Pregnant Princess Eugenie Cries In Video While Talking About The Royal Who Guided Her Path

Pregnant Princess Eugenie Cries In Video While Talking About Sarah Ferguson

Princess Eugenie and her husband, Jack Brooksbank, left Frogmore Cottage last week after living there for over a month. The royal couple had borrowed the home from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

This week, the princess gave royal fans a glimpse into their new home — back at Kensington Palace, where they lived before moving to Frogmore Cottage in October.

In a video recorded in support of Teenage Cancer Trust, which Princess Eugenie has supported for many years, it is thought that the royal is sitting in the gardens of Kensington Palace.

Some have speculated that it could be Ivy Cottage, one of the properties within the grounds of Kensington Palace.

The video was posted on the Twitter page of Teenage Cancer Trust on 10 December which is also ICAP Charity Day.

Princess Eugenie speaks in the video about the important support provided by the Teenage Cancer Trust to people between 13-24 years of age, many of whom would be suffering through their journey alone without the charity.

A pregnant Eugenie cried and appeared very emotional while talking about her mother, Sarah Ferguson, for her work in the charity.

She said: “We’re very honored to be here. We wouldn’t be here unless you educated us on how we give back to people. I’m going to cry! Stop it! Thank you for everything you’ve done, and that you do for the charity, and for us.”

The royal and her husband, who married in 2018, announced in September that they are expecting their first royal baby.

Following the announcement, Prince Harry and Meghan — who moved to California earlier this year — offered to loan Frogmore Cottage to Princess Eugenie and Jack so they could start a family in the lavish 5-bedroom home.

Frogmore Cottage is based on the Crown Estate and was gifted by the Queen to Prince Harry and Meghan when they got married in 2018.

After spending more than $2 million of taxpayers’ money on renovations for the property — which the couple has since repaid — the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced in January 2020 that they would be quitting their positions as members of the royal family.

Neither Princess Eugenie nor Kensington Palace has yet confirmed whether the princess and Jack have resumed their residence at the palace.

Moreover, their quick exit from Frogmore Cottage has sparked a wave of speculation. Fans want answers that they are unlikely to get. The princess values her privacy.


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