WLnée, Queen Elizabeth II’s youngest granddaughter, Lady Louise Windsor, is about to decide whether or not she wants to represent the princess’ royal title. Prince Edward and Sophia’s daughter, the Countess of Wessex, turned 18 on Monday, the eighth, an age that allows her to make this very important decision.
Until now, Lady Louise Windsor has been living a very secretive life, like the vast majority of the royal children, but she has gained fame in recent months due to the death of her grandfather, Prince Philip.
The young teen shared the same passion for driving (a way she competes) with her grandfather, and thus, was chosen to inherit the Duke of Edinburgh’s carriage and horses.
Prince Edward’s daughter was the first granddaughter to appear publicly mourning her grandfather’s death. This fact marked a turning point in his public appearance, which until now has been quite rare.
Lady Louise Alice Elizabeth Mary is the eldest daughter of Prince Edward and is therefore 16th in line to the British throne, behind her father and younger brother, 13-year-old Viscount Severn.
The young woman is currently studying at Ascot, loves to draw and wants to go to university. His future in the public sphere may involve the fight against climate change, which is one of the great reasons why he is.
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