The last few years have certainly been quite difficult for Elizabeth II. His Majesty’s great scandals, the maggots, the devastating interviews with Oprah Winfrey and the subsequent death of her husband Prince Philip all influenced His Majesty. And he was able to go through this ordeal thanks to his relatives, who tried to support him with all their might.
Last Sunday, at a horse show in Windsor, the Queen’s relatives again tried to show her their love and appreciation for what she had done for them. Elizabeth II’s granddaughter, Lady Lewis – the daughter of Prince Edward and his wife Sophie – led the horse procession, which was dedicated to Prince Philip.
The 18-year-old girl, like many of her relatives, has been fond of horse riding since childhood. And he had a special honor – to drive a car that once belonged to Prince Philip. Seeing the familiar car driven by her granddaughter, Elizabeth II could not hold back her tears. She looked like she was going to burst into tears.
However, driving was one of Prince Philip’s favorite pastimes. He has participated in car races not only in the UK but also abroad. He has even represented his country at the World and European Championships. Lady Lewis also had some impressive success in this field. It is believed that he inherited his love of cars from Prince Philip.
According to The Sunday Times, ten of his majestic grandchildren, including Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, are expected to ride in horse-drawn carriages for Sunday’s show.
The Sunday Times had previously reported that Lady Lewis would be seen driving a car and ponies donated by the late Duke of Edinburgh would be seen paying homage to her grandfather, who influenced her passion for the game.