The lone daughter of Queen Elizabeth II broke the royal mold by becoming a European champion and an Olympian.
Anne, the Princess Royal, is well known as one of the hardest working members of the British monarchy, with her responsibilities as president of the Save the Children Foundation and patron of numerous organizations taking her around the world for hundreds of engagements per year.
To earlier generations, however, the mention of Anne often conjures images of the queen's lone daughter astride a horse, her devotion to success, combined with her own blend of individualism and fearlessness, producing an unprecedented run as a royal equestrian champion.
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Article written by: TIM OTT