My dad can be pretty critical sometimes.
Virtually everything that gets printed about me is wrong anyway, so it doesn't really matter what you say.
I love the sport and being competitive.
I'm an affectionate person.
I hate having my picture taken.
I was always told from the hat-makers that you should have your hair up because it shows the hat more. It feels more 'done' when your hair is up.
I love hats; I love putting hats on. They are artwork. You can always go out and find a dress to wear for some occasion, but there are not that many occasions you can wear a hat.
I don't have a stylist, and I do most of my shopping online, just because it's easier. I don't have any nails to manicure, and it takes me 30 minutes to get ready for a night out, as long as I've decided what to wear first.
I don't mind a big fascinator. I think there is more scope for artwork in a fascinator rather than a hat.
The senior members of the royal family work very hard and I don't think people quite realise that.
I don't think about the media.
My dad's not a big talker.
I'm not trying to succeed for the people who are waiting for me to fail. I'm doing it for myself. I'm one for the 'You only live once so you should do as much as you can' sort of thing.
My brother and I have been able to get on and have been very lucky to do things with our family that other people wouldn't have been able to do. But then again, we've also been able to live a normal life as well.
You cannot make horses 'safe.
The horses are all characters, all personalities. Some you get along with, some you don't, some might take a bit longer.
It's stupid to say that I don't like being in the public eye, but I don't like doing stuff that's not needed.
Unfortunately in sport it's either good or bad. You've got to take the highs and the lows.
I'm not a princess anyway so I find that quite weird to be labelled as one.
People still text me to say that there is something about me in the paper, and what really annoys me is that if it's nasty, I then have to go and have a look, even though actually I don't want to know.
I don't think I'll still be riding at 40. There are a couple of people who are still riding after having kids, like Mary King, but people say that you lose your nerve after you have kids. It's the risk.
I think Facebook's dangerous. So many people I know get into trouble with Facebook... I'd rather just pick up the phone. Or Skype.
I'd love to have kids, but not at the moment.
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