Princess Eugenie posted new photos of her adorable son on her Instagram account, on the occasion of Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee.
Princess Eugenie is a happy mom. Her one-year-old son August made his royal debut alongside his parents, Queen Elizabeth II’s granddaughter and Jack Brooksbank, at the Platinum Jubilee held in London through Sunday, June 5. Eugenie of York, who will live in Portugal for part of the year, has published, for the occasion, several photos and videos on his Instagram account, among which are shots of the little one. Jack Brooksbank’s wife added in a caption: “The platinum jubilee was just amazing. To everyone who attended, who organized it, who made it perfect for everyone watching, THANK YOU. We are all very proud of you.” A touching statement that did not leave the Internet users indifferent.
Dressed in a blue sweater with an England flag design from Trotters Boutique, the Queen’s great-grandson happily bounced on his mother and father’s laps as the diverse procession of musicians, dancers, acrobats and carnival floats passed the royal box outside Buckingham Palace. Princess Eugenie and her husband welcomed their first child in February 2021. He is the ninth great-grandchild of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip and the first grandchild of Andrew York and Sarah Ferguson, Eugenie’s parents. Although the 33-year-old mom shared a number of photos of August on Instagram, she was careful to show her face as little as possible (only in profile).
A tattoo that makes talk
While Princess Eugenie enjoyed the Queen’s Jubilee, she made her mark with a detail that did not go unnoticed. On the second day of Queen Elizabeth II’s Jubilee, Princess Eugenie had her hair slightly up. She surprised the royal family by exposing a tattoo that is shaped like a circle and is located behind her ear, reported the media Closer. A quick and furtive scene that was very noticed by the guests at the mass organized at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. All the royal family was present.
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