The death of Queen Elizabeth II in September 2022 has had a significant impact on the line of succession to the British throne. Her grandson, Prince Harry, is now fifth in line to the throne, behind his brother Prince William and his children with Catherine, Princess of Wales: Prince George (second), Princess Charlotte (third) and Prince Louis (fourth).
Prior to the Queen’s death, Prince Harry was sixth in line to the throne, following the birth of Prince Louis in April 2018. However, upon the Queen’s death, Harry was bumped up to fifth in line.
The Queen’s death has had a significant impact on the line of succession, with the Crown now passing to her eldest son, Prince Charles. As such, Prince Harry is now fifth in line to the throne, behind his brother and his children.
Prince Harry has always been a popular figure in the British Royal Family, and his new position in the line of succession has been met with much enthusiasm. He is known for his charitable work and his dedication to causes such as mental health and the environment, and his supporters believe that he would make a great king.
However, there is still a long way to go before Prince Harry is in line to take the throne. His brother, Prince William, is currently second in line, and his children are all younger than Harry. As such, it is likely that Harry will remain fifth in line for many years to come.
Nevertheless, the fact that Prince Harry is now fifth in line to the throne is a significant milestone for the British Royal Family. It marks a new era for the monarchy, and a potential new future for the British people.