Lady Louise Breaks Arm After Pony Fall

  April 12, 2012 at 6:38 am by

Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor was taken to hospital this morning, London time, after falling from her pony while riding in Windsor Great Park.

The eight-year-old daughter of the Earl and Countess of Wessex was later released with a broken left arm. Buckingham Palace confirmed the news, stating, “Lady Louise broke her left arm after falling from her pony while riding at Windsor this morning. She has been treated by doctors and is now resting at home.”

The Countess of Wessex cancelled her schedueled appearance in Manchester today to be with her daughter.

How nifty will Louise’s collection of cast signatures be?

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7 Responses to Lady Louise Breaks Arm After Pony Fall

  1. It’s interested how coverage of Louise’s injury has been much fairer to her parents than coverage of Prince William’s 1991 golf club injury.

    http://www.royalhistorian.com/lady-louises-riding-accident-and-popular-perceptions-of-royal-parenting/

  2. Elizabeth Pease says:

    Sorry to hear that. At least her injuries weren’t more serious. Louise’s parents are not next in line to the Throne. Maybe that is why the coverage is ‘fairer’.

  3. Marian Popp says:

    So sorry to hear of her injury. I love the photo I have of her and her brother with Queen Elizabeth, all “in the saddle”. I hope her parents and others will encourage her to get back on her pony as soon as she’s recovered. Best wishes from “Across the Pond” in Michigan, USA.

  4. natalya says:

    Get well, fair lady! At least now, there is good time to do some scientific work and reading.

  5. Shirley-Anne Thomson says:

    A big hug to help make it better from us. My daughter also broke her arm up near the shoulder.

  6. Cindy Widya Japardi says:

    Get well soon, Lady Louise! At least there is some time to read and count!

  7. Cindy Widya Japardi says:

    Hik…hik! So sorry to hear that. I…I…I know that Lady Louise’s injury is not so serious.

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