Lady Louise Windsor has made a number of public appearances lately, as she stepped out at the Royal Windsor Horse show alongside her mother the Countess of Wessex and grandmother the Queen.
The 17-year-old, who is a keen carriage driver like her late grandfather Prince Philip, was dressed in her best equestrian attire as she took part in the show on Sunday - and she also appeared alongside her parents on Saturday.
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In fact, royal fans couldn't help but notice Louise's elegant outfit, which featured a buttoned blazer (formerly believed to have been the Duke of Edinburgh's jacket), Zara wide leg trousers and a chic designer handbag from Chloe.
Lady Louise looked lovely in Zara and Chloe
The Chloe 'Marcie' mini bag costs £750 from the high-end boho brand at Net-A-Porter, and Lady Louise also carried it at Trooping The Colour back in 2018.
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Plenty of fans reacted to her outfit on social media, with one commenting on Instagram: "Love her look. Smart, elegant and polished," and another adding: "Omg I'm jealous of her mini bag!"
Chloe Marcie bag, £750, Net-A-Porter
One fan noted that it appears that Louise has had her braces removed, adding: "Lovely. Lady Louise is a beauty, looks like she got her braces off."
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Countess Sophie and Prince Edward also joined their daughter Louise on Friday, with both opting for classic looks. Sophie looked beautiful in skinny trousers, a pretty new blouse from Me+Em and her Hayfield England blue fedora hat, finishing her outfit with a pretty pair of citrine earrings.
With her parents the Earl and Countess of Wessex
Lady Louise had a close bond with Prince Philip, with the pair sharing their passion for carriage driving. The young royal sported a sweet brooch with both her outfits at the show this year, which appeared to be a replica of a horse harness.
No doubt it was a moving day as she drove Prince Philip's carriage once again on Sunday, as she took part in the Champagne Laurent-Perrier Meet of the British Driving Society.
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