QUEEN ELIZABETH II’s favourite grandchild has the same love of horses as Her Majesty, according to a royal expert. The Queen is said to be particularly fond of one of her great-grandchildren, who purportedly also has a special connection to ponies. Royal journalist Ingrid Seward, who is editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine, spoke to Fabulous about the Monarch and her relationship with children.



She said: “While Prince Philip loved babies, the Queen has always preferred being around children when they are a bit older, especially if it involves teaching them to sit astride a horse. “Princess Charlotte—who is pony-mad—has always been a favourite.



“The Duchess of Cambridge revealed that when she was born, the Queen ‘was really thrilled’ she was a girl.” Princess Charlotte, six, is set to acquire a new Royal Family title when Prince Charles becomes king, according to The List.



The young royal will become Princess Charlotte and Cambridge and Cornwall. The List said: “When her grandfather Charles becomes King, Charlotte will add to her title.



“Prince William’s only daughter will become Princess Charlotte of Cornwall and Cambridge. “When William is elevated to Prince of Wales, she will become Charlotte of Wales. “Her brothers will become George and Louis of Wales.”



Earlier this year, French Magazine Gala reported that Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte only obtained titles after the Queen changed Royal Family rules.



The report read: “Ahead of the birth of Kate Middleton and Prince William’s first child in 2013, the Queen made a few changes to the royal proclamation.



“Her Majesty, therefore, declared that all the children of Prince Charles’ eldest son could use these royal titles. Thus, George was born under the name of His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge.



“Although the royal couple’s eldest son is an heir to the throne, the rule also applies to his siblings.”


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