New pictures of Lady Louise in Birmingham spark royal fan frenzy ‘Louise’s hair!’ | Royal | news

Her surprise performance stunned Wessexes fans, with a Twitter user named @sarahinroyal tweeting with multiple tongue-in-cheek emojis: “Louise’s hair.”

For this engagement, the 18-year-old tied her hair up in a half ponytail and let some of her locks fall to her shoulders.

In a separate tweet, the user also wrote, “Beautiful Lady Louise Windsor.”

Another royal fan named @loveforcambridg wrote: “Aw how nice their kids went with them too.”

For this rare public appearance, Louise wore a £985 gown by Peter Pilotto – who designed Princess Eugenie’s wedding dress.

Sophie previously wore this blue and pink dress to the Chelsea Flower Show in 2015.

While the Countess completed this outfit with a pair of nude colored heels, Louise wore a simple pair of white trainers, perfect for her young age.

While this is their children’s first appearance at the Games, Sophie and Edward have been very present at the tournament so far.

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This is because the Earl is the Vice Patron of the Commonwealth Games Federation.

Much like her 14-year-old brother, Louise is growing up out of the limelight, thanks in part to her parents’ decision not to give her a royal title.

Since November of last year, when she came of age, Louise has had the opportunity to choose for herself whether to adopt the HRH style and title of Princess that is her due as the sovereign’s granddaughter.

However, their mother Sophie does not expect her children to choose to become working members of the company.


In an interview with the Sunday Times in June two years ago, Sophie said she and Edward would give their children the freedom to choose their future paths.

She said: “We try to raise them with the understanding that they very likely have to work for a living.

“That’s why we made the decision not to use HRH titles.

“You have them and you can choose to use them over the age of 18, but I think that’s highly unlikely.”

Lady Louise and James are believed to be very close to the Queen, with a source previously claiming the monarch was particularly impressed by the teenagers’ love for Balmoral.

The young viscount reportedly loves fly fishing, a sport enjoyed by Prince Philip and the Queen Mother before him.

On the other hand, Louise is such a talented artist that she was granted by Her Majesty access to “some of Queen Victoria’s collection of sketches of the Highlands which are kept at Balmoral but are rarely excavated these days,” a source claimed.

Louise also became particularly close to the late Duke of Edinburgh through their shared passion for carriage driving.

In a BBC documentary entitled ‘Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers’, Lady Louise expressed how ‘amazing’ it was for her to learn from the experienced carriage driver.

She said: “The Duke of Edinburgh was so involved with my driving which was so nice if a bit scary because he pretty much invented the sport.”

She added: “After a competition he would always ask how it went. His eyes lit up because he’s just so excited when he talks about it.”

The teenager publicly drove Prince Philip’s last carriage when she took part in the special exhibit at the Royal Horse Show in Windsor in May called ‘A Gallop through History’.

During the event, Louise led a procession of the Queen’s favorite horses and carriages.

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