There is no getting away from the photogenic Lady Amelia Windsor with her thousands of social media followers.
But her father keeps a somewhat lower profile.
Yet as the future Duke of Kent, George Windsor, Earl of St Andrews, is very much a member of the Royal Family, son of the current Duke of Kent, who is the last surviving grandchild of George V.
Unlike his father, Prince Edward and uncle, Prince Michael, George has pursued his own professional life as a diplomat and, aside from appearances on the Buckingham Palace balcony, has largely been absent from the public eye.
George Windsor at Wimbledon in 2023 with his youngest daughter, Lady Amelia
George Windsor, 61, (pictured right and with Daniel Chatto) a philanthropist and former diplomat who is the eldest son of Prince Edward, Duke of Kent
George Philip Nicholas Windsor is styled the Earl of St Andrews, although this is one of his father’s own subsidiary titles. Pictured: The Duke and Duchess of Kent with their baby son, the Earl of St Andrews at their home Coppins in Iver, Buckinghamshire, in July 1962
At the time of his birth, George was tenth in the line of succession to the British throne. Here, Katharine, Duchess of Kent appears on the Buckingham Palace balcony with a group of royal children in June 1968. From left to right: George Windsor, Earl of St Andrews, Lady Sarah Chatto, Lady Helen Windsor and Prince Edward. Prince Charles stands in the background
His title as Earl of St Andrews actually belongs to his father, the duke, so he holds it by courtesy rather than in his own right.
George was born on June 26, 1962, at the Coppins, the Buckinghamshire family home to Prince Edward and his wife, Katherine, Duchess of Kent, who had married in 1961.
At the time of his birth, George was tenth in the line of succession to the British throne. Today, he is 42nd.
He was christened in the music room at Buckingham Palace on September 14, 1962.
The Earl wore the christening robe of Honiton lace worn by Queen Victoria’s children, as well as the earl’s late grandfather George and his father Edward. (Since 2008, a replica has been used).
His godparents were Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, his great aunt Princess Alexandra, Oliver Worsley, and Lady Lily Serena Lumley.
Guests included The Queen, the Queen Mother, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, and the Princess Royal.
He was educated at Eton College before moving on to Downing College, Cambridge, where he earned an MA degree in History.
He married divorcée Sylvana Palma Tomaselli, 66, a historian and lecturer at the University of Cambridge at a Leith Registry Office on January 9, 1988. Dr Tomaselli is a lecturer in the history of political thought.
While the Canadian-born academic is only a royal through her marriage, Sylvana belongs to the Austrian branch of the ancient Tomaselli family.
Together, the couple have three children: Lord Edward Downpatrick, 34, Lady Marina-Charlotte Windsor, 30, and Lady Amelia Windsor, 28.
Lady Amelia Windsor is the daughter of George, Earl of St Andrews and granddaughter of the Duke of Kent
He married divorcée Sylvana Palma Tomaselli, 66, in January 1988, and together, the couple have three children (pictured together on the Balcony of Buckingham Palace in 2002)
Pictured: George Windsor during the Badminton Horse Trials in Gloucestershire in April 1970
Pictured: Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Katharine, Duchess of Kent with their children George, Helen (Lady Helen Taylor) and baby Nicholas at home in London in September 1970
Because Lord St Andrews’ wife is a Roman Catholic, he was excluded from the line of succession to the British Throne because of the Act of Settlement 1701.
So, from his marriage until March 26, 2015, St Andrews was banned from succession to the throne as no person who is Catholic, or who marries one can stand in line to the throne.
After the Succession to the Crown Act 2013 came into effect, however, he was no longer barred and is currently 42nd in line.
George Windsor is the most senior individual to ever be restored to succession. However, his two eldest children remain barred as they are Catholics.
The Dukedom of Kent is not subject to the Act of Settlement or the Succession to the Crown Act 2013, so St Andrews’ heir, Lord Downpatrick, is in line to become the first Roman Catholic duke or earl of Kent since the Reformation.
The Earl of St Andrews (right) and Prince Andrew (left) attending Royal Ascot in June 2012
The Earl previously served in the Diplomatic Service in New York and Budapest. He later worked in the antiquarian book business for Christie’s auction house.
Like many other royals, the Earl does charity work. He is currently a trustee to the SOS Children’s Villages UK charity and a patron of the Association for International Cancer Research.
Back in 2012, George also became a trustee of the Next Charity Foundation, a charity that works throughout the Middle East. Additionally, he is a Trustee of the Global eHealth Foundation and Patron of the Welsh Sinfonia.
In March 2017, George Windsor became chancellor of the University of Bolton.