The death of Prince Philip on April 9, 2021 was a difficult ordeal to overcome for the royal family. One year later, on the anniversary of his death, Lady Louise paid tribute to her grandfather by driving at Windsor Castle.
This Saturday, April 9, 2022, the young Lady Louise Windsor paid tribute to her grandfather, Prince Philip, who died a year earlier. Fan of driving, the Duke of Edinburgh had participated in the development of this sport in Britain. He had even taught this discipline to his granddaughter. A passion that has been passed on very well! To celebrate the anniversary of the death of Prince Philip, the 18-year-old girl participated in a driving competition. This is a sport in which the driver, a person who practices the sport, guides his horse from a car to pass between numbered doors.
Louise Mountbatten-Windsor was found at Windsor Castle, accompanied by her mother, Sophie Rhys-Jones. Under the watchful eyes of the Countess of Wessex, the teenage royal steered her horse with skill and experience. These images obviously remind us of the complicity between Prince Philip and Lady Louise, especially at Windsor’s Grand Park, when they practiced this sport. Especially since the young woman keeps the culture of this sport alive. While Prince Philip competed at the age of 80 in three European championships and six world championships, Lady Louise finished sixth in the junior novice category of an event in Grantham on the weekend of April 2, 2022.
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