Queen Elizabeth II
Queen Elizabeth II has served as a godmother to several people since she was young. Pictured: The Queen smiles as she arrives before the Opening of the Flanders' Fields Memorial Garden at Wellington Barracks on November 6, 2014 in London, England. Getty Images/Stefan Wermuth - WPA Pool

Queen Elizabeth II has 30 godchildren, according to a release from the Buckingham Palace years ago.

This figure didn’t increase possibly due to Her Majesty’s age, but Town & Country compiled a list of the Queen’s godchildren and shared information on where they are now.

The Queen’s first godchild was Guy Rupert Gerard Nevill. Nevill’s father, Lord Rupert Nevill, served as Prince Philip’s private secretary until 1982. Lady Nevill, the matriarch, is a childhood friend of the monarch. Nevill passed away in 1993 at the age of 47.

Alexander, Crown Prince of Yugoslavia, is another one of the Queen’s godchildren. At that time, she was still Princess Elizabeth. The Queen’s father, King George VI, was also one of Alexander’s godparents.

While she was still Princess ElizabetH, the royal was also named as one of Charles Strachey’s godparents. Strachey served as a page honor to the Queen in 1959 and 1962.

The 92-year-old monarch is also the godmother of Julian Hardinge, 4th Baron Hardinge of Penshurst. Hardinge succeeded his father as Baron Hardinge in 1997. He is also an avid chess player, and he once wrote a book called “Chess: A Guide for the Club Player,” which is still available on Amazon.

Elizabeth Lavinia King, the daughter of the Queen’s childhood friend Elizabeth Patricia White, is also one of her godchildren. Since the Queen grew up with White, the latter’s family oftentimes visited her in the palace.

The daughter of the Queen’s former Lady in Waiting, Jean Hambro, also became one of her godchildren. Hambro was appointed to that role at the young age of 22 when the Queen was still known as Princess Elizabeth. Hambro’s daughter, Rosemary, is the Queen’s godchild.

Her Majesty’s other godchildren are Sandra Elizabeth Zia Butter, Edward Philip Gerald Hay, the Honorable Michael-John Knatchbull, David Lascelles, 8th Earl of Harewood, Caroline Elizabeth Longman, Elizabeth Georgina Gail Villiers, Elizabeth Harriet Colville, Henry Alan Walter Richard Percy, 11th Duke of Northumberland, Victoria Ann Rhodes, Lady Virginia Elizabeth Fitzroy, Christopher Abel Smith, Princess Friederike of Hanover, George Herbert, 8th Earl of Carnarvon, Alice Dugdale, Fergus Leveson-Gower, 6th Earl of Granville, and more.