Princess Eugenie’s husband Jack Brooksbank turned 34 on Sunday, and the Queen’s granddaughter marked the special occasion by sharing a series of sweet photographs on social media.
The first was an unseen black-and-white picture from the pair’s wedding day back in October 2018. The second image shows the tequila ambassador walking through a beautiful flower garden. “Happy Birthday my love,” Eugenie captioned the Instagram post.
Many people commented on the post and wished Jack a happy birthday, with one person writing: “Happy birthday Jack, have a wonderful day.” Another commented: “Happy birthday. You look like such a warm and happy couple.” While a third said: “So gorgeous!”
Eugenie’s mother Sarah Ferguson also wished her son-in-law a happy birthday, sharing a beautiful image of Jack and Eugenie from their wedding reception. She wrote: “Happy Birthday my ‘James Bond’ son-in-law… you are such a huge heart of goodness.”
It comes after Eugenie and Jack celebrated their 10th-anniversary last month. Eugenie shared two loved-up snaps of herself and Jack, which appear to have been taken on the grounds of the couple’s home, Ivy Cottage, as they self isolate due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The first image shows the couple, dressed similarly in casual checked shirts, smiling widely at the camera, while the second snap shows them staring lovingly at one another. “Jack and I are celebrating our 10th anniversary today… and we are lucky enough to be together at this time,” the 30-year-old royal wrote on Instagram.
The couple met in the luxury Swiss ski resort of Verbier in 2010 and Jack popped the question eight years later in Nicaragua. They tied the knot in a lavish ceremony at Windsor Castle in October 2018.
And it comes just weeks after Eugenie’s older sister Princess Beatrice was forced to call off her May wedding to fiance Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Beatrice was set to wed the property tycoon at the Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace in London on May 29 with a reception hosted by Queen Elizabeth II to follow at Buckingham Palace. However, those plans won’t be happening anytime soon.
“There are no plans to switch venues or hold a bigger wedding. They aren’t even thinking about their wedding at this time,” a spokesperson for the couple told People. “There will come a time to rearrange, but that’s not yet.”