Viewers praise ‘lovely’ Lady Louise as she shares Prince Philip memories in BBC documentary

Viewers and royal watchers praised “lovely” Lady Louise Windsor as she and other lesser known royals were featured in a BBC documentary remembering the Duke of Edinburgh.

Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers on Wednesday night featured personal and poignant tributes to the duke, who died in April, from more than a dozen members of the royal family.

Along with senior royals including Prince William and Prince Charles, there were appearances from the Duke’s grandchildren Peter Phillips, Zara Tindall, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.

Lady Louise Windsor, the 17-year-old daughter of the Earl and Countess of Wessex, also made a rare appearance in the spotlight along with Princess Anne’s husband Tim Laurence.

She recalled her close bond with the Duke and discussed their shared-love of carriage driving.

Royal Watcher said on Twitter: “I love that they got Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence to narrate Philip’s early naval career. Very appropriate.”

ClaireMBear said: “Prince Edwards daughter comes across as so lovely, she clearly was very fond of her Grandad.”

ScrappyTrails said: “Lady Louise is so completely lovely, I’ve never heard her speak before. Loving this #PrincePhilip doc on @BBCOne.”

Lisa Hurst added: “Isn’t lady Louise lovely? This is already making me tear up.”

Freddie Tee said: “Louise…she’s such a lady, quite literally. She definitely made him proud.”

And CoutureandRoyals wrote: “I love how each grandchild is remembering Prince Philip through the things that they had in common, like Louise with carriage driving and Eugenie with art, it shows how unique each relationship with his grandchildren was.”

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