Lady Louise Windsor, 19, was taught to drive a carriage by her late grandfather, Prince Philip, and attended the Royal Windsor Horse Show today. The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh’s daughter looked gorgeous in her mum’s £75 hat and £7.99 scarf from Amazon.
Louise wore her mum Sophie’s Navy Blue Fedora with Black Leather Band and Game Bird Feather by Hayfield brand, which retails for a whopping £75.
Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh wore this hat on a July 2021 outing to the same event at the Royal Windsor Horse Show.
The description of this hat states: “You don’t need a feather pin to put feathers in your Hayfield England fedora!
“Our custom feather fedora hats feature a striking feather spray applied to the inside of the branded 100 percent leather band for a sleek and elegant look.”
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Louise paired her navy hat with her mother’s navy coat by Stella McCartney and looked incredibly chic for the occasion.
First worn by Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh in 2017, the ‘Vivienne’ coat has been a staple in Louise’s wardrobe since 2019.
The description reads: “Crafted from a midnight blue wool blend, this Vivienne coat features a slightly flared hemline for a supremely feminine aesthetic. It’s lined through the sleeves, allowing for seamless layering.”
Louise also had a purple flower attached to her Stella McCartney coat today, as is traditional.
On top of that, Louise wore another accessory during the carriage ride today – but this time it was only £7.99 on Amazon. Lady Louise also wore a “Horses Print Design Ladies Scarf” in the color mocha brown.
It was the perfect accessory to show off Louise’s love of horses, particularly driving a carriage.
On this occasion, Lady Louise was seen today with small silver earrings.
In a nod to Prince Philip, Louise also wore two brooches today, symbolizing her passion for carriage driving.
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One of these brooches was first worn by Lady Louise when she attended the funeral of the late Duke of Edinburgh in April 2021.
Louise later wore the piece at the funeral service for the late Duke of Edinburgh at Westminster Abbey in 2022.
The special piece of jewelery features a horse’s head, a horseshoe and a whip as a nod to the hobby she shared with her grandfather.
Lady Louise inherited her love of carriage driving from Prince Philip. Prince Philip’s passion for carriage driving was well known and he was often spotted with his ponies.
Lady Louise spoke about the shared passion between her and her grandfather in a BBC documentary called Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers.
She said: “The Duke of Edinburgh was so involved with my driving it was so nice, if a bit scary, because he sort of invented the sport.” To have learned from him firsthand is amazing.”
The former Duke of Edinburgh is credited with shaping the sport in the UK and continued to compete well into his 80s.
At the age of 91, the prince had a dark green carriage made to his specifications from aluminum and steel. It is believed to be the same vehicle Lady Louise was pictured driving in Windsor today.
Post source: Express
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