James Viscount Severn took the Land Rover family for a spin around the Windsor Castle grounds, while the Wessex family enjoyed some quality time together during the sunny bank holiday weekend.
The 11-year-old son of Prince Edward got behind the wheel of the Discovery, while mother Sophie, Countess of Wessex sat next to him in the passenger seat during a spin.
Despite his age, the young kings are allowed to ride on the Windsor Castle site because it is private property, which means that he does not need a provisional permit or insurance to get behind the wheel.
Earlier in the day, Edward, 55, and his daughter Lady Louise, 15, walked around the grounds on horseback while Prince Philip, 97, relaxed in a horse-drawn carriage.
And the queen proved that she is still a competent rider at 93, while she climbs her western style from the steed for a trot in the sun.
Clearly enjoying a time of mother and son, Sophie and James could also be seen playing the two dogs of the family.
James Viscount Severn was seen the Land Rover family for a turn around the Windsor Castle site on Monday
The 11-year-old son of Prince Edward is depicted as he was driving around the grounds, with his mother Sophie, Countess of Wessex in the passenger seat
James Viscount Severn drove the vehicle on the private property during a weekend in Windsor, where the Wessex family enjoyed some quality time together on the sunny public holiday. The law states that people can drive on private land at any age
Sophie, 54, dressed in gray jeans and a shirt with a pattern, while James, 11, wore camouflage gear to play with the cute black Labrador and the family's golden spaniel.
UK Driver & # 39; s Law for Minors
Citizens must be 17 years of age or older to drive on public roads in Great Britain.
However, such laws do not regulate a private country, meaning that a person of any age can get behind the wheel if they have permission from the landowner.
However, should an accident occur, the driver would not be covered by an insurance policy.
It seems that the Wessex family spent the weekend in Windsor, as they were pictured during the Easter service with various members of the royal family.
Sporty Sophie pinched her blonde hair and shielded her eyes from the sun in a few dark shades as she hunted around the family's pets.
James, who combined his camouflage look with Hunter boots, followed in his mother's footsteps by throwing a tennis ball back and forth for the happy dogs.
Edward, the youngest son of the queen, wore dark breeches and a crystal clear shirt and a riding helmet.
Louise combined her father in riding equipment, opted for navy pants and a matching T-shirt with polo collars and a waistcoat.
Meanwhile, the queen kept herself warm in a headscarf and a cream-colored jacket, while Philip wore a brown flat cap and a khaki raincoat.
Louise, 15, accompanied her father Edward, 55, and her grandparents, the Queen and Prince Philip, for a place to ride in the castle grounds
Countess Sophie van Wessex, 54, dressed in gray jeans and a shirt with a pattern, joined James, 11, while Louise and Edward rode horses
Sophisticated Sophie pinched her blonde hair and shielded her eyes from the sun in a few dark shades as she followed the family's pets – including a shiny black labrador
James, who combined his camouflage look with Hunter boots, followed in his mother's footsteps by throwing a tennis ball back and forth for the dogs
Countess Sophie from Wessex seemed to be driving to the castle and walking the dogs of the family to run the vast terrain
The Duke of Edinburgh, 97, rode in a carriage and was accompanied by two female staff members while two black horses led the way
The queen, who turned 93 yesterday, rode her horse in Western style, accompanied by a courtier on the grounds of Windsor Castle
Edward and his family were pictured yesterday on the Queen's birthday and the Easter Sunday service in the St. George's Chapel.
Her Majesty was accompanied by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex at Windsor Castle – although pregnant Meghan was nowhere to be seen.
Zara and Mike Tindall, Prince Andrew, Princess Beatrice, and Peter and Autumn Phillips and were also present for the seasonal service.
On the occasion of the Queen's birthday celebration were (from the front): the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Beatrice, Prince Andrew, Zara and Mike Tindall, Peter Phillips, Lady Louisa Windsor and Sophie, Countess of Wessex
It is the second day of the Wessex in Windsor, when the four-to-one family attended Easter service in the St. George's Chapel yesterday (photo)
April 21, the day the queen was born, is the first of the prince's two birthdays.
She also has an official on the second Saturday in June each year, which is commemorated with the Trooping the Color parade.
Gun salutes are also fired as a sign of respect for the queen on her special day – but never on a Sunday, so this year they were delayed until today.
On Monday afternoon, the King & # 39; s Troop Royal Horse Artillery rode their horses and cannons past Buckingham Palace on their way to Hyde Park to organize a 41 Gun Royal Salute.