Elizabeth II gives Lady Louise Windsor quite a pass

As a granddaughter of Elizabeth II, Lady Louise Windsor enjoys certain privileges. The sovereign would have recently allowed her to have access to a real treasure.

Like every summer, Elizabeth II puts her luggage in the castle of Balmoral for the vacations. During the season, the sovereign sees the members of her family, including Lady Louise Windsor. Passionate about drawing, the daughter of Prince Edward and Sophie of Wessex had access to a real treasure thanks to her grandmother. Indeed, the Daily Mirror reveals this Friday, August 20, that the queen has allowed him to approach a special collection of rare works of art “because of his obvious artistic talent,” said a source close to Buckingham Palace.

According to the same source, it would be part of the collection of sketches of the Highlands of Queen Victoria, “which are kept at Balmoral but are rarely taken out nowadays. Enough to feed the passion of Lady Louise Windsor, who does not hesitate to share her expertise with other members of the royal family in Scotland, including Princess Charlotte, whom she took care of for Prince William and Kate Middleton. Within the Windsor clan, it is rumored that Prince Edward’s daughter is the Queen’s favorite granddaughter.

Lady Louise Windsor, soon a princess?

Lady Louise Windsor has gradually made a place for herself in the royal family. The 17-year-old granddaughter of the Queen received her A-level results on August 10. Interested in English, history, politics and drama, which she has studied, the young woman is expected to continue her education. “She works hard and will study. I hope she goes to college. I will not force her, but if she wants she can,” Sophie de Wessex told the Sunday Times. In the meantime, she will have to decide on November 8, for her 18th birthday, if she wants to become a princess or not.

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