Sophie Wessex looked fine this morning when she arrived with her husband, Prince Edward, and her daughter, Mrs. Louise, on the third day of the Royal Windsor Horse Show.

After the Queen attended the show on Friday, the Countess turned graceful when she and her family investigated driving obstacles-in her first public place since she missed the opening ceremony of Congress. bottom.

The two mothers, Sophie, chose to wear a smart, dark gray blazer. This blazer was paired with a long brown skirt and a white printed blouse for busy days.

The Countess, who recently returned from a trip to the Channel Islands to mark Queen Jubilee, wiped her hair down to a low ponytail for that occasion.

She chose neutral make-up and put sunglasses on her head in anticipation of warm weather.

Today is the third day of the Royal Windsor Equestrian Show, one of the Queen’s favorite events of the year.

Sophie Wessex looked fine this morning when she arrived with her husband, Prince Edward, and her daughter, Mrs. Louise, on the third day of the Royal Windsor Horse Show.

After the Queen attended the show on Friday, the Countess turned graceful when she and her family investigated driving obstacles-her first public place since she missed the opening ceremony of the Diet.

After the Queen attended the show on Friday, the Countess turned graceful when she and her family investigated driving obstacles-her first public place since she missed the opening ceremony of the Diet.

The two mothers, Sophie, chose to wear a smart, dark gray blazer. This blazer was paired with a long brown skirt and a white printed blouse for busy days.

The two mothers, Sophie, chose to wear a smart, dark gray blazer. This blazer was paired with a long brown skirt and a white printed blouse for busy days.

Sophie was accompanied by her 18-year-old daughter, Mrs. Louise, in a blue-patterned blouse and light trousers.

Sophie was accompanied by her 18-year-old daughter, Mrs. Louise, in a blue-patterned blouse and light trousers.

Her Majesty attended the festival herself on Friday, despite the ongoing mobility issues that missed the opening ceremony of Congress on Tuesday.

The 96-year-old screamed and cheered as she arrived at Range Rover, closed the windows and actively chatted with fellow festival attendees who hadn’t missed the event for the past 79 years.

Audiences at the Royal Windsor Horse Show were just as excited to see her at an event loved by her 73-year-old husband, Prince Phillip, who died last April at the age of 99.

Wessex was also present on Friday, and Sophie saw her daughter, Mrs. Louise, driving the Duke of Edinburgh’s carriage and leading the Fell Pony Society’s 100th Anniversary Parade to take pictures.

The Countess, who recently returned from a trip to the Channel Islands to mark Queen Jubilee, wiped her hair down to a low ponytail for that occasion.

The Countess, who recently returned from a trip to the Channel Islands to mark Queen Jubilee, wiped her hair down to a low ponytail for that occasion.

Sophie Wessex

Sophie Wessex

Sophie Wessex stands with her family after arriving at the Royal Windsor Equestrian Show on Saturday morning

Today is the third day of the Royal Windsor Equestrian Show, one of the Queen's favorite events of the year.

Today is the third day of the Royal Windsor Equestrian Show, one of the Queen’s favorite events of the year.

Prince Edward walks around the venue of the Royal Windsor Horse Show on Saturday and smiles

Prince Edward walks around the venue of the Royal Windsor Horse Show on Saturday and smiles

Saturday is the final day of the four-day Royal Windsor Horse Show in Berkshire each year.

Saturday is the final day of the four-day Royal Windsor Horse Show in Berkshire each year.

Earl of Wessex and her daughter Lady Louise Windsor at the Royal Windsor Horse Show on Saturday

Earl of Wessex and her daughter Lady Louise Windsor at the Royal Windsor Horse Show on Saturday

The family also attended the Royal Windsor Horse Show with the Queen on Friday.

The family also attended the Royal Windsor Horse Show with the Queen on Friday.

The weather warmed up later in the day and Sophie Wessex wore stylish sunglasses.

The weather warmed up later in the day and Sophie Wessex wore stylish sunglasses.

Louise lives in Bagshot Park, just a few miles from Windsor, with his parents Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex, his brother James, and Count Severn.

It is believed that the young royal family who participated in the complex inherited their interest in the carriage from Prince Edinburgh, who was instrumental in establishing the carriage as a sport in Britain.

And Louise continues to follow in his footsteps: earlier this month she competed in the British Indoor Carriage Championships.

Her Majesty attended the festival herself on Friday, despite the ongoing mobility issues that missed the opening ceremony of Congress on Tuesday.

Her Majesty attended the festival herself on Friday, despite the ongoing mobility issues that missed the opening ceremony of Congress on Tuesday.

Wessex was also present on Friday, and Sophie saw her daughter, Mrs. Louise, driving the Duke of Edinburgh's carriage and leading the Fell Pony Society's 100th Anniversary Parade to take pictures.

Wessex was also present on Friday, and Sophie saw her daughter, Mrs. Louise, driving the Duke of Edinburgh’s carriage and leading the Fell Pony Society’s 100th Anniversary Parade to take pictures.

Mrs. Louise is a picture of driving a carriage at the Royal Windsor Horse Show, which is said to be the Queen's favorite event.

Mrs. Louise is a picture of driving a carriage at the Royal Windsor Horse Show, which is said to be the Queen’s favorite event.

Rene Poensgen will compete in the Land Rover International Driving Competition at the Royal Windsor Equestrian Show

Rene Poensgen will compete in the Land Rover International Driving Competition at the Royal Windsor Equestrian Show

Participants will attend the International Driving Grand Prix Marathon Horse for In-Hand Class on the third day of the Royal Windsor Equestrian Show.

Participants will attend the International Driving Grand Prix Marathon Horse for In-Hand Class on the third day of the Royal Windsor Equestrian Show.

Participants will participate in the Mountain and Moore Land Ridden Open Reading Rain Class at the Royal Windsor Equestrian Show

Participants will participate in the Mountain and Moore Land Ridden Open Reading Rain Class at the Royal Windsor Equestrian Show

Carriage driving has been one of Prince Philip’s favorite pasts since the 1970s, where he competed for carriages near Norfolk and then represented Britain in several world and European championships.

In May 2017, Prince Phillip talked about how he started driving a carriage when he stopped playing Polo at the age of fifty.

He said:’I was looking around what I could do next, I didn’t know what was available. And suddenly I thought I had a horse and a carriage, so why not go?

“So I rented four horses from the stables in London, took them to Norfolk, practiced and thought-why?”

Participants will participate in the Mountain and Moore Land Ridden Open Reading Rain Class at the Royal Windsor Equestrian Show

Participants will participate in the Mountain and Moore Land Ridden Open Reading Rain Class at the Royal Windsor Equestrian Show

Hans Hois will compete in the Land Rover International Driving Competition at the Royal Windsor Horse Show

Hans Hois will compete in the Land Rover International Driving Competition at the Royal Windsor Horse Show

Competitors will participate in the Land Rover International Driving Competition at the Royal Windsor Horse Show

Competitors will participate in the Land Rover International Driving Competition at the Royal Windsor Horse Show

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