What Is Lady Louise Windsor’s Royal Title? Prince Edward’s Daughter

At just 20 years old, Lady Louise Windsor‘s title could see her taking the royal family to new heights. According to a royal commentator, King Charles‘ youngest niece is being hailed as a new potential savior for the Firm.

The youngest granddaughter of the late Queen Elizabeth, Louise is currently studying at St. Andrews University in Scotland—the same place where Kate Middleton and Prince William famously met and started their romance. Unlike her cousins Beatrice and Eugenie, Louise and her younger brother, James, weren’t brought up with the titles of princess or prince. Their parents, Prince Edward and Duchess Sophie, decided early on that their children should be prepared to work for a living.

The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh explained their approach in an interview with The Times, saying, “We try to bring them up with the understanding they are very likely to have to work for a living. Hence we made the decision not to use HRH titles.” However, this doesn’t mean that Lady Louise doesn’t have the option to use a royal title: “They have them and can decide to use them from 18, but I think it’s highly unlikely,” Duchess Sophie explained.

Despite not having a royal title, Louise has been making waves. She’s often seen at major royal gatherings like Christmas and Easter royal walkabouts alongside her parents. Most recently, she made an appearance at Buckingham Palace’s annual Trooping the Colour event in honor of her uncle’s birthday.

According to PR expert Alison Lancaster, promoting Louise to a more prominent role within the royal family could be a game-changer. “The idea of Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, Zara Tindall, and Lady Louise Windsor stepping up as working royals […] is a fascinating proposition packed with intriguing possibilities and potential pitfalls to navigate,” Lancaster told GB News.

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“From where I’m sitting the upside is clear,” Lancaster continued. “We’re talking about injecting some much-needed freshness and relatability into that very stuffy, very traditional monarchy machine.”

The royal commentator went on to note that figures like Lady Louise represent the future of the monarchy. “These four ladies aren’t your typical tiaras-and-tea set,” she explained. “They’re smart, accomplished young women with their own identities and passion projects already resonating in the real world.”

Speculation about Lady Louise’s title comes as her parents, Prince Edward and Duchess Sophie, have taken on increasing responsibilities within the royal family following King Charles’ and Kate Middleton’s cancer diagnoses. The pair have reportedly been dubbed as somewhat of a new “chosen couple” by King Charles, with one royal commentator even calling Duchess Sophie the “royal family’s secret weapon” in an Us Weekly report. Meanwhile, Prince Edward reportedly feels “really privileged” to attend public-facing royal events “on behalf” of King Charles III and Prince William.

While Louise isn’t a senior working royal yet, her potential contributions could set the stage for a better future for the royal family. Who knows—she might just redefine what it means to be a working royal. Only time will tell!

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