LADY Louise Windsor has paid tribute to her grandfather Prince Philip’s legacy by taking part in their shared passion of carriage-driving on the anniversary of his death.
The Queen’s granddaughter expertly led her horse through the course in Windsor as mum Sophie Wessex proudly watched on.
Louise, 18, shared her love for carriage driving with the Duke of Edinburgh, who is credited with popularising it in Britain.
Prince Philip took pride in the fact he had personally taught his granddaughter the sport and the pair were often spotted in Windsor Great Park together.
And the teenage royal looked perfectly at home on the carriage, following a successful day’s practice this weekend.
She wore a white shirt, tie, navy jumper and red jacket that she removed as the day went on.
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The Duke of Edinburgh, who died on April 9, 2021, spent much of his free time carriage-driving after being forced to give up other hobbies like polo later in life.