Princess Louise had six older siblings who lived to adulthood. Of these, Louise lived only with the two youngest, Prince William and Princess Mary and their parents in Leicester House. They constituted the 'younger set', born in London, in contrast to the 'older set', born in Hanover, whom King George I had cruelly separated from their parents in 1717. 
A Royal Warrant of Precedence is a warrant issued by the monarch of the United Kingdom to determine precedence amongst individuals or organisations.. Most warrants of this type are issued to grant a rank to a member of the nobility or gentry that they would normally have enjoyed when their relative (usually their sibling) inherits a title, but failed to assume automatically due to such ...
斯諾登伯爵夫人瑪格麗特公主（英語： Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon ，1930年8月21日－2002年2月9日），是喬治六世和伊莉莎白王后所生的小女兒，為英女王伊莉莎白二世的妹妹。瑪格麗特公主曾經外訪多地，包括於1965年訪問美国和1966年訪問英屬香港。
Married 1863, Princess Alexandra of Denmark (1844–1925); 3 sons (including King George V of the United Kingdom), 3 daughters (including Queen Maud of Norway) Princess Alice: 25 April 1843 14 December 1878 Married 1862, Louis IV, Grand Duke of Hesse and by Rhine (1837–1892); 2 sons, 5 daughters (including Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia)
Princess Arthur of Connaught, Duchess of Fife 17 May 1891 26 February 1959 (aged 67) 1 3 Alastair Windsor, 2nd Duke of Connaught and Strathearn 9 August 1914 26 April 1943 (aged 28) none 2 Princess Maud, Countess of Southesk 3 April 1893 14 December 1945 (aged 52) 1 3
Princess Alexandra 2nd Duchess of Fife (1891–1959) Princess Maud Countess of Southesk (1893–1945) Charles Carnegie Earl of Southesk (1893–1992) Prince Alastair Arthur Duke of Connaught and Strathearn (1914–1943) James Carnegie 3rd Duke of Fife Earl of Southesk (1929–2015) David Carnegie 4th Duke of Fife (b. 1961) Charles Carnegie Earl ...
At birth, she was given the style and title Her Royal Highness Princess Caroline Matilda, as daughter of the Prince of Wales, though by the time of her birth that title had passed to her brother George (who became King George III in 1760).