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Prince William & Prince Harry: Step-sister Laura lives so withdrawn

The team of princes grew up in the limelight. Few know of her stepsister’s existence. Little is known about her and her family.

Birkhall – No matter where Prince William (39) and his brother Prince Harry (37) appear in public, their numerous fans are there. Every step of the popular team of princes is closely followed and diligently commented on by the media. They are always in the spotlight at events and charity events. The situation is very different with her royal step-siblings.
Step-sister Laura in particular lives very withdrawn, knows.*

The last time she was the center of attention was in 2006 at her own wedding. At that time she said yes to her childhood sweetheart Harry Lopes in a fairytale wedding. Three children have since crowned their happiness: Eliza, Gus and Louis.

Royal fans have already caught a glimpse of the cute children on important official occasions. Among other things, at the annual “Trooping the Colour” parade in honor of Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday fans is frenetically celebrated. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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