Lady Louise Windsor’s birthday thanks to her favorite TV show Strictly Come Dancing
Lady Louise Windsor and her mother Sophie Wessex are said to be big fans of Strictly Come Dancing, and when Louise turned 15 she was visited on the hit BBC show.
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Every Saturday, millions of viewers tune in to watch celebrity dancers and their professional partners take part in a hit TV show Strictly come dance.
It appears that among them are several members of the royal family, including Mrs. Louise Windsor, who are big fans of the dance competition.
Mrs. Louise and her mother Sophie Wessex They were spotted on the Strictly ballroom during live shows in 2018, cheering for then contestants including Faye Tozer and Stacey Dooley.
According to Strictly host Tess Daly, Louise and Sophie’s trip to see the show was part of a special for Louise on her 15th birthday.
speak Hello!Tess explained, “It was great having them there, we are very fortunate to have such a few fans in the royal family… they did just that. [get a backstage tour].
“Mrs. Louise was celebrating her 15th birthday and said it was a pleasure to come and visit the show. She is a huge fan, she and her mother.
“They enjoyed all the excitement from first grade and had a great night. It was great to welcome them.”
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Now three years later, Louise is approaching another birthday – and this year will be a big year as she turns 18.
When her parents, Prince Edward and Sophie, married in 1999, Buckingham Palace announced that their children would not be classified as prince or princess.
Instead, Louise and her brother James, Viscount Severn, are called Earl’s Sons.
But when you turn 18, It is said that she will be able to make a decision Whether she will take the title of Princess and position herself as Her Royal Highness.
If she decides to take the new title, she will be named as Her Royal Highness Princess Louise.
Louise has only made a few public appearances but earlier this month She made her public speaking debut in a BBC documentary Honoring her late grandfather Prince Philip.
In it, she speaks fondly of her grandfather explaining how he inspired her to take up carriage driving and complete the Duke of Edinburgh’s award.
After that, many viewers were moved by Lady Louise’s comments about her grandfather and took it Twitter to praise her.
One fan wrote: “I easily thought the star of this show was Lady Louise. What a beautiful girl.”
While another said: “Mrs. Louise has great memories of her grandfather, it was a beautiful interview and you must miss him so much.”