Lady Louise Windsor, 18, borrows Sophie’s £985 Peter Pilotto gown at Commonwealth Games

Queen’s grandson James, Viscount Severn, 14, puts on an animated display as he joins his mother Sophie Wessex and sister Lady Louise Windsor, 18, on a rare public outing to the Commonwealth Games

  • James, Viscount Severn, 14, joined his family at the Commonwealth Games
  • Lady Louise Windsor, 18, also attended the rare family outing in Birmingham
  • Siblings were joined by their parents Prince Edward and Countess Sophie
  • Lady Louise borrowed a £985 Peter Pilotto gown from her mother’s wardrobe

James, Viscount Severn, put on an animated display when watching badminton at the Commonwealth Games today, during a rare family outing in Birmingham.

The youngster was joined by his parents, Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex, as well as his 18-year-old sister Lady Louise Windsor, who was the picture of elegance in a £985 dress she borrowed from her mother.

James and Lady Louise joined the rest of the family for the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations earlier this year, but have largely grown up away from the limelight.

Lady Louise looked pretty in a pink and blue dress at the event, rewearing a Peter Pilotto gown from her mother’s wardrobe, while James and Sophie showed emotional reactions as they watched the action.

The Countess first wore the pretty Pilotto dress for a trip to the Chelsea Flower Show in May 2015.

Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex beamed as they arrived for a family day out in the sunshine, with their daughter Lady Louise, 18, and James Viscount Severn, 14

Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex beamed as they arrived for a family day out in the sunshine, with their daughter Lady Louise, 18, and James Viscount Severn, 14

James and his mother Sophie showed emotional reactions as they watched the action today

James and his mother Sophie showed emotional reactions as they watched the action today

Lady Louise Windsor was the picture of elegance today as she borrowed a £985 dress from her mother Countess Sophie for a rare family outing to the Commonwealth Games

Lady Louise Windsor was the picture of elegance today as she borrowed a £985 dress from her mother Countess Sophie for a rare family outing to the Commonwealth Games

Lady Louise borrowed the blue and pink dress from her mother's wardrobe, who first wore the piece in May 2015 (pictured at the Chelsea Flower Show)

Lady Louise borrowed the blue and pink dress from her mother’s wardrobe, who first wore the piece in May 2015 (pictured at the Chelsea Flower Show)

Lady Louise opted to wear the dress with a pair of trendy white trainers, and carried a brown tasseled handbag for the occasion.

Meanwhile younger brother James kept things simple in a white polo shirt with black skinny jeans.

Countess Sophie was chic in a £185 blue floral skirt from ME+EM for the family outing, which she paired with a navy blouse and black heeled shoes.

Senior royals are representing the Queen at the Commonwealth Games as she continues to take a step back from royal duties. The monarch, 96, remains in residence in her Scottish home of Balmoral, in Aberdeenshire.

Countess Sophie was chic in a £185 blue floral skirt from ME+EM for the family outing, which she paired with a navy blouse and black heeled shoes

Countess Sophie was chic in a £185 blue floral skirt from ME+EM for the family outing, which she paired with a navy blouse and black heeled shoes

The youngsters joined the rest of the family for the Queen's Jubilee celebrations earlier this year, but have largely grown up away from the limelight

The youngsters joined the rest of the family for the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations earlier this year, but have largely grown up away from the limelight

Meanwhile Lady Louise's brother James Viscount Severn donned a white polo neck and black jeans for the outing

Meanwhile Lady Louise’s brother James Viscount Severn donned a white polo neck and black jeans for the outing

Prince Charles stood in for his mother at the spectacular opening ceremony and was greeted by cheers as he drove into the stadium in an Aston Martin.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will make an appearance at the Games this week.

Meanwhile Sophie and Edward have made a number of appearances during the competition thus far.

Last week, the Countess of Wessex re-wore a favorite blue patterned dress as she joined Prince Edward at the Commonwealth Games on Friday.

Senior royals are representing the Queen at the Commonwealth Games as she continues to take a step back from royal duties. The monarch, 96, remains in residence in her Scottish home of Balmoral, in Aberdeenshire

Senior royals are representing the Queen at the Commonwealth Games as she continues to take a step back from royal duties. The monarch, 96, remains in residence in her Scottish home of Balmoral, in Aberdeenshire

Lady Louise opted to wear the dress with a pair of trendy white trainers, and carried a brown tasseled handbag for the occasion

Lady Louise opted to wear the dress with a pair of trendy white trainers, and carried a brown tasseled handbag for the occasion

Last week, the Countess of Wessex (pictured right) re-wore a favorite blue patterned dress as she joined Prince Edward at the Commonwealth Games on Friday

Last week, the Countess of Wessex (pictured right) re-wore a favorite blue patterned dress as she joined Prince Edward at the Commonwealth Games on Friday

Sophie (pictured right) donned a £795 frock from royal-approved designer Peter Pilotto to take in the action across a number of sporting events

Sophie (pictured right) donned a £795 frock from royal-approved designer Peter Pilotto to take in the action across a number of sporting events

Sophie donned a £795 frock from royal-approved designer Peter Pilotto to take in the action across a number of sporting events.

The couple started off with a trip to the gymnastics arena before taking their seats for a rugby sevens match.

Prince Edward put on a particularly animated display, holding his head in his hands as he struggled to watch.

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