Pregnant Princess Eugenie Shares Unseen Wedding & Holidays Photos in Honor of 2nd Anniversary

Expecting Princess Eugenie celebrated her 2nd wedding anniversary to husband Jack Brooksbank with a heartwarming tribute on social media. The pregnant royal warmed hearts with never-before-seen holiday and wedding photos.

Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank have been happily married for two years, and they celebrated their anniversary in style with a heartwarming post on Instagram.

Eugenie, who is expecting her first child, uploaded a touching video montage of several never-before wedding and vacation images of her and Brooksbank. With the song, “Baby It’s You” by London Grammer playing in the background, the Reel video began with a sweet black-and-white photo of them sharing a laugh on their wedding day.

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank at day three of the Qatar Goodwood Festival at Goodwood Racecourse on July 30, 2015 in Chichester, England. | Photo: Getty Images

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank at day three of the Qatar Goodwood Festival at Goodwood Racecourse on July 30, 2015 in Chichester, England. | Photo: Getty Images

The lovely photo was followed by several snapshots during vacations, including a fun image of the couple taking a selfie in a snowy hill with a waddle of penguins in the background.

Their 2nd wedding anniversary comes more than two weeks after the doting couple announced in September that they are expecting their first child together in early 2021. 

The clip ended with two unseen photos of Brooksbank and Eugenie on their wedding day— one of them kissing and another that showed them posing for pictures. The heart-melting accompanying caption was dedicated to her husband, and it read:

“Been the best 2 years married to you and 10 years with you in total. Happy memories always, my dear Jack.”

The comments section was flooded with congratulatory messages from royal well-wishers who celebrated the lovely couple. According to reports, Eugenie and Brooksbank are supposed to mark their 2nd anniversary by exchanging traditional gifts based on cotton.

In contrast, for the first wedding anniversary, royal couples are meant to gift each other based on paper. Although it is not known what Eugenie and Brooksbank gave each other during their 1st anniversary, the princess of York uploaded a lovely Instagram video with a voiceover of them exchanging their vows.

Fans may recall that the lovebirds tied the knot in October 2018 at a glamorous wedding at St. George’s Chapel Windsor. The wedding, which had a guest-list filled with celebrity names, saw Eugenie stun in a custom wedding dress by Christopher De Vos and Peter Pilotto alongside the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik tiara from the Queen.

Their 2nd wedding anniversary comes more than two weeks after the doting couple announced in September that they are expecting their first child together in early 2021. 

After Buckingham released a statement sharing the exciting news, the lovebirds told their fans about the pregnancy in a personal and touching way. Eugenie shared a photo of her and Brooksbank’s intertwined hands holding pair of baby John Lewis bear booties for their unborn child.

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