While Princess Eugenie remained in Windsor, her husband Jack Brooksbank was photographed with three friends on a boat near the island of Capri in Italy. Vacations that have not gone unnoticed.
Solo vacation for Jack Brooksbank? Member of the royal family since his marriage to Princess Eugenie in October 2018, here is that the young dad was recently seen on a boat in Italy, reports The Mirror, while the granddaughter of Elizabeth II she, remained in Windsor, with their five-month-old son August. On the agenda of Jack Brooksbank’s stay: sea trip off Capri, sunbathing with his three beautiful friends Rachel Zalis, Maria Buccellati and Erica Pelosini, and charity ball for the UNICEF summer gala. A busy schedule, and a charming company… Who could make Princess Eugenie see red?
If Jack Brooksbank went alone to Capri, it is primarily for work, reports the Daily Mail. Indeed, after having been the manager of the club Mahiki, in London, the husband of Princess Eugenie then launched into the business of selling bottles, allowing him to be an ambassador and reseller of the brand Casamigos, the tequila owned by George Clooney and Rande Gerber, the husband of Cindy Crawford. And it was in this capacity that he organized the UNICEF summer gala, where tickets cost between 8,000 and 25,000 pounds. A small evening where Princess Eugenie obviously did not want to go, leaving her husband to work and why not, to have a little fun with some friends.
This hard blow suffered by Princess Eugenie
It must be said that according to The Mirror, the granddaughter of Elizabeth II has also taken a little good time, since she recently went to Ibiza with friends. Small moments to relax for both parents, who suffered a huge disappointment last July. While they were to have their son August baptized on July 17 at the Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor in front of thirty guests, they had to cancel the ceremony after a guest was contaminated with Covid-19. To avoid that this moment of joy becomes a cluster, the young parents preferred to cancel everything.