All the fun of the fair with her family for excited Lady Louise


For a long time the Queen's youngest granddaughter Lady Louise Windsor was kept out of the limelight by her protective parents, Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex.

But following her delightful appearance as one of the bridesmaids at the royal wedding her mother and father have relaxed their attitude.



Louise, seven - who has a rare eye condition which means she has a squint - was having a thrilling time at the Royal Windsor Horse Show, where she zipped along on a scooter.

She enjoyed the fun along with her parents, doting grandparents, and her little brother James, Viscount Severn, three.


For her go on a hoop-a-duck game Louise paid proudly paid herself with a 50p that came out of her little pink bag.

The little girl is the apple of her grandmother's eye as was seen in recent adorable pictures released of the Queen giving her and James a riding lesson.

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