Since January 4, and until March, England has been plunged back into total confinement. And it is with her parents, at the Royal Lodge in Windsor, that Princess Eugenie will spend the next few weeks (because despite their separation, Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew have decided to continue living under the same roof). The young woman left to settle there with her husband Jack Brooksbank.
The crowned heads expert, Omid Scobie – who is the author of the new biography on Meghan Markle and Harry -, explained in the podcast “The HeirPod” that they had deposited their luggage in the residence a little before the holidays Christmas … and that they had never returned. They had only been living at Frogmore Cottage, the former residence of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for six weeks.
“Harry and Meghan opened the doors to the house for the couple and then suddenly a report said they had moved. No one really knew where they were,” he explained first. According to him, the couple could most certainly spend several months there, and leave the place later in the year. During the first confinement, the granddaughter of Elizabeth II had already made the choice to take refuge in the house of her childhood, which had particularly delighted her mother. “During my forties, I really enjoyed spending more time with Eugenie and Jack,” she said, whose comments were reported by the Daily Mail.
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank future parents
In the coming weeks, the daughter of Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew will give birth to her first child, who will not be entitled to a royal title. According to a close relative of the future parents, they should not opt for a strict education. “Eugenie is such a fun person but very caring too. I think she will be a bohemian parent, much like her mom, while Jack will be calm,” he told People. The sex of the newborn is, for the moment, not known.
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