The heirs of Prince William were seriously interested in horse riding.
The eldest children of Prince William and Kate Middleton chose one of the most aristocratic entertainment for themselves – horse riding. Prince George and Princess Charlotte took an interest in this sport, which caused indescribable joy to their father and his grandmother. It is known that the head of the royal family, Elizabeth II, was also fond of horse riding.
It clarifies that the heirs of Prince William have been honing their riding skills over the past year. Prince George, seven, has been taking lessons since he was four, and his five-year-old sister has always been fascinated by horses. When little Charlotte was only a year old, Kate Middleton admitted that she already sees a passion for horses in her daughter, as well as in their famous great-grandmother.
Note that Prince William himself has excellent riding skills. He was also taught from an early age to handle horses. Now he teaches his children this sport.
Recall that Queen Elizabeth II received her first pony as a gift for her fourth birthday. Her love for horses continued throughout her life. And at 94, she is still an avid rider and breeder. The Queen attends the Windsor Equestrian Show every year and watches the races with great excitement.
Queen Elizabeth II was last seen in the saddle in December 2020, when she went on a horseback ride to Windsor Castle with her head groom, Terry Pendry. Horseback riding was the royal family’s only entertainment during the self-isolation of Elizabeth II and her 99-year-old husband, Prince Philip.
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Author: Olga Chechevatova