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Happy Birthday to HRH Princess Eugenie

Sarah, Duchess of York has posted the most adorable throwback photo of her younger daughter Princess Eugenie, in honour of the bride-to-be's 28th birthday. The never-before-seen snap showed a young Eugenie giggling, her blue eyes sparkling at the camera. "Happy Birthday Eugie," Sarah captioned the Instagram post. Her accompanying message on the photo read: "Ooh. The joy you bring to all our lives… Thank you and happy birthday my darling Eugie Boogie." Earlier that morning, Sarah had also posted a photo of a painting of an elephant holding a bunch of balloons. "Happy birthday my Eugie," she wrote.

The doting mum, 58, also shares daughter Princess Beatrice with her ex-husband Prince Andrew. She often posts candid photos of her children on social media, celebrating milestones and important occasions. On Mother's Day, Sarah uploaded a picture of her daughters on a country walk with their pet dog. "Happy Mother's Day to all mothers. I am so thankful to have been blessed with amazing children. Thank you girls for being so special, kind, full of care and love," she wrote.

To celebrate Eugenie's exciting engagement to long-term boyfriend Jack Brooksbank in January, Sarah also uploaded some never-before-seen pictures of the couple. "Total joy," she wrote. She captioned another photo of Jack and Eugenie on a boat: "They float with laughter and love... although a boat helps!" Full Story


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