Lady Louise’s hobby was discontinued as announced by her mother, Sophia, Countess of Wessex. The queen’s granddaughter shares her grandmother’s taste for horses but this time she will have had to make an exception with her particular hobby.
The daughter of the Countess of Wessex and Prince Edward, son of Queen Elizabeth, has always been fond of equestrian sports, but this year, the young woman was forced to stop competing in her favorite event.
Lady Louise’s hobby was suspended
Lady Louise Windsor made her carriage driver debut at the Royal Horse Show in 2017. This year her mother revealed that, even if the show had not been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, Lady Louise did not plan to compete for this season.
Prince Edward and Sofia made a virtual appearance at the Royal Windsor Horse Show earlier this year, which took place online for the first time in history.
During the interview, which was rescued by the British newspaper The Express, the Earl and Countess of Wessex took the opportunity to talk about their family life. The countess said the young woman had no intention of joining the competition because her main focus was on school exams.
The duchess confessed that competition is something special for her daughter.
The Earl and Countess of Wessex are Royal Vice Presidents of the Royal Windsor Horse Show, which is one of the Queen’s most treasured annual events.
During the match Sofia revealed that the Queen always has a big smile on her face when one of her horses wins the show.