Princess Beatrice’s baby Sienna and Princess Eugenie’s son August will grow up to be great friends.
Experts predict that Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie’s children will form a close bond.
According to parenting experts, Princess Beatrice’s daughter Sienna Elizabeth Mapelli Mozzi and Princess Eugenie’s son August Philip Hawke Brooksbank will be “drawn closer” by the short age gap between them and their moms’ tight friendship. Beatrice and Eugenie’s newborns will experience identical milestones, challenges, and wonderful moments virtually at the same time because their births were only a few months apart.
Given their close relationship, Beatrice and Eugenie are sure to spend a lot of time with their newborn children.
This will “inevitably draw the cousins together,” according to analyst Heidi Skudder.
“Growing up together with such a small age gap will naturally pull the cousins together as Beatrice and Eugenie choose to spend time together in their free time,” said the director of The Parent & Baby Coach and professional speaker at The Baby Show.
“Post pandemic, we are still seeing lower levels of support for new mothers as things start to slowly open up again,” the expert explained, adding that having each other to confide in and spend time with will be wonderful for the sisters and will strengthen the baby cousins’ relationships with each other.”
Lucy Shrimpton, a parenting specialist, also believes that Sienna and August’s age will have a favorable impact on their relationship.
“This will surely have an impact on the attachment between Eugenie’s son, August, and Beatrice’s young girl,” the founder of The Sleep Nanny said of the children being so close in age.
“Being born within seven months of each other means the babies will hit the same milestones at the same time and will have a lot in common throughout their lives,” she continued.
“With playdates, plenty of family time, and the fact that they have so much in common, August and his new cousin will probably start to feel more like brother and sister after a while, creating an enviable bond that will hopefully serve them well for the rest of their lives, especially lives as public as theirs are.”
In February, Princess Eugenie’s son was born. “Brinkwire News Summary.”