Next week, Princess Eugenie will be able to celebrate

PRINCESS EUGENIE has had a busy three years with Jack Brooksbank,

Next week, Princess Eugenie will be able to celebrate

their husband. Last year they became parents for the very first time. Here are some reasons Eugenie will be celebrating next week.

The Queen's 70th year on the throne will be celebrated by the Royal Family this month.Princess Eugenie, this February will also bring another important anniversary for her and her husband

With over a million Instagram followers, Princess Eugenie may share a sweet tribute on the big day.

Eugenie and her husband, last year's parents, have occasionally posted adorable snaps of their baby boy to Instagram.

In a photo Eugenie posted on Instagram on February 20, 2021, the new parents were all smiles as they introduced their baby to the world.

The Queen's granddaughter, August Philip Hawke Brooksbank had just given birth to her first child, just a few days earlier, on February 9, 2021.

Eugenie & Jack welcomed their baby girl at the Portland Hospital in London. This is the same hospital Sarah Ferguson brought Eugenie & Princess Beatrice to.

The picture shows Jack holding August, wrapped in a blue blanket and Eugenie holding his hand.

Eugenie captioned Eugenie's snap with the following: "We wanted you to meet August Philip Hawke Brooksbank.

"Thanks for all the wonderful messages. We are so grateful for this precious little person that words cannot express our love.

"We are thrilled to share these photos."

Eugenie's grandpa Prince Philip is the name of Philip. Hawke is a Brooksbank surname.
Adorably, August got a baby cousin in 2021 when Princess Beatrice (Edoardo Mapelli) welcomed their baby girl.

Sienna Elizabeth Mapelli Mozzi, Beatrice's first child, was born September 18, 2021.

Beatrice was also a stepmother for Edoardo's child Wolfie, a child from a previous relationship she had when she married Edoardo on July 2020.

Just as Eugenie and Beatrice are close friends, August and Sienna will probably spend lots of time together when they get older.