Queen's granddaughter makes Royal Windsor driving debut
|Queen's granddaughter makes Royal Windsor driving debut - 19th May 2017|
Queen's granddaughter makes Royal Windsor driving debut|
The Queen's youngest granddaughter has followed in her grandfather's footsteps to make her Royal Windsor carriage driving debut.
Lady Louise Mountbatten Windsor, 13, led the Champagne Laurent-Perrier meet of the British Driving Society on Sunday (14 May).
She was driving the homebred Fell pony Balmoral Phantom, the grandson of the Queen's trusted mount Carltonlima Emma.
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Article written by: Lucy Elder