Princess Anne marries Timothy Laurence, 1992

Princess Anne AND Tim Laurence WITH HIS MOTHER, Prince Philip, Peter Phillips, Zara Phillips AND Queen Elizabeth IIShutterstock

Queen Elizabeth II’s only daughter, Princess Anne, married Timothy Laurence (her second husband) in Scotland because the Church of Scotland allows remarriages for divorced people. Though Timothy has no official royal title, the Queen knighted him in 2011. Here 9 other things the Queen actually has the power to do.

Prince Charles marries Camilla Parker Bowles, 2005

Prince Harry, Prince William, Prince Charles, Camilla Duchess of Cornwall, Laura and Tom Parker Bowles, Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth II and Major Bruce Shand in the White Drawing Room at Windsor CastleShutterstock

The official portrait of Prince Charles and his second bride Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall on their wedding day. On the left: Charles’ children, Prince Harry and Prince William, and Charles’ parents, Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth II. On the right: Camilla’s children, Laura and Tom Parker Bowles, and her father, Major Bruce Shand.

Prince William marries Catherine Middleton, 2011

Official Portraits of the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton, London, Britain - 29 Apr 2011Hugo Burnand/Shutterstock

Prince William, the eldest son of Prince Charles and Princess Diana, married Kate Middleton, now the Duchess of Cambridge.