The Royal Windsor Horse Show took place this past weekend, and the Queen, the Wessexes, and Anne’s kids all turned up for the event.
On Sunday, May 14, Lady Louise Windsor, following in her grandfather’s carriage driving footsteps, took part in The Champagne Laurent-Perrier Meet of the British Driving Society. Lady Louise drove a recently restored carriage used by Queen Elizabeth II in 1943. The carriage was drawn by one of The Queen’s Fell Ponies.
Both Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex were there to watch their daughter drive. Sophie even took a photo.
Also on Sunday, this photo happened. Prince Philip stuck his fingers in his ears because of the noise of a canon.
On Saturday, May 13, while William, Kate, and Harry were hanging at BP, Edward, Sophie, Louise, and James, Viscount Severn were hanging at the RWHS and getting tarot readings.
They also spent some time with Peter Phillips and his family: Autumn, Savannah, and Isla.
The Queen was out driving because she still drives.
Also, QEII and the King of Bahrain presented the trophy to Abdel Said from Egypt who won the Kingdom Of Bahrain Stakes For The Kings Cup presents the Best Turned out Trooper award.
Prince Andrew and Princess Beatrice were also present on May 13.
Speaking of Beatrice, on May 13, she participated in the Lady Garden 5K & 10K Run in aid of Silent No More Gynaecological Cancer Fund in Hyde Park.