The six-year-old daughter of Prince William and Kate Middleton would be “crazy about a pony,” according to Majesty magazine editor Ingrid Seward.
The fourth in line to the throne is said to have started riding at 18 months old and follows in the footsteps of Her Majesty, 95, whose passion for horses spans 90 years after being given her first pony by her aged grandfather. four years.
“While Prince Philip loved babies, the Queen always preferred to be surrounded by slightly older children, especially when it comes to teaching them to sit on a horse,” Ingrid told the Fabulous magazine.
She added: “Princess Charlotte – who’s crazy about ponies – has always been a favorite. “
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The Duchess of Cambridge has previously revealed how ‘the Queen is really overjoyed’ when they announced their second child is a girl, with Kate adding: ‘I think she loves Charlotte a lot, always watching what she does. “
The Queen is typically seen at Royal Ascot each summer as her racehorses take part in the event.
Meanwhile, the Queen’s daughter, Princess Anne, showed interest in horse racing in the family by participating in numerous races when she was younger and by being the first member of the British Royal Family to participate in the Olympics.
Queen Elizabeth II has eight grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren and will soon have two more once Meghan Markle welcomes her daughter with Prince Harry and Princess Beatrice gives birth to her first child.
The 95-year-old monarch was previously pictured in a touching snap taken by the Duchess of Cambridge with seven of her great-grandchildren, who call her Gan-Gan, at Balmoral Castle in 2018 alongside her late husband, Prince Philip.
It comes after Prince William kindly revealed that his daughter, Princess Charlotte, is ‘growing up fast’.
The father of three admitted his enthusiastic daughter tells anyone who asks that she is 16, not six.
Speaking during an engagement at an engineering firm in the West Midlands yesterday, he said: “If you ask her she says she’s 16… Charlotte says: ‘I’m six now, I will do what I want “. grow very fast. ”
When asked if Charlotte was having a ‘nice birthday’ he replied, ‘She thanked you very much, yes.
“Unfortunately for her, obviously, last year there was no birthday party because of the lockdown, but this year [we had] another family, so that was it.
“So it wasn’t a party but we made it as fun as possible for her. “