Lady Louise could be set for a challenging time around the Coronation, with her exam timetable ending just one day after the Coronation Bank Holiday. The only daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh followed in the footsteps of Prince William and is currently a student at St Andrew’s University. According to term dates for the university, late April and early May are likely to be a very busy period for the 19-year-old.
The university reveals, via its website, that exams are expected to begin on April 24. They are set to end on May 9.
It remains unknown if, as a first-year student, Lady Louise will have exams during this time.
Another way it could be stressful for the teenager is that she could still be based on campus, during the time of the Coronation.
Her university is in Scotland, which would mean she will potentially have to travel to London for her uncle’s big day on May 6.
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The term is set to end on May 26, just shy of three weeks after the historic event.
Lady Louise’s family home, which she shares with her royal parents and younger brother, is Bagshot Park – which is located near Bagshot.
The teenager would have to plan for her travel, compared to many of the other royals who can get to London easily.
Unlike their royal cousins, the 19-year-old and her brother James Severn, 15, have had quite a low-profile upbringing.
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The royal siblings have been spotted at different events, particularly over the past year.
The two were in attendance for a few events to celebrate the late Queen’s Platinum Jubilee last June and at the state funeral of their beloved grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II in September.
Lady Louise and James were last seen publicly at the last year’s annual Christmas Day service at St Magdalene Church.
They attended along with their parents, smiling as they made their way along adoring royal watchers.
As well as being a private person publicly, the teenager also doesn’t use social media.
Sophie, the Duchess of Edinburgh previously spoke of her daughter on BBC Radio 5 Live.
The Duchess told Naga Munchetty that “it’s purely her choice”.
She added: “Absolutely. I wouldn’t deny her going onto it. But she’s not interested.”
Praising her daughter, Sophie added that she’s “very private” and has “got her eyes fairly wide open”.