Princess Eugenie shares pictures of August’s adorable outfit

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Photo credit: Mark Cuthbert - Getty Images
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Princess Eugenie took to Instagram this weekend to share a picture of her adorable son August as the family celebrated his first ever Halloween.

The mum-of-one did an Instagram Story of sweet little August, heading towards the camera with a blue furry monster costume on his back.

Eugenie joked in the caption, “At least my little monster is scary…”

Photo credit: Princess Eugenie - Instagram
Photo credit: Princess Eugenie - Instagram

She then also posted a picture of August talking to a Minion doll, with the caption, "I wonder what they are talking about..."

Fans loved the picture, with over 80k liking it and commenting with things like, "Adorable," and "Happy Halloween baby August!"

The royal also shared a beautiful snap of a traditional autumn scene near her home, complete with blue skies and colourful leaves on the ground, as well as a huge pumpkin she had carved herself. The pumpkin was captioned, “My 2021 attempt at a scary pumpkin. Happy Halloween”

Eugenie, 31, shares August with her husband Jack Brooksbank, and the couple clearly love being first time parents and often give little insights into their family life on Instagram.

August is the Queen’s ninth grandchild, and in a recent program for the BBC, Eugenie teared up as she recalled introducing baby August to the late Prince Philip.

Earlier this month, royal fans were also treated to a snapshot of Eugenie with her mum Sarah, Duchess of York as the family celebrated Sarah’s 62nd birthday. Eugenie shared some sweet family photos, including one of her and Sarah hugging, and another of the two of them hiking through the Scottish Highlands.

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