Princess Eugenie just shared two new photos of baby August

Catriona Harvey-Jenner
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Photo credit: Instagram
Photo credit: Instagram

Almost three months after giving birth to her baby son, August, it seems Princess Eugenie is fully getting into the swing of motherhood. While she and husband Jack Brooksbank remain fairly private about their family life with little August - who they're raising in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Windsor home, Frogmore Cottage - the Princess has shared the odd snippet of him with the public.

And this bank holiday weekend, Eugenie treated the world to two brand new photographs of her tiny son, in celebration of husband Jack's birthday. Taking to Instagram, the royal shared a photo of Jack Brooksbank holding the couple's baby, who's wearing a cardigan emblazoned with his name - the same one we've seen before in a previous picture of August.

In a second picture, Jack is holding the baby in a carrier against his chest, with the pair looking all wrapped up for a chilly walk. And if you look really closely, you can see little August's tiny nose scrunched up. Too cute.

Princess Eugenie captioned the post, "You are exceptional.. Happy Birthday my love," along with a heart eyes emoji, a party emoji, and a red heart. Ahhh, these two.

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August's full name - August Philip Hawke Brooksbank - pays tribute to various members of Princess Eugenie and Jack's families. His first name honours Eugenie's great x4 grandfather, Prince Albert, who was married to Queen Victoria and whose full name was Francis Albert Augustus Charles Emmanuel.

August's first middle name, Philip, pays homage to his mother's grandfather, Prince Philip, who sadly died two months to the day after August was born. Hawke is a name derived from Jack's side of the family.

Now, where can we get an adult-sized cardigan personalised with our name on the back, please?

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