Princess Charlotte is a young woman of many passions—not only is she a balloon enthusiast and ardent wearer of smocked dresses, but it turns out the littlest Windsor is totally horse mad.
In fact, not only is Char into ponies, but she's also already horseback riding, which is a fairly impressive feat for someone who can barely walk on their own.
Char's mom (this nice lady named Kate, we think you'll like her) shared the details of the 1 year old's new hobby at a reception at Buckingham Palace today, telling an Olympic equestrian:
"Charlotte is really enjoying her riding. She has this passion for horses."
The 17 month old takes after her great-grandmother Elizabeth who's famous for her love of horses, and her second cousin Zara, who almost made it to the Olympics herself this year.
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For the final State Dinner as the First Lady, Michelle Obama's choice of dress didn't disappoint, and will certainly go down as one of the most memorable sartorial moments of her time as FLOTUS. The rose gold chain mail dress by Atelier Versace looked incredible, yes, but was also a nice nod to the visiting Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and his wife, Agnese Landini.
It's not the first time Michelle dressed for the occasion: She wore Canadian designer Jason Wu to greet Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Sophie Trudeau, and Japanese-American designer Tadashi Shoji to dine with the Prime Minister of Japan.