Princess Eugenie treated fans to a never-before-seen wedding photo this weekend as she celebrated husband Jack Brooksbank's birthday. The pair are 10 years strong in their relationship.
On Sunday, Princess Eugenie took to Instagram to share two sweet photographs as husband Jack Brooksbank turned 34. Eugenie, 30, has been married to the wine merchant since 2018.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Brooksbank won't have been able to have a grand occasion this year, but his sweet wife certainly made him feel special. The post is found below.
In the first photo shared, we see Brooksbank and the Princess inside Windsor Castle's St. George's Hall, where they held the wedding reception in October 2018.
The pair pose together with bright smiles on their faces. Brooksbank is focused on the camera while his new wife looks off into another direction while holding a bouquet.
The second picture features just Brooksbank walking in a garden. We see the brand ambassador from the back wearing a long-sleeve white sweater as he approaches two large trees.
"Happy Birthday my love," wrote Eugenie in the caption. The heartwarming post garnered nearly 100,000 likes. The pair were dating since 2011 before they tied the knot.
On Friday, they celebrated 10 years together. Once again, Eugenie shared a couple of romantic posts of the two. The royal switched things up by appearing to go bare-faced for the shot.
Perhaps due to the pandemic, Eugenie posed makeup-free as she smiled while in the arms of her husband. The couple is currently staying at the Royal Lodge in isolation amid the outbreak.
Eugenie invited her followers to tell stories of how they were dealing with the pandemic, specifically calling on frontline workers to share their experience.
When they're not home, Brooksbank and Eugenie are out doing their part to help others during the crisis. Last week, the two helped deliver meals to Imperial College, London.
The gesture was to assist NHS workers who are currently on the frontline of the situation. Of course, the pair donned protective masks to make the delivery.