He’s finally here, her second son: Eugenie von York and husband Jack Brooksbank are in seventh baby heaven, they welcomed their youngest child into the world. The couple also directly share the name and some details about their son, who is just a few days old.
The British royal family has reason to celebrate as they have a new member: As Eugenie von York announced on Instagram on Monday (June 5), she and her husband Jack Brooksbank welcomed their second child into the world. The daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson has become the mother of a boy again and makes her sister Princess Beatrice an aunt again.
Princess Eugenie has had another son
For the niece of King Charles III. a dream comes true two years after the birth of her son August. In January 2023, the princess announced that her “family will grow this summer.” Now Eugenie, Jack and August are complete together with the sweet baby – and are floating in seventh baby heaven.
The happy mom also shares the name of her little son directly with the followers: Ernest George Ronnie Brooksbank was born on May 30 and weighed 7.1 pounds. “He’s named after his great-great-great-grandfather George, his grandpa George and my grandpa Ronald,” reveals Eugenie. And that his big brother already loves having a little sibling.
After the birth of their first child, Eugenie and Jack only announced their son’s name via social media eleven days later.
Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson welcomed their third grandchild
But not only with the parents themselves, but also with Grandpa Andrew and Grandma Fergie, the joy should be huge. With the arrival of her baby, the 33-year-old makes the prince and duchess grandparents for the third time. After her daughter announced her second pregnancy, Sarah Ferguson gushed about being “in grandma heaven.”
In the last few weeks before the birth, Eugenie repeatedly staged her growing baby bump with charming outfits. But finally being able to hold her third grandchild in her arms must be a thousand times nicer for Grandma Fergie than just seeing it kicking on ultrasound images.