Maggie Smith’s grandchildren: Everything to know about her 5 grandchildren

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Do you know him as Professor Minerva McGonagall? Harry PotterFrom Violet Crowley Downton AbbeyOr any other character from his eight decades of acting, it’s no secret Dame Maggie Smith A skilled and respected actress. The 87-year-old Londoner also has a rich personal life, as she is the mother of two children, who was with her first husband, English actor Sir Robert Stephens. Them Two sons, Chris Larkin and Toby Stephens, Have built lives like their award-winning moms, such as making film careers for themselves and having families. To this day, Maggie has five grandchildren through her sons. Find out what they have to say about them below.

Daisy and Nathaniel

Chris, Maggie’s eldest son, born in 1967, has two children with his wife: Daisy and Nathaniel. Daisy was born in 2006, the year after Chris and wife Suki Stephens tied the knot. Because Chris is out of the spotlight, there is very little information online about his family. However, from his minimal presence on Instagram, it is known that he and Nathaniel enjoy watching football and routes for the Cuttackbank Athletic Club in Bilbao, Spain.

Eli, Tallulah and Qura Eli, son of Toby Stephens' wife Anna-Lewis PlomanEli Stephens (left), Toby Stephens (center), and Anna-Lewis Plowman (right) pose together at the 2019 A Day in the Death of Joe Egg party (Photo: Dan Uler / Shutterstock)

Toby, 53, a New Zealand actress, has three children with wife Anna-Lewis Plumman. They share a son, Eli,

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