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Princess Eugenie posts delightful family photo as baby August enjoys spring sunshine

Princess Eugenie's children to 'live a private life' says expert

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In the post, Eugenie is snapped standing under a blossoming tree with her adorable baby son August and husband Jack Brookbanks. The Princess was sporting a stylish blue maxi dress with floral patterns and a V-cut. Baby August can be seen wrapped up in a baby carrier on his dad’s chest.

“Wishing everyone a Happy Easter and a blossoming Spring,” Eugenie, 31, captioned the shot.

Fans were quick to express their appreciation of the intimate family portrayal.

One posted: “Thank you for sharing! Hope the first Easter was wonderful!

While another said: “Such a pretty photo.”

A third replied: “Happy Easter to you and your lovely family

Princess Eugenie gave birth to her first born on February 9.

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She and her husband Jack are settling into their new family life at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.

The property belongs to Harry and Meghan who lent it to them, after moving to California in America.

Frogmore is located close to Windsor Castle, where the Queen and Prince Philip have spent the pandemic.

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Last week, Her Majesty made her first in-person public engagement of the year.

The 94-year-old British monarch visited the Air Forces Memorial at Runnymede last Wednesday to mark the centenary of the Royal Australian Air Force.

“It’s been a long time since I’ve been here,” the Queen commented as she arrived at the Air Forces Memorial.

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