The Queen’s granddaughter breaks arm in riding accident

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    The Queen’s granddaughter, Lady Louise Windsor, is recovering after breaking her arm out hacking.

    The accident happened while 10-year-old Lady Louise – daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Wessex – was riding at Windsor yesterday (11 April).

    A Buckingham Palace spokesman told H&H that Lady Louise broke her left arm when she fell from her pony. She was not riding with The Queen at the time.

    He said: “Lady Louise is being treated by doctors and is now resting at home.”

    Lady Louise – who was a bridesmaid at her cousin, Prince William’s wedding last year – has inherited her grandmother’s love of riding.

    She has had lessons at Windsor from an early age.

    Windsor Castle is a short drive from the Wessex’s family home at Bagshot Park, Surrey.

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