Princess Anne has fans in a frenzy with reaction to child quip ‘Out of mouths of babes’

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Princess Anne has impressed fans after her priceless reaction to a young child during an engagement with one of her patronages, Riding for the Disabled (RDA). Princess Anne met with a young boy named Ryder, who was sitting on one of the horses, and began chatting to the 71-year-old. After questioning if she was the Queen, he told her “You’re very beautiful…and very sexy!”, causing the Princess to laugh. 

The sweet moment was captured by the organisation and shared on social media with the caption: “There’s a beauty to working with children, they’ll come out with anything! This was an exchange between #HRH and one of our riders.”

Several royal fans commented on the post, with one saying: “Aw, he’s too cute. What a story he’ll have to tell for the rest of his life.”

“What a wonderful exchange,” says another. “Out of the mouths of babes….!”

Princess Anne has been a patron of the charity since 1971 and became its president in 1985. 

Established in 1959, the organisation provides therapy, fitness, and skills development for disabled adults and children through activities like carriage driving and horse driving.

To mark 50 years since taking on the patronage, the Princess arrived to open the Princess Royal Coaching Academy, which will “enable the RDA to improve learning opportunities for their coaches”.

The royal met with volunteeers of the charity and spoke to a number of people who had benefitted from the horse riding courses. 

For her visit, she wore a brown overcoat with a matching tweed skirt, boots, and a stylish scarf. 

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In an Instagram post on behalf of the Princess, she is described as “a keen supporter of the charity that provides riding and carriage driving opportunities for over 25,000 children and adults”.

The Royal Family’s Twitter page also shared a number of photographs of her long-standing association with the RDA. 

In recent weeks, Princess Anne has maintained a busy schedule and in recent days, has visited a Food Works store in Somerset and the new University Centre Weston which caters to people with additional learning needs. 

Due to the Queen’s recent ill health, she has also committed to overseeing a number of investitures.

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Last Wednesday, the Princess held an Investiture at Windsor Castle where recipients included BAFTA-winning presenter Steve Backshall and wildlife artist David Shepherd. 

Earlier in the week, she had travelled to Northern Ireland and spent time at the Siege Museum in Derry-Londonderry, and participated in COP26 virtually. 

The Queen had originally been due to travel to Northern Ireland to spend two days there to mark the centenary of its establishment but was forced to cancel after receiving medical advice to rest. 

The 95-year-old is currently resting at Windsor but has made clear her “firm intention” to return to royal duties for the Remembrance Sunday service on November 14. 

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