Queen Elizabeth II’s legacy lives on.
The lifetime of the late monarch, who died on Sept. 8 on the age of 96, was honored throughout a funeral service held at Westminster Abbey on Sept. 19.
And in a candy nod to her late great-grandmother, Princess Charlotte, 7—who attended the funeral alongside dad and mom Prince William and Kate Middleton and older brother Prince George, 9—wore a horseshoe brooch pinned to her black coat. The Queen traditionally had a love of horses and the game of horse-riding, which was handed right down to the 7-year-old as effectively.
In reality, when Charlotte was round simply 17-months-old, the Princess of Wales revealed that identical to the British monarch, her daughter was already “actually having fun with her driving,” ABC Information reported. Her Majesty had additionally found her ardour for horses at a younger age, with the Queen visiting her first secure at 16 years outdated — which led to a lifelong admiration.
Princess Charlotte is among the many youngest members of the royal household in attendance to honor the Queen.
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