Princess Eugenie Shares A New Family Portrait Featuring Baby August

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Princess Eugenie is loving being a new mum.

Yesterday, the royal shared a sweet portrait featuring herself; her husband, Jack Brooksbank; and their new baby, August Philip Hawke Brooksbank.

For the casual family photo op, over the Easter holiday and in celebration of the start of spring, Princess Eugenie and her family posed in front of a blossoming tree with her husband holding their son close in a baby carrier. Princess Eugenie appeared to be wearing a long black maxi dress for the occasion.

'Wishing everyone a Happy Easter 🌼🐣🌼 and a blossoming Spring. #happyeaster #blossom #spring,' wrote the royal alongside the post.

Since welcoming their baby boy back in February, Eugenie and Brooksbank have been settling into newfound parenthood at Frogmore Cottage, the former residence of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan lent the family their Windsor home while they're living abroad in Meghan's home state of California. Frogmore is relatively close to Windsor Castle, where Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip have been staying throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Also recently, Eugenie shared another sweet family moment on Instagram, this one in honour of her birthday. The intimate photo showed the princess holding her son, again outside, with her husband beaming at his wife and child. The royal wore a floral-print dress and embellished headband for that photo op.

'Thank you for the birthday love yesterday❤️,' wrote Eugenie alongside the post. 'I got the best present I could ask for!!'

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