Lady Louise Windsor: Prince Edward’s Daughter

February 13, 2011

Meet Lady Louise Windsor. She is the royal daughter of Prince Edward. Not only is that something to be proud of but she is super excited to be a bridesmaid in Miss Kate Middleton’s grand wedding. Find out more about this honor and see photos and a video right here!

Lady Louise Windsor

Prince William and Kate Middleton have chosen Lady Louise as their first bridesmaid. What an honor for this little princess. Be sure to check out pictures and videos below.

As a biography, Lady Louise Windsor was born Louise Alice Elizabeth Mary Mountbatten-Windsor at Frimley Park Hospital, Surrey on November 8, 2003 so her age is seven. Windsor was born with an eye disorder called exotropia, a disability that causes her eyes to cross. This condition can be corrected with surgery. Her parents are Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex and Sophie, Countess of Wessex. She is Queen Elizabeth II’s granddaughter and Prince William’s first cousin. Lady Louise is ninth in line of the British sovereignty.

With the royal wedding in full swing, this little lady is said to be “ecstatic” to be a part of the wedding party. Bless her heart. At just seven years old, you may wonder how her honorable parents feel about their daughter being subject to such a highly public event! It is understood that they are quite guarded when it comes to their little gem…and I guess they have every right to be. According to a source, this is what they had to say regarding the upcoming nuptials and Prince Edward’s daughter:

“Edward and Sophie have always been terribly protective of her, but she is now at school. They know she is going to have to get used to being in the limelight. And you couldn’t deny her this chance. It is the perfect age to be a bridesmaid.”

Prince William and Kate Middleton are said to wed on April 29th, 2011 at Westminster Abbey at 11 AM. It is said that the princess-to-be will arrive by car and leave happily-ever-after in a beautiful carriage for the reigning new Mr. and Mrs.

Lady Louise Windsor is one glorified little girl! You may leave your thoughts about the forthcoming family affair in the comment box. Also, be sure to check out pictures and a video clip below!

Lady Louise Windsor Photo 1
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Photos: Pool/Anwar Hussein Collection

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5 Responses to “Lady Louise Windsor: Prince Edward’s Daughter”

  1. 1
    Joan Says:

    Man, this kid must have it made. I just saw ‘The Duchess’ last night, and it got me thinking about the blood lines. Crazy stuff.

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    ERIN Says:

    It’s wonderful that the parents understand the importance of being the 1st bridesmaid at this wonderful event and are allowing Lady Louise to be a part of it. She did an excellent job and set a royal example. The fact that her eyes may need to have surgery for correction can be a wonderful opportunity for her to show other children with the same or similar conditions, as well as the parents of those children, it is nothing to be ashamed of at all. She is a beautiful little girl with a fantastic future ahead of her. I hope she is allowed to make the most of it. God bless her and those who love her!!

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    Sandy Says:

    Lady Louise is such a sweet little gem!

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    Margaret Says:

    What an adorable little girl! Noticed the resemblance to the Queen when she was little! I hope they don’t delay getting the needed surgery for this condition. My son needed this surgery but it is so important to have the chance for both eyes to work together properly. Wish them well!

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    Joanna Backman Says:

    Oh, the Countess of Wessex is my favorite current royal, although I have a great obsession with European royal history before 1900…..Sophie and I are both “older” moms, had trouble with our pregnancies, so I always felt a certain affinity towards her. I am so happy for her she and Edward were able to have such dear children. God bless them all…..our 19 yr old son, too, had to have surgery on one of his eyes, he’s great now, I know it will all work out for this dear little girl.