he queen joined Countess of Wessex And Mrs. Louise Windsor participated in the Royal Windsor Horse Show for the fourth time this week.
Britain’s largest outdoor equestrian show lasts five days a year and involves international competitions in three equestrian disciplines.
The queen, known for her love of horses, was photographed grinning while sitting in her secluded place on the show floor.
She is wearing a green jacket, a green floral headband, brown shoes, and sunglasses.
Sophie married the queen’s youngest son Earl of Wessex Riding a horse and a carriage with her daughter, Mrs. Louise, participated in the activities of the day.
The countess, wearing a navy hat and jacket, cream coat and brown gloves, was beaming as she sat on the carriage.
Echoing the appearance in 2018, Mrs. Louise led her carriage with a green hat, green tweed jacket and white shirt.
It is believed that Mrs. Louise inherited her love of horse riding and carriage from her grandfather, the Duke. Edinburgh Who died in April.
It is believed that this four-wheeled carriage is made by Philip Earlier this year, this was included in his funeral procession.
This carriage is made of aluminum and steel. It was built to the Duke’s specifications eight years ago, drawing on his knowledge of driving in the International Equestrian Federation.
The duke is synonymous with carriage driving and has been designing vehicles since the 1970s.
The report stated that Mrs. Louise inherited the carriage after the death of the Duke, although Buckingham Palace has not confirmed this.