Queen Elizabeth Set to Have Her 7th Grandchild Soon

Much of the palace’s great news, England’s Queen Elizabeth is setting off a great start in 2018 as she is about to be a great-grandmother for the seventh time. The royal family is definitely growing just as much as any other family in the world.

It has come to the public’s attention that Queen Elizabeth is now about to become a great-grandmother for the seventh time, to her granddaughter, Zia. It can be recalled that Zia is the daughter of the Queen’s only daughter, Princess Anne.

Zia is a former equestrian champion and is married to Mike Tindall, a former rugby player of England.

Just recently, the couple had announced that they are expecting their second child very soon. Last year, the couple went through a phase when they lost a child.

Zia had suffered a miscarriage weeks after they have announced in November 2016 that they were expecting a baby. Now, the universe is in their favor for real this time.

Zia is due to give birth summer of 2018. Kate Middleton, the wife of Prince William, is due to give birth to her third baby in April 2018, a few weeks before Zia’s due date.

According to reports, if Zia is to give birth after the Duchess of Cambridge, the baby will be 19th in line to the throne and will be Queen Elizabeth’s seventh great-grandchild. 35-year-old Zia previously won a silver medal during the London 2012 Olympics and also won the Eventing World Championship back in 2006.

It looks like the Queen’s family is definitely made of successful beings just as they are expected to be, given their royal blood.

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[H/T: Daily Mail]