Princess Eugenie has shared a new photograph from the idyllic garden of Frogmore Cottage with Jack Brooksbank and their baby son, August – and fans were blown away by the picture-perfect tree they posed in front of.
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One follower wrote: "What a tree!!" and another penned: "Beautiful tree and beautiful new family! Happy Easter!" A third added: "Wow! What a lovely tree!"
The tree in question is a very large white flowering blossom tree, which made a gorgeous backdrop for their Easter upload. Princess Eugenie accompanied the family snap with the caption: "Wishing everyone a Happy Easter and a blossoming Spring."
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In the photograph, which has received over 90,000 likes so far, Eugenie is wearing a floral-patterned blue maxi dress with a V-cut neckline, and she has a cardigan tucked casually over her arm.
Baby August is wrapped up in a baby carrier on Jack's chest – and both Eugenie and Jack are beaming at the camera.
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Princess Eugenie's garden has the most wonderful tree
Eugenie was wearing the BabyBjörn 'Baby Carrier Mini', which boasts rave reviews online and even comes in a funky leopard print - how cute.
Baby Carrier Mini, £90, BabyBjorn
It is unknown who would have taken the photograph, but perhaps it was a visiting member of the family, now that coronavirus restrictions permit meeting outdoors.
Eugenie and Jack welcomed their first child earlier this year
It is not the first time that we have seen their blooming gardens, as back in March Princess Eugenie shared a beautiful Mother's Day snap revealing a very impressive bed of daffodils. The image was posted on 14 March 2021, and it showed baby August lying in the vibrant garden.
This home was once the UK residence of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, before they made the move to America, and during their time here it is believed that Meghan also planted several flowers.
Princess Eugenie also has lovely flower beds
When their son Archie Harrison was born Chrysanthemums Direct unveiled a Chrysanthemum named after him, and it is thought these yellow blooms are planted within the grounds. The place must look just like The Chelsea Flower Show!
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