Princess Charlotte is “following in the Queen’s footsteps” by taking up her favorite hobby

Last year it was reported that Princess Charlotte, along with her brothers Prince George and Prince Louis, are becoming keen horse riders after honing their skills at their Norfolk home

Video is loading

Video not available

Princess Charlotte has an adorable reaction to seeing herself on screen

It is well known that the Queen loved horseback riding from a young age.

Until recently, she still went horseback riding regularly – and enjoyed spending time with her horses in the fresh air.

And it now appears that her great-granddaughter Princess Charlotte is following in her footsteps by reportedly also taking up the hobby alongside her brothers Prince George and Prince Louis.

The three are said to have become “zealous riders” and are all trotting around on their very first ponies.

They are believed to have started honing their driving skills at their Norfolk home, Amner Hall, during lockdown last year.

Princess Charlotte pictured earlier this week


(Getty Images)

The Queen is known for her love of horses



Father Prince William is said to have been “thrilled” for his children to take up the hobby after learning to ride a horse as a child.

The Queen has been known for her love of horses since she first took a horseback riding lesson at the age of three.

She had previously selected eight special horses that she and her family have enjoyed riding and watching, as well as five of the most memorable racehorses of all time that she has bred and owned.

The Queen rides one of her ponies in May 2020


POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

do you love the royals Sign up for Mirror’s daily newsletter for the latest news on the Queen, Charles, Kate, Wills, Meghan, Harry and the rest of The Firm. Click here to login .

Her choices included tributes to her late father George VI with an aureole she inherited from the King and the moment her daughter Princess Anne won the European Eventing Championships on Doublet – a horse bred by Her Majesty.

The Head of State also chose the racehorse Estimate, which triumphed in the Ascot Gold Cup, making her the first monarch to win the trophy.

In October last year it was reported that the Queen was ordered to give up horseback riding for at least six months after falling ill.

A royal source said at the time: “The Queen is sad not to be able to get on her horse, which is one of her favorite pastimes, but she is resting and taking all precautions to regain full fitness.

“However, she is very determined to get back riding as soon as possible and in no way does she feel that her riding days are behind her.”

It is unclear if she has ridden since.

Continue reading

Continue reading Princess Charlotte is "following in the Queen's footsteps" by taking up her favorite hobby

Fry Electronics Team

Fry is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Related Articles

Back to top button