The British monarchy seems to endure no matter how many of the relatives end up in the media for all the wrong reasons.
The latest scandal concerns Queen Elizabeth's second son, Prince Andrew, who was consorting with deceased American billionaire Jeffrey Epstein a year after he had been put on a sex-offender registry.
To mark the beginning of a new decade, four Windsors recently posed for a portrait in the Throne Room of Buckingham Palace.
If things work out according to plan—and the British public doesn't toss the Royal Family out—they'll all one day be monarchs.
Prince Charles is next in line, followed by his son William and his grandson George.