Princess Eugenie shares old family photos with fans

Emma Nolan
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From Prima

Anyone celebrating a birthday at the moment is certainly going to have a very different kind of day as we all adjust to the “new normal” as social distancing means we’re all spending time apart.

One celebrity who celebrated their birthday at the weekend was Princess Eugenie who just turned 30 on March 23.

The royal took to Instagram to share some never before seen family photos with fans to mark the day.

The first image sees Eugenie as a baby, cradled in the arms of her mother, Sarah Ferguson, while the second shows the Princess as a toddler in her buggy, eating an ice cream which has ended up all over her face.

The third photo shows Eugenie holding the hand of her father, Prince Andrew, dressed smartly in her school uniform.

And the last one is from her wedding.

“Thank you for all the wonderful birthday messages.

Dozens of fans took to the comments to wish Eugenie a happy 30th.

One fan wrote: “Your wedding look was stunning! The emerald green was a perfect choice.”

While another added: “Happy birthday. Hope this next year around the sun is one filled with lots of love and happiness!”

Eugenie’s post comes as her sister Beatrice’s wedding reception has been cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.

She is due to marry Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in May.

A friend told The Telegraph: "There won't be a reception. The wedding may be just them and a chaplain. It all depends on what happens over the next few weeks but there will be no big gathering."

The rest of the royal family have also been affected by the pandemic, with the Queen and other members of the family cancelling travel plans.

The Queen postponed trips to Cheshire and Camden that were planned for later this month due to the ongoing spread of the virus, calling it a “sensible precaution”.

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