Queen Elizabeth II’s daughter paid a visit to the Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) on Saturday. During her visit, the Princess Royal engaged in a hilarious conversation with one of the young riders, known as Ryder.
RDAnational tweeted the exchange: “‘Are you the Queen?’ asked Ryder.
“‘No, the Queen is my mother’ replied The Princess.
“‘You’re very beautiful…and very sexy!’ said Ryder.
“There’s a beauty to working with children, they’ll come out with anything!
“This was an exchange between #HRH and one of our riders.”
Princess Anne visited the association as she celebrated half a century of work for the RDA (Riding for the Disabled Association).
Anne became a patron of the organisation in 1971, before moving to President in 1985.
The RDA is a charity that connects people living with a disability to horses.
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According to Anne, she debuted in public competition at age 11.
A series of victories followed, including a win in a jumping event held by the queen at Windsor Home Park.
Princess Anne made history when she became the first British royal to compete at an Olympic Games.
The Princess Royal was part of the three-day eventing team at the 1976 Games in Montreal.
In the event, Anne rode her mother’s horse Goodwill.
It also sparked a romance with eventual husband Mark Phillips, a reserve on the 1968 British Olympic equestrian team.
Princess Anne was an integral part of the team that brought the Olympic Games to London back in 2012.
She was said to have done everything in her power to secure the winning bid.
London 2012 was a source of pride for Anne as her daughter Zara made Team GB’s three-day eventing team.
Anne presented her daughter with an Olympic silver medal after the team finished in second place.