Sophie Wessex: Expert discusses Lady Louise's esotropia
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Louise, who shared a close bond with great-grandfather Philip, has “endeared herself” to the wider family. She looks after Kate Middleton and Prince William’s children on occasion, including during stays at Balmoral in Scotland, where the Queen is currently.
The 17-year-old would even share her talents and teach them to draw, according to a royal insider.
“The Queen loves the fact that Louise and James relish their time at Balmoral, and she has become particularly close to Louise, who seems to have become her favourite grandchild, closely followed by James,” the insider told the Sun in 2019.
“Louise also endeared herself to everyone by looking after William and Kate’s children when they were up here.
“Louise loves drawing and sketching and was very patiently trying to get Charlotte to do pictures of rabbits and deer.
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“Because of her obvious artistic skill, the Queen allowed Louise to look through some of the collection of Queen Victoria’s Highlands sketches which are kept at Balmoral but are rarely dug out these days.”
The Queen officially moved into Balmoral Castle on Monday after travelling to Scotland last month.
Balmoral welcomed the monarch for her annual summer holiday with a ceremony outside the Castle.
This is the Queen’s first summer holiday without her husband, Prince Philip, who tragically died in April.
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While the Queen, 95, arrived at the castle alone, she is expected to welcome many guests during her stay.
Prince Andrew and Princess Eugenie have already joined the Queen for their summer retreat.
Last year, the Wessexes were the first to visit the Queen at Balmoral.
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