King Charles urged to 'not overlook Lady Louise Windsor's future contributions' to Royal Family

King Charles urged to 'not overlook Lady Louise Windsor's future contributions' to Royal Family

WATCH NOW: Sophie and Edward's children Louise and James should be incorporated as 'working royals'

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Dorothy Reddin

By Dorothy Reddin

Published: 25/05/2024

- 13:31

Updated: 25/05/2024

- 13:56

The monarch's niece is currently a 20-year-old student at university

King Charles has been urged to "not overlook Lady Louise Windsor's future contributions" to the Royal Family by a PR expert.

The 20-year-old is one of the younger members of the Royal Family that currently does not carry out public engagements.

She is a student at the University of St Andrews and has been highly tipped to embark on a career and a job in the working world, as opposed to working for the Firm.

Louise's parents, the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, raised their two children without royal titles and with the knowledge that one day they would likely have to work for a living.

King Charles and Lady Louise Windsor

King Charles's niece Lady Louise Windsor is currently at university


However, a PR expert spoke exclusively to GB News, claiming that her future contributions could be useful for the Royal Family.

The 20-year-old is a keen carriage driver and frequently partakes in the Royal Windsor Horse Show, a favourite of her late grandparents, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.

Nikki Jain, the founder and CEO of The Sprout PR told GB News: "The young Lady Louise Windsor's future contributions should not be overlooked."

The PR expert also suggested that Louise's cousins, Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall could be great additions to the list of working royals.

Lady Louise Windsor

Lady Louise Windsor was praised for her 'poise' at the Coronation


Jain added: "Princess Beatrice and Eugenie are involved in multiple charitable causes, portraying a commitment to public service.

"Zara Tindall’s experience in equestrianism can be used for events and patronages."

Lady Louise was one of the few privileged members of the Royal Family to be able to appear on the balcony beside King Charles at the Coronation last May.

Prince Edward and Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh are two hardworking members of the Royal Family, particularly over the last few months amid King Charles and Princess Kate's cancer diagnoses.

Lady Louise WindsorLady Louise Windsor is a keen carriage driverPA
Lady Louise WindsorLady Louise Windsor is not a working member of the Royal FamilyGetty

In 2020, the Duchess of Edinburgh opened up about the prospect of Lady Louise and James, Earl of Wessex becoming working royals.

She told The Times: “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.

"They have them and can decide to use them from 18, but I think it’s highly unlikely.”

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