Princess Eugenie pregnant with a second child


The regal baby will be 13th in sequence to the British throne and will be a simple Miss or Master.
Eugenie matched Jack Brooksbank in 2018, and their son, August Philip Hawke Brooksbank, was carried in February 2021.
“The family is delighted, and August is looking ahead to living a great brother,” said Buckingham Palace.
Eugenie, 32, the daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York, and the delinquent Queen’s granddaughter.
Reporting the news, Eugenie shared a family photograph of her son, August, kissing her bump.

“We’re so eager to share that there will be a new expansion to our family this summer,” she wrote on her Instagram account.
Her mother replied to an Instagram post declaring the pregnancy with the terms “Granny heaven” and a heart emoji.
August, nearly two, was born at the exclusive Portland Hospital in central London.
Last year, he appeared at the Platinum Jubilee pageant celebrations wearing a Union Jack jumper as Eugenie shook him on her knee as they sat in the royal box.

The new baby will be one place after their older brother in the line of string and one ahead of Prince Edward, the King’s most youthful sibling.
Princess Eugenie’s elder sister Princess Beatrice showed birth to a daughter Sienna Elizabeth in September 2021.
She is wedded to Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, who replied to the Instagram pregnancy information with two heart emojis.
Eugenie is not a functioning royal and does not obtain funding from the Sovereign Grant.
The baby news arrives after a demanding spell for the royals following the journal of the Duke of Sussex’s tell-all memoir Spare.

Eugenie’s father, Prince Andrew, strode down as a working royal in 2019 after a contentious Newsnight interview that addressed his relationship with the delinquent convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
He was later deprived of his military crowns, and there have been rings for him to abandon his remaining titles following an out-of-court settlement with Virginia Giuffre in the US.
Meanwhile, Fergie also conveyed a snapshot of the little toddler recreating in a puddle in the pouring rain.
In the snap, the youngster, who turns two at the start of next month, donned a bright yellow rain mac as he played on the grounds of a country house.

In a word, Buckingham Palace said: ‘Princess Eugenie and Mr. Jack Brooksbank are happy to announce they are hoping for their second child this summer.
‘The family is delighted, and August is looking forward to being a big brother.’
While it has yet to be discovered where the photo of the Queen and August was taken, it has been captured in the past few weeks with frost on the ground.
In the post, the mother-of-one smiles at her young son, who snuggled enthusiastically into her tummy.
It is unknown whether she is expecting a boy or a girl.

Eugenie and Jack, 36, began dating in 2011 and established their relationship in an appearance at Royal Ascot that year.
The pair maintained a long-distance relationship when Eugenie left London to perform for an auction house in New York in 2013.
At the time, Jack told The Daily Mail: ‘We expend a lot of time on Skype. It’s great, and we’re still very much together.’
In 2015 the princess returned to London, where the pair grew ever closer – and they sparked engagement rumors the following year.
But it was in January 2018 that Jack popped the query while the pair were away in Nicaragua.
Then in October of that year. Eugenie similarly announced her first pregnancy, posting on Instagram the same time the palace announced the news.

When he was born, August was considered 8lb 1oz, and the couple split with tradition by directly sharing a black-and-white photo to Eugenie’s Instagram of them holding their newborn’s tiny hand.
She observed the post with three blue hearts after including her son at the luxury private hospital where Meghan Markle also gave birth to her son, Archie.
Eugenie announced that August’s name was a moving tribute to Queen Victoria’s husband, Prince Albert, whose birth name was Franz Albert August Karl Emanuel, and Prince Philip, who died at the age of 99.

She mostly kept August out of the spotlight for his first two years but pleased fans when she transferred a video of him dancing during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
The Duchess of York, 63, once honored Eugenie’s mothering skills during a discussion with Hello magazine.
She revealed: ‘My children are exceptional mothers. They were great children, but now they’re exceptional mothers. And now, I have these two amazing grandchildren all in one year.’

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