To celebrate Princess Beatrice’s 33rd birthday which took place this Sunday, August 8, her sister, Eugenie, unveiled a lovely publication marking their evolution over the years with vintage photos.
A sweet attention for the birthday of his sister. The years pass by at a crazy speed so sometimes it’s good to go back into a photo album to remember good memories. This is what Princess Eugenie decided to do to mark the birthday of her sister, Beatrice. To celebrate the 33 years of the latter, the mother of little August published on Instagram this Sunday, August 8 a photo montage revealing the evolution of the two girls from childhood to adulthood.
On the first picture, the princesses Beatrice and Eugenie appear very small in a similar look. Then, the two little girls have grown up. They put on the same bathing suit and caress a dolphin. The Sarah Ferguson girls were very close from a very young age, holding hands. And years later, Beatrice and Eugenie are still as close as ever, as a photo from their trip shows. Other shots of their lives follow. In the caption, the wife of Jack Brooksbank wrote a nice statement: “Happy birthday to my big sister. BeaBea you are sensational and I have loved every minute of watching you be who you are, brave, genuine and sincere. Now you’re going to be a mom… I love you.” A publication that met with great success among Internet users.
Princess Beatrice: messages of love for her birthday
Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, husband of Beatrice of York, unveiled a selfie with his spouse on the occasion of her 33rd birthday with a lovely declaration of love. In this black and white shot, the lovers are with their backs to the sea, looking complicit. The British real estate developer published some words in English under the publication: “Happy birthday my love. I love you with all my heart.” Beatrice’s mom, Sarah Ferguson, also had a thought for her daughter by posting a photo of flowers with written: “Happy birthday my magical Beatrice.” A 33rd year under the sign of love, but especially of motherhood.
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