Princess Eugenie shares sweet snap of baby son with her husband to celebrate birthday

Princess Eugenie has left an adorable tribute to her husband after sharing a sweet snap to celebrate his 35th birthday.

On Instagram the mum-of-one, who married Jack Brooksbank in 2018, posted photographs showing Jack holding their baby boy.

Born on February 9, their son August, is pictured enjoying the outdoors on a sunny day with dad.

The sweet post, which was published on Monday, is captioned: “You are exceptional. Happy Birthday my love.”

In just a few hours it has since gained more than 170,000 likes on an account that is followed by more than a million people.

Responding on the social media platform one person said: “Aww, beautiful pictures, happy birthday Jack! I wish you all the best.”

Baby August cuddling with dad Jack Brooksbank
Proud mum Eugenie shared the adorable snap of August with dad Jack on social media

Another wrote: “Happy birthday Jack, have a great day with your cute family” while one said: “Gorgeous picture.”

Eugenie, daughter of the duchess and the Duke of York, is the Queen and the late Duke of Edinburgh’s granddaughter, and Princess Beatrice’s younger sister.

Jack and Princess Eugenie married at St George’s Chapel in October 2018 and their first child together August Philip Hawke Brooksbank was welcomed on February 9.

He was born at The Portland Hospital, London, which is the same place that she was born, and where Meghan Markle delivered little Archie.

August with Jack
It’s dad Jack’s 35th birthday

Jack Brooksbank
They were taken on a sunny day in a countryside setting

August is the 11th in line to the throne.

He made Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson proud grandparents on his birth, and is an ninth great-grandchildren to the Queen and Prince Philip.

It comes after Princess Eugenie promised to look after the Queen in an emotional message for her late grandfather, Prince Philip, who died aged 99.

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank pose with their son, August
The couple married in 2018 and had a son earlier this year

She spoke fondly of the Duke of Edinburgh in the tribute, recalling a day when she “incinerated the sausages” and he jumped in to “save the day”.

She shared two photos of the Duke of Edinburgh, one recent shot showing them at the horse racing and a throwback snap to her with her grandad when she was a little girl.

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