Will Sophie Wessex share her daughter’s AS-Level results with Lady Louise Windsor?
Next week, LADY LOUISE WINDSOR will receive her AS-Level results. Will Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and Prince Edward, however, make public their daughter’s grades?
Lady Louise Windsor, 17, is one of thousands of youngsters across the United Kingdom who are waiting for her AS-Level results. Because of the epidemic, seated exams were substituted by teacher assessments this year, and grades will be announced on August 10.
In previous years, the Palace has periodically revealed the results of some of the young royals’ GCSE and A-Level exams.
Prince William received two A’s and a C in Geography, History of Art, and Biology at A-Level.
Prince Harry, on the other hand, received a B and a D in Art and Geography, respectively.
Louise’s GCSE results were kept confidential last summer, despite Sophie, Countess of Wessex, 56, having describing her as “smart.”
Louise is the 15th in line to the throne and is unlikely to become a working royal, allowing her more privacy than her older royal cousins.
She attends St Mary’s Ascot, a private girls’ school, and has done AS-Levels in English, History, Politics, and Drama.
Sophie has voiced her desire for Louise to attend university.
“I hope she goes to university,” the Countess told the Sunday Times Magazine last year.
“I wouldn’t force her, but if she wants to,” Louise says. Louise grew up outside the royal bubble, without the HRH style or princess title she was born with.
When she turns 18 in November, she will be able to choose whether or not to use them.
Sophie has previously expressed her concerns about Louise’s upcoming public appearance.
“I have to let her live her life,” the Countess told BBC Radio 5 earlier this year. It is not my responsibility to live. I can only provide her with the greatest possible equipment, and she must then make her own decisions.
“But I hope she will be allowed to be as quiet as she wants to be for at least the next few years.” The Wessex family is believed to be close to the Queen and is likely to have been among the first relatives to visit her in Scotland this summer.
Last month, the Queen visited Balmoral Castle in the Scottish Highlands, where she is anticipated to stay until autumn.
Louise is a resident of Bagshot Park. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”