If you're an England football fan, you possibly won't want reminding of last night's difficult loss against Italy in the Euro 2020 final, but please allow us this update, which features Princess Eugenie's adorable newborn, August.
From lovely pictures with dad Jack Brooksbank to mark Father's Day to a video of August playing with a toy at home, Eugenie has enjoyed sharing snippets of her home life with her son, and she just posted another sweet moment on Instagram.
Ahead of England's huge Euros clash, Eugenie took to her Stories to show how August was doing his bit to support Gareth Southgate and his team, mainly by being extremely cute and by repping an England baby grow.
In the video, August can be seen laid on a blanket and kicking his legs like nobody's business while wearing the comfy-looking outfit featuring the three lions badge.
Eugenie added the music of Three Lions (Football's Coming Home) to the sweet video, which - admittedly - would have been 10/10 lovely to watch ahead of the match, as opposed to a bit sad now we know football hasn't come home.
After the match ended with England falling short of lifting the trophy, Eugenie took to her Stories to share a message of support.
"You brought us together and lifted our hearts when we needed it most... Thank you England," she wrote.
The football isn't the only reason Eugenie's been enjoying the summer months with her newborn. In fact, the royal and her son had a lovely day out visiting elephant sculptures in some of London's green spaces.
In one of the photos she then posted on social media, Eugenie is holding August in a pose looking right at the camera, and clearly many followers have had a good old zoom to get a better look at the little one. Lots of them took to the comments section in agreement that August is the double of his dad, Jack Brooksbank.
"How lovely! August looks just like his papa," one said, while another added: "Awwww August is so like his daddy."
"He looks so much like Jack!😍 And what a precious baby and amazing photos," another commented.
Keep the August posts comin', Eugenie, they never fail to make us smile.
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