Queen Elizabeth has 8 grandchildren, some of which almost never appear in the media. Reporters are most interested in the lives of Prince Harry and Prince William, but their relatives are ignored in the tabloids.
Mrs. Louise Windsor, the daughter of Prince Edward, who has long been considered Queen Elizabeth’s favorite grandson, has never been the focus of media attention. Mrs. Louise Windsor’s grandfather, Philip, left a horse and carriage in his will. She was one of the 30 closest people invited to the royal funeral.
Mrs. Louise Windsor does not have the title of princess. Although she is the queen’s granddaughter, she belongs to her at birth. Her parents Prince Edward and Countess Sophie refused to name their daughter. Louise was born in 2003 and was born prematurely, which caused her health problems and several surgeries.
According to reports, she cares very much about her grandmother and the whole family, and when the children of Kate Middleton and Prince William are on vacation with the Queen, they are happy to take care of them.
The queen also admired her mother Sophie, the Countess of Wessex. Prince Edward is the queen’s only child who has not divorced. The prince and the countess have been married for 21 years.