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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Little Lady Louise swaps her bridesmaid's dress for casuals as she enjoys all the fun of the country fair


On the right track: Lady Louise enjoyed the fairground's stalls and rides

Her grandmother the Queen reputedly never carries cash.

Lady Louise Windsor, however, proudly paid with her own at the funfair this weekend.

The seven-year-old delved into her tiny pink handbag to pull out 50p to play a game of hook-a-duck.

Behind the wheel: The young Royal enjoys a ride at the horse show

Lady Louise Windsor bares a striking resemblance to her grandmother, The Queen, when she was a little girl

Just chilling out: After all the excitement of the Royal Wedding, Lady Louise and her mother, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, enjoyed a more relaxed afternoon

Wearing a flowery blouse and flat cap, she enjoyed a day out at the Royal Windsor Horse Show with her parents, Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and three-year-old brother James, Viscount Severn. The couple have always fiercely protected their children’s privacy, particularly as Lady Louise has a rare eye condition which gives her a squint.

But on Saturday, they were happy for her to be seen smiling for the cameras as she zipped around the horse show on a scooter.

Their daughter is perhaps now more at ease with the attention after being a bridesmaid at the royal wedding. And last week, pictures were released of her on an Easter pony ride with the Queen.

Got it! Lady Louise carefully hooks a duck and was also seen at the show scooting about alongside mother, Sophie

Getting away from it all: The Earl and Countess of Wessex mingle with the crowds

source: dailymail


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