‘She’s a huge supporter!’ Lady Louise and her mother Sophie went to see their favorite show for her birthday.


‘She’s a huge supporter!’ Lady Louise and her mother Sophie went to see their favorite show for her birthday.

To celebrate her birthday, LADY LOUISE and her mother Sophie Wessex were spotted in the crowd of the royal’s favorite play.

In 2018, the two royals watched Strictly Come Dancing live and cheered on contenders such as Steps’ singer Faye Tozer and series champion Stacey Dooley. Lady Louise’s visit was part of her 15th birthday celebrations, according to Strictly host Tess Daly.

Since its start in 2004, Tess Daly has hosted the hit BBC One series. Strictly Come Dancing is now in its 19th season.

“It was fantastic to have them there,” Tess told Hello!, “we are really fortunate we have a few fans in the royal household… They [got a backstage tour]without a doubt.

“Lady Louise was celebrating her 15th birthday, and she expressed her delight at being able to attend the event.

“Both she and her mother are huge fans.”

“They loved all of the action from the front row and had a fantastic night,” the host continued. It was a pleasure to greet them.” JJ Chalmers, a participant on Strictly Come Dancing, received a special message from Prince Harry in 2020.

“I’m truly delighted you’re in this position now,” the Duke of Sussex added. You are not a dancer, but it demonstrates that you can achieve everything you set your mind to, which is incredible.” In time for her 18th birthday in November, Lady Louise Windsor is scheduled to make a life-changing decision on her future in the royal family.

It was decided when her parents, Prince Edward and Sophie, married in 1999 that their children would not use the titles of prince and princess.

The final decision on whether Louise will take the title of princess will be left to the soon-to-be 18-year-old after her birthday on November 8, according to The Telegraph.

Her parents, Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex, are said to have left Louise to make the decision.

Royal analyst Phil Dampier told the BBC that Louise may become the royal family’s “hidden weapon.”

“Because she’s the Queen’s granddaughter, Lady Louise can proclaim herself a princess when she becomes 18… and there’s a solid case for her doing so,” he said.

“She appears to be mature for her age, and she’s shaping out to be the kind of person the Queen can count on in the future.”

Lady Louise is a fictional character. “Brinkwire News Summary.”


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