Princess Eugenie and husband Jack Brooksbank have shared a second glimpse of their one-month-old son August lying among a field of daffodils.
Taking to Instagram, the royal, 30, celebrated her first Mother’s Day by posting an adorable snap of her son August, who was born on February 9.
Although his head is turned away from the camera, the young royal can be seen donning a patterned babygrow adorned with whales, a knitted white cardigan, matching hat and fluffy rabbit slippers.
Princess Eugenie also paid tribute to her mother Sarah Ferguson, 61, in a throwback snap where Fergie can be seen holding her as a baby back in 1990.
Alongside the snaps, the Queen’s granddaughter penned: ‘I’m so excited to be August’s mum and as you can see I’m enjoying my first Mother’s Day.’
‘I’m also celebrating my beautiful Mumma with this picture of us from March 1990. You’ve taught me so much. Happy Mother’s Day to all.’
Princess Eugenie, 30, has shared a snap of her one-month-old son August to mark her first Mother’s Day as a mum (pictured)
In a candid caption, the first time mother said she was ‘so excited’ to be August’s mother and enjoying her first Mother’s Day
Royal fans were quick to comment on the adorable snap, while Eugenie’s brother-in-law Edo Mapelli Mozzi, Princess Beatrice’s husband, ‘liked’ the post.
‘Happy Mother’s Day to you beautiful photos,’ wrote one, while a second penned: ‘Happy mother’s day, dearest.’
A third added: ‘Happy 1st Mother’s Day Princess Eugenie. Many blessings to you and your little one.’
The daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson welcomed her first child, who is 11th in line to the throne, with Jack on February 9 at London’s Portland Hospital. The couple were pictured leaving the hospital three days later on February 12.
Last month, the new mother revealed the name and shared her first family picture with her son – the Queen’s ninth great grandchild – which is thought to have been taken in the grounds of Frogmore Cottage, where the couple are currently living.
Posting a series of photographs on Instagram, the Queen’s granddaughter wrote: ‘Thank you for so many wonderful messages. Our hearts are full of love for this little human, words can’t express. We are excited to be able to share these photos with you.’
Eugenie went on to reveal the name was a touching tribute to Queen Victoria’s Husband Prince Albert, whose birth name was Franz Albert August Karl Emanuel, and Prince Philip, who is currently in hospital, writing: ‘On his grandfather’s birthday weekend, thinking of my grandfather, we are introducing our little boy. He is named after his great grandfather and both of his 5x great grandfathers.’
Eugenie also paid tribute with a picture of her mother Sarah Ferguson holding her in 1990, the year of her birth
All throughout the day, the royal family have been celebrating Mother’s Day on social media, with Kensington Palace leading the emotional tribute.
Prince William and Kate Middleton shared home-made cards from Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have addressed to their ‘Granny Diana’ to mark Mother’s Day – just a week after Prince Harry spoke about his and Meghan Markle’s experience in relation to his mother during the tell-all Oprah Winfrey interview.
The cards were shared by the Kensington Palace official Instagram account, with a sweet message encouraging those struggling with bereavement.
Noting this Mother’s Day was ‘different,’ the Palace revealed Prince William, 38, and Kate Middleton’s children write letters to their paternal grandmother each year on Mother’s Day.
The cards made by the Cambridge children were adorned with flowers, hearts and rabbits. Pictured, card by Prince Louis
The cards were shared by the Kensington Palace official Instagram account (pictured, George’s card)
Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis made home-made cards addressed to their ‘Granny Diana’ to mark Mother’s Day. Pictured, Princess Charlotte’s card
Prince William with Diana, Princess of Wales and Prince Harry on the day he joined Eton in September 1995
Prince George, seven, and Princess Charlotte, five, wrote letter themselves, while Prince Louis, who turns three in April, signed his name
The cards made by the Cambridge children were adorned with flowers, hearts and rabbits – with Princess Charlotte writing: ‘Papa is missing you.’
Prince George, seven, and Princess Charlotte, five, wrote the letter themselves, while Prince Louis, who turns three in April, signed his name.
In a second post, the Duke of Cambridge shared a photograph of a very colourful cake made by his children for their mother, Kate Middleton, and a snap of Carole Middleton holding a young Kate’s hand.
The caption read: ‘Celebrating two other special mothers today. Made by George, Charlotte and Louis.’