Ten B-list royals you’ll see more of in a moment – from Lady Louise to Sam Chatto

With growing concerns over the Queen’s health, will the younger, lesser-known royals step forward to ensure the job gets done? Here are ten relatives of the monarch she can count on…

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Prince Charles wants a ‘leaner’ monarchy – but who’s going to help him get the job done?

Although she managed to wave to the nation on the balcony and celebrate the platinum jubilee, concerns for the Queen’s health and mobility continue to grow.

In fact, the 96-year-old monarch pulled out of several anniversary engagements after finding the first day “very tiring”. Just yesterday it was reported that her son and heir to the throne, Prince Charles, will stand in for Her Majesty at this year’s Commonwealth Games.

But with a staggering 2,000 official engagements a year and ties to around 3,000 organizations – who will step in to get the job done when the Queen is unable? The Sussexes are out of the picture, Andrew has stepped down and Princess Anne (who attended 387 engagements last year) is in her 70s.

Despite Charles’ call for a slimmed-down monarchy when he becomes king, his faithful helpers William and Kate have their hands full with three children who will be in full-time education for the foreseeable future.

So who stays? Well, here are 13 B-list royals you may not have heard of, but many may be seeing soon…

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Zara Tindall has been tipped to take on royal duties and has a ‘good’ relationship with Prince Charles
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Princess Anne’s daughter Zara Tindall is already poised to take on a range of public duties in the future, according to royal author Brian Hoey, who says she has a “very good relationship” with her uncle Prince Charles.

Mr. Hoey told Express.co.uk : “She is very popular with Prince Charles and also with William and Harry, she is known to get along well with her cousins. If there’s a vacancy, if they need someone to fill in for things, she would be the right person.”

Zara’s husband Mike Tindall could also step into the limelight – as he recently attracted attention for hosting Prince Louis during the anniversary.

Body language expert Judy James says Kate Middleton has shown a “high level of trust” in Mike, while William “adores” him.

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You probably already know Princess Eugenie and Beatrice — thanks to their scandal-hit parents Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson. But is it time for the sisters to make their mark?

The Queen’s two grandchildren attended St Paul’s Platinum Jubilee Service alongside Zara Tindall despite the Queen’s absence and appear to be stepping up on their royal duties.

According to an expert, the sisters were “devastated” by their father’s scandal as they planned to step up their duties after Meghan and Harry left the royal family. But any expansion of her roles must now be put on hold after the Duke of York was stripped of his military titles and royal patronage, according to the former editor of The International Who’s Who book series.

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They’re still young, but the siblings are on the right track to being included in the royal circle
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Lady Louis, 18, and James, Viscount Severn, 14, were one of the few non-working royals allowed onto the balcony for the Queen’s Jubilee – perhaps showing just how likely they are to grow up to be there the functioning monarchy.

The siblings are the children of Edward, Earl of Wessex and Sophie, Countess of Wessex – and have already had some media experience. They do not bear the title Princess/Prince as their mother wanted them to “grow up understanding that they will very likely have to work for a living”.

But with all that has happened to the royal family in recent years, they could easily be secured a spot…

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Samuel and Arthur Chatto both have crown-worthy educations – but will they join the working royals?
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Samuel and Arthur Chatto are the Queen’s great-nephews and grandchildren of the late Princess Margaret. Until now, the siblings have stayed out of the limelight – both attended Eton before moving to the University of Edinburgh.

While Samuel spent his best life traveling around the world and even studying yoga in India, Arthur already immersed himself in royal work when he served as his grandmother’s page of honor from 2009 to 2015.

Perhaps the two dashing brothers are just what we need to modernize the royal family?

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The siblings are often spotted attending major royal events such as the annual Trooping the Color parade
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Lord Frederick Windsor, the only son of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, is a financial analyst married to British actress Sophie Winkleman. While not currently performing royal duties, they live at Kensington Palace and have represented the Queen on a handful of trips over the years. reports Yahoo!.

The Windsors may also accept royal patronage for charities and hope “the attitude of charitable giving” will be passed on to their children. As the Queen’s mobility is in doubt, Lord Frederick Windsor may be making further trips abroad for her this year.

Lady Gabriella Kingston is Frederick’s sister and is currently a freelance writer. Gabriella isn’t a working royal, so she doesn’t have to fulfill any official obligations. But she is sometimes spotted at big family events like the annual Trooping the Color parade.

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