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Lady Louise Windsor has swapped her bridesmaid's dress for her casuals as she has a fun time at a country fair.

The Queen's granddaughter, 7, who is ninth in line to the Throne and was one of the bridesmaids at her cousin Prince William's wedding to Catherine Middleton, wore a floral shirt and tweed flatcap to enjoy a taste of the country at the Royal Windsor Horse Show in Berkshire.

Lady Louise was at the show with her parents, Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and her younger brother James, Viscount Severn, 3, who is eighth in line to the Throne.

Meanwhile, the Duke of Edinburgh, who turns 90 next month, judged a carriage driving event while his wife the Queen was on hand to present prizes!

Little Lady Louise swaps her bridesmaid's dress for casuals as she enjoys all the fun of the country fair

By Daily Mail Reporter
15th May 2011

Having carried out her duties as a bridesmaid at the Royal Wedding just two weeks ago, there's no doubt that one little girl deserved a change of pace.

And for Lady Louise Windsor, that meant swapping satin and tuille for a floral shirt and tweed flatcap to enjoy a taste of the country at the Royal Windsor Horse Show.


A different kind of train: Lady Louise, who has a slim chance of one day becoming Queen, enjoys a fairground ride at the show

The Queen's granddaughter, seven, tried her luck at Hook-A-Duck and other stalls before taking a spin on one of the fairground's rides.


Just chilling out: After all the excitement of the Royal Wedding, Lady Louise and her mother, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, enjoyed a more relaxed afternoon


On the right track: Lady Louise enjoyed the fairground's stalls and rides

Lady Louise, who won the hearts of millions when she accompanied Kate Middleton down the aisle of Westminster Abbey, was at the show with her parents, Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and her younger brother, James.


Getting away from it all: The Earl and Countess of Wessex mingle with the crowds

The Duke of Edinburgh was also in his element, mingling with thousands of horse enthusiasts at the annual show. Prince Philip - who celebrates his 90th birthday next month - judged a carriage driving event while the Queen was on hand to present prizes.


The time of his life: There's nothing Prince Philip enjoys more than taking the reins of a carriage

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