Queen Elizabeth’s granddaughter, Lady Louise, daughter of Prince Edward and Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, has already taken possession of the inheritance left to her by her grandfather, Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who died at the age of 99.
The 18-year-old had a special connection with her grandfather as they shared a love for horses and equestrian sports, and it was precisely because of this passion that Philip’s granddaughter received her inheritance.
It is a carriage that belonged to the Duke and that Lady Luoise rode to participate in the ‘Royal Windsor Horse Show’, equestrian exhibitions that serve as a prelude to what will be the acts to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth who was seen at the event very smiling in his reappearance.
The carriage carried by an elegant Lady Louise was the last one used by the Queen’s husband before his death, on April 9, 2021. For this occasion her granddaughter wore a jacket in green, a shade also associated with the Duke, a top hat and a blanket over her knees.
Although Prince Edward’s daughter does not have a title of nobility by decision of her parents, the young woman is already 18 years old and could claim the title that by birth corresponds to her. In addition, after the resignation of Meghan, Harry and Prince Andrew and the death of the Duke, the young woman has been taking more prominence in royal events. She is expected to reappear at Jubilee-related events in the coming days.