Princess Eugenie shared a cute photo on Instagram of her husband, Jack Brooksbank, holding his son, August, under a gorgeous tree on Monday.
The new mother wished her followers a “Happy Easter” and a “flowering spring” alongside the new photo of her family.
The couple welcomed their first child on February 9, the little August weighing 8 pounds and 1 ounce. He is Queen Elizabeth’s ninth great-grandchild.
Although Buckingham Palace has released an official statement on behalf of the couple announcing their new arrival, Eugenie officially introduced her son (and revealed her son’s name) on her own personal Instagram account in a very modern twist. The royal family’s Instagram account also uploaded one of Eugenie’s photos.
“We wanted to introduce August Philip Hawke Brooksbank to you,” Eugenie said in February.
“Thank you for so many wonderful messages. Our hearts are full of love for this little human, words cannot express. We are delighted to be able to share these photos with you. ”
Eugenie then posted more beautiful August photos to mark both Mother’s Day in the UK and her 31st birthday:
More than a month after the arrival of little August, Queen Zara Tindall’s granddaughter and her husband, former rugby player Mike Tindall, have welcomed their third child.
Mike revealed on his podcast “The Good, The Bad & The Rugby” that the little one had actually been delivered to a very unusual place: the bathroom floor.
“So yeah, he was running to the gym, grab a mat, go into the bathroom, put the mat on the floor, the towels down, brace, brace, brace,” said Mike in an episode in late March, adding that his wife friend was present at the time and was able to help the couple.
“[Dolly, the friend] was there and recognized that we would not have arrived at the hospital in time, ”he said. “Luckily the midwife who was going to meet us at the hospital wasn’t that far away, so she arrived just as we expected. [position] and the second midwife arrived just after the head came.
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