Princess Eugenie has shared a new glimpse at baby son August on social media, and he’s growing up fast.
The little one, born in February this year (2021), played with a fluffy toy in a baby relaxer.
What did Princess Eugenie show of baby August?
With a full head of hair and wearing an all-white romper suit with cute blue socks, the baby was playing with a cuddly shark toy.
And proud mum Eugenie captioned the series of videos on her Instagram Stories: “It’s World Oceans Day today.
“A day to celebrate our magnificent oceans and all the creatures in it.
In the next video, the daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson continued: “A day to raise awareness for something so integral to all our lives.”
“A day to snuggle”
In another video, with baby August still playing with his toy, Eugenie said it was “a day to snuggle with fluffy sharks”.
Usually, the Princess and husband Jack Brooksbank often share images of their son on social media.
But this is the first time royal fans have seen him outside of a papoose.
And as the tot played with his fluffy toy, you couldn’t help think that he’s growing fast and looks cute as a button.
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When did Eugenie get married and what is the meaning of August’s name?
The 31-year-old Princess married bar manager and brand ambassador Jack Brooksbank in 2018 at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.
The couple met eight years earlier in 2010 on a skiing trip in Switzerland.
They announced their engagement in January 2018, and after the wedding they soon made another announcement – Eugenie had given birth to their first child in February of this year (2021).
The Princess took to Instagram to let fans know the meaning of August Philip Hawke Brooksbank’s name.
“On his grandfather’s birthday weekend, thinking of my grandfather, we are introducing our little boy,” she wrote, referring to Prince Philip.
“He is named after his great grandfather, and both his great x5 grandfathers.”
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