Top 100 in the Line of Succession to the British Throne

Name the first 100 people in the Line of Succession to the British Throne. As of October 2021. For those excluded who would've otherwise been included, try this quiz.
https://www.royal.uk/succession?page=7
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Succession_to_the_British_throne
https://www.britroyals.com/succession.asp
http://www.cracroftspeerage.co.uk/ordersuccession.htm
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Monarch
Queen Elizabeth II
1
Charles, Prince of Wales
2
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge
3
Prince George of Cambridge
4
Princess Charlotte of Cambridge
5
Prince Louis of Cambridge
6
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex
7
Archie Mountbatten-Windsor
8
Lilibet "Lili" Mountbatten-Windsor
9
Prince Andrew, Duke of York
10
Princess Beatrice, Mrs. Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi
11
Sienna Mapelli Mozzi
12
Princess Eugenie, Mrs. Jack Brooksbank
13
August Brooksbank
14
Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex
15
James, Viscount Severn
16
Lady Louise Windsor
17
Anne, Princess Royal
18
Peter Phillips
19
Savannah Phillips
20
Isla Phillips
21
Zara Tindall
22
Mia Tindall
23
Lena Tindall
24
Lucas Tindall
25
David Armstrong-Jones, 2nd Earl of Snowdon
26
Charles Armstrong-Jones, Viscount Linley
27
Lady Margarita Armstrong-Jones
28
Lady Sarah Chatto
29
Samuel Chatto
30
Arthur Chatto
31
Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester
32
Alexander Windsor, Earl of Ulster
33
Xan Windsor, Lord Culloden
34
Lady Cosima Windsor
35
Lady Davina Windsor
36
Senna Lewis
37
Tāne Lewis
38
Lady Rose Gilman
39
Lyla Gilman
40
Rufus Gilman
41
Prince Edward, Duke of Kent
42
George Windsor, Earl of St Andrews
43
Lady Amelia Windsor
44
Lady Helen Taylor
45
Columbus Taylor
46
Cassius Taylor
47
Eloise Taylor
48
Estella Taylor
49
Prince Michael of Kent
50
Lord Frederick Windsor
51
Maud Windsor
52
Isabella Windsor
53
Lady Gabriella Kingston
54
Princess Alexandra, The Honourable Lady Ogilvy
55
James Ogilvy
56
Alexander Ogilvy
57
Flora Vesterberg
58
Marina Ogilvy
59
Christian Mowatt
60
Zenouska Mowatt
61
David Lascelles, 8th Earl of Harewood
62
Alexander Lascelles, Viscount Lascelles
63
Ivy Lascelles
64
The Honourable Edward Lascelles
65
Sebastian Lascelles
66
The Honourable James Lascelles
67
Rowan Lascelles
68
Tewa Lascelles
69
Fran Lascelles
70
Sophie Lascelles
71
The Honourable Robert "Jeremy" Lascelles
72
Thomas Lascelles
73
Cleo Lascelles
74
Celeste Lascelles
75
Ellen Lascelles
76
Amy Lascelles
77
Tallulah Lascelles
78
Henry Lascelles
79
Maximilian Lascelles
80
David Carnegie, 4th Duke of Fife
81
Charles Carnegie, Earl of Southesk
82
Lord George Carnegie
83
Lord Hugh Carnegie
84
Lady Alexandra Etherington
85
Amelia Etherington
86
King Harald V of Norway
87
Haakon, Crown Prince of Norway
88
Prince Sverre Magnus of Norway
89
Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway
90
Princess Märtha Louise of Norway
91
Maud Angelica Behn
92
Leah Isadora Behn
93
Emma Tallulah Behn
94
Haakon Lorentzen
95
Olav Lorentzen
96
Christian Lorentzen
97
Sophia Lorentzen
98
Ingeborg Ribeiro
99
Victoria Ribeiro Falcão
100
Frederik Falcão
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Level 61
Mar 12, 2022
I wonder why Ingrid Alexandra is after Sverre Magnus in the British line of Succesion. She is third in line before Sverre Magnus in the Norwegian Royal family. Since Princess Charlotte is before her younger brother, it seems logical that Princess Ingrid would be before her own younger brother.
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Level 60
Mar 12, 2022
I believe that would have to do with when absolute primogeniture was adopted in the United Kingdom, where anyone born before such time was allowed to keep their placing in the line of succession.

I don’t actually know that to be the reason, it’s just a guess.

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Level 64
Mar 14, 2022
You're correct. The Perth agreement was made in 2011, and it doesn't affect those born beforehand (otherwise Princess Anne and her children and grandchildren would move before Andrew and Edward etc)

I believe Princess Charlotte was the first to be affected by this

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perth_Agreement

+2
Level 65
Jun 24, 2022
It seems a dangerous game to me for changes to be made to royal customs. They get all their legitimacy from their ancient roots and history; every change reduces the strength of that connection. A modernized royalty would be self-defeating - it would lose its reason to exist. Better to embrace their character as retrograde relics, lean into it, and they can be charming, aloof, ultimately inoffensive - and much more secure in their existence.
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Level 85
Jun 29, 2022
Yes, male primogeniture should definitely be reinstated.