother Lady Sarah, and father Daniel, a keen painter.

Sam, who went to Eton College then Edinburgh University to study History of Art, tried working in the commercial art market but says he was “uninspired”.

Despite being great mates, Sam and his brother Arthur are poles apart in terms of hobbies. “Sam is more artistic, whereas Arthur loves sport,” says Phil. 

Sam describes himself as a “British artist and maker” and works at his studio in West Sussex. And he’s also a trained yoga teacher, having caught the bug off long-term girlfriend, vegan blogger Sophie Pipe. Sadly, the couple split up last year. 

Looking ahead, Phil adds: “With his obvious interest in art, Samuel would be a natural working with any of the hundreds of arts charities out there.” 


HE has been dubbed “the bad boy of the Royal Family” by society mag Tatler and, if his Instagram account is anything to go by, Cassius has a lot of fun.

The minor royal, 45th in line to the throne, and grandson of the Duke of Kent – the Queen’s first cousin – enjoys music festivals and exotic holidays.

Phil says: “He’s one of the most low-profile minor royals – a party animal who manages to do it discreetly.”

Cassius, 25, went to £35,000-a-year Wellington College before studying for an arts management degree at Goldsmiths in London – convenient, as his parents Lady Helen and Timothy Taylor are art dealers.

After working at his dad’s gallery, he now co-runs events company Telltale.

On LinkedIn, he says: “Having spent numerous hours at events, observing the progression of music, I have fine-tuned my taste to reflect what I believe people want to hear.” 

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Phil adds: “I could see Cassius taking on a role in the arts related to the world of music or music festivals.” 

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