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Queen Elizabeth, Princess Charlotte

Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images; HRH The Duchess of Cambridge

Princess Charlotte is 8-months-old and basically ready to rule the world—according to Tatler, that is.

The British glossy ranked Kate Middleton and Prince William's daughter No. 1 on The Tatler List (aka "the people who really matter"). According to these totally nonscientific rankings, little Charlotte is more influential than her mum, dad, brother Prince George and even her great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II!

Tatler ranked the Duchess of Cambridge No. 2 on their list, Prince William was No. 3, Prince George was No. 4 and the queen came in at No. 5 (whew). It's impressive that Charlotte outranked her entire family, yes, but she also was deemed more influential than Eddie Redmayne (No. 12), Prince Harry (No. 17—and no, that's not a typo), Keira Knightley (No. 24), Adele (No. 212) and multiple Delevingnes (Cara came in at No. 51).

The editorial board behind The Tatler List will "never reveal the specifics of how people are ranked," but they encourage readers to "exert your influence" via Facebook and Twitter. "We'll be watching," reads a caption for the list, "and every little cheer will be taken into account."

Kate and William are on social media, but something tells us Charlotte is a bit young to understand what it means for her name to be trending. We won't have any worries for her, though, when it's time to start nursery school: The pint-sized princess will be the most popular kid in class—and the country!