Lady Louise Windsor comes to the aid of Kate and Prince William

Considered as the favorite granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II, Lady Louise Windsor is becoming more and more important within the royal family. Dedicated, she takes advantage of her vacations at Balmoral to help Kate and William.

If she wishes, she could soon become a princess. In November, Lady Louise Windsor will turn 18 and will then have the right to choose if she wants to be titled as such. Whatever she decides, the daughter of Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex looks set to become increasingly important in the British royal family, according to experts. Very close to the late Prince Philip, especially because of their shared passion for horseback riding, she is considered the favorite granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II. Invited to Balmoral to spend the summer, Lady Louise will be able to spend time with Princess Charlotte, with whom she gets along perfectly. This is not without displeasing Kate and William.

This is what we learn from the Mirror. The royal family’s vacation at Balmoral each summer allows all members to spend time together. And bonds are strengthened. This is the case of Lady Louise Windsor and the daughter of the Cambridges. In particular, she helps the little one, 11 years younger than her, learn new skills by teaching her to take pictures of rabbits and deer. “Louise also endeared herself to everyone by looking after William and Kate’s children when they were here,” an insider told The Sun back in 2019. Enough to give the Cambridges time to rest.

A great day Lady Louise

Tuesday, August 10 was a big day for the daughter of Sophie Wessex. Indeed, the favorite granddaughter of Her Majesty received her A level results, short for Advanced Level. Each year, more than 175,000 students aged 16 to 19 take these AS Levels and A Levels in more than 125 countries before entering university. However, by decision of the Palace, her results should not be made public. As for whether she wants to continue on to university, her mother confided, “I won’t force her, but if she wants to. She’s smart enough.”

Photo credits: AGENCY / BESTIMAGE

RELATED ARTICLES

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisment -

Most Popular