Lady Louise Windsor could be “destined for a private life”, just like her cousins Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, a royal correspondent suggested.
Mr Palmer replied: “I think there’s a few things to say about her.
“I think she’s bringing a lot of applause on social media because of her, sort of, elegant look.”
He added: “I have been wrong about things before, I [could] be wrong again but I would be really surprised if she ever untook any official engagements.
Lady Louise, 18, could be “destined for a private life”
Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie have carved out paths for themselves
“I think, you know, she is destined for a private life, a career doing something, and she may well get involved in charities in the same way that Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie have.
“I don’t see any chance of her becoming an official royal because it’s heading the other [way].”
The royal correspondent also noted that he has met the young royal “once or twice”, adding that “she’s lovely”.
“She really blossoming into a lovely young woman.
“[She is] really bright”.
He said that they replied, “If its anything to do with me, you won’t be told anything at all”.
Lady Louise joined her parent and younger brother, James, Viscount Severn at the Service of Thanksgiving during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations last month.
Her arrival at St Paul’s sparked a frenzy among royal fans, who were stunned by the 18-year-old’s poise and “demure”.
In May, the Queen proudly watched on as her granddaughter take part in carriage driving at the Royal Windsor Horse Show.
Carriage driving was a mutual interest of her late grandfather, and the Queen’s husband, Prince Philip, who sadly passed away in April 2021.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK