Just two weeks after welcoming her second child on 30th May, Princess Eugenie wasted no time and resumed her dedicated work as an ocean advocate. On Friday 9th June, she delighted her followers by posting a new episode of her “Ocean Advocate Series” on Instagram, demonstrating her unwavering commitment to protecting the seabed.
Duty calls even for new mothers, and Princess Eugenie is no exception. Despite recently giving birth to her second child, Ernest Brooksbank, from her union with Jack Brooksbank, Queen Elizabeth II’s granddaughter returned to work on Friday 9th June, less than two weeks after delivery. In celebration of World Oceans Day, the daughter of Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew shared the first episode of the second part of her “Ocean Advocate Series” on Instagram. Through this program, she aims to raise awareness about ocean conservation and promote the well-being of marine life.
In this latest episode, Princess Eugenie engaged in a conversation with Hugo Tagholm, Vice-President of Oceana UK, the world’s largest ocean conservation organization. Their discussion focused on the strategic campaigns Oceana UK undertakes to combat ocean pollution, protect marine wildlife, advocate for responsible fishing practices, and address issues like offshore drilling and ocean acidification. Princess Eugenie has been an ardent advocate against ocean pollution for years, and her swift return to work following childbirth solidifies her dedication to this cause.
Meet Ernest Brooksbank, the newest addition to the royal family. Born on 30th May, Ernest already shares a special bond with his older brother, August Brooksbank. In a heartwarming photo posted on Monday 5th June, Eugenie and Jack’s eldest son tenderly watched over his sleeping newborn sibling, expressing his affectionate connection. Grandmother Sarah Ferguson also took to Instagram to congratulate the joyous parents, expressing her delight and referencing Oscar Wilde’s play, “The Importance of Being Earnest.” Warm appreciation was extended to Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank for their clever parenting.
Although Princess Beatrice of York, Eugenie’s older sister, couldn’t visit her directly after the birth due to attending the wedding of Prince Hussein and Rajwa Al-Saif in Amman, Jordan, she managed to make amends. Following the wedding, Beatrice and her husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, embarked on a romantic trip, making the most of their time together. Given the close bond between the two sisters, there’s no doubt that Beatrice will find a way to connect with her youngest niece and strengthen their familial ties.