The teenage daughter of Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, led a parade during the second day of the Royal Windsor Horse Show as the Queen proudly looked on. Lady Louise drove the carriage and horses of her beloved grandfather Prince Philip on the grounds of Windsor Castle.
Her Majesty sat in the stands next to her youngest son Edward, surely moved at the sight of Prince Philip’s beloved carriage.
The monarch surprised royal watchers as she arrived at the event on its second day.
The 96-year-old was driven from Windsor Castle in a Range Rover.
She remained in the front seat of the vehicle for some 45 minutes while watching a race and chatting with some of the guests.
The Queen was then driven away only to reappear in the main Castle Arena a few minutes later.
Wearing a headscarf, she made her way to her seat with the support of a light walking stick.
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