Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie will share a ‘raw and emotional experience’.


Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie will share a ‘raw and emotional experience’.

PRINCESS BEATRICE and Princess Eugenie are expected to share a “raw and emotional moment” that will be treasured by the sisters, according to a source.

This year, both Beatrice, 33, and Eugenie, 31, gave birth to their first children. The sisters will face similar challenges, milestones, and joys.

According to Heidi Skudder, director of The Parent & Baby Coach, while transitioning to motherhood can be challenging at times, the close sisters will be able to count on each other’s support if they do it at the same time.

According to an expert speaker at The Baby Show, “With such a small age gap, the cousins will certainly become closer as Beatrice and Eugenie opt to spend time together in their spare time.

“The sisters appear to be really close already, but going through identical experiences with nursing, sleepless nights, and gradually acclimating to motherhood is an extraordinarily raw and emotional event that will be a valued time for them.

“As things progressively open up again post-pandemic, we’re still seeing reduced levels of support for new mothers, so having each other to confide in and spend time with will be fantastic for the sisters and will improve the baby cousins’ bonds with each other.”

On February 9, Eugenie gave birth to her son August Philip Hawke.

Sarah Ferguson’s younger daughter gave birth to her firstborn at the Portland Hospital in London, where she was also born.

Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank posed for a photo with their infant a few days after announcing the happy news, and shared it on Instagram, introducing the tot to the world.

On September 18, Beatrice gave birth to Sienna Elizabeth Mapelli Mozzi at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.

Eugenie posted two heartfelt remarks on her Instagram only hours after the princess and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi announced the news with the public via a Buckingham Palace statement, underlining the strength of their sisterly love.

“To my lovely Beabea and Edo,” read the first, which was dedicated to the new parents.

Congratulations on the arrival of your baby angel. I’m quite excited to meet her, and I’m very proud of you.

“It’ll be so much joy for us to watch our kids grow up.”

The new aunt was likewise committed. “Brinkwire News Summary.”


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