Princess Eugenie Shares Adorable Childhood Snaps, Becomes First British Princess To Have Her Own Personal Instagram

Princess Eugenie became the first British princess to create a personal Instagram account as she shared an array of heartfelt posts over the weekend.

The 27-year-old, who announced her engagement to Jack Brooksbank in January, kicked things off by posting a powerful video of her in London talking about her struggle with scoliosis.

The royal posted the clip to celebrate International Women’s Day, with her insisting that it had been the public that had encouraged her “not to get disheartened or to give up” after she was forced to live her day-to-day life with metal rods in her back.

Eugenie also took to her profile Monday to post an adorable pic of herself yawning while being held by her mother Sarah, the Duchess of York.


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Good Morning Monday!

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Her latest photo comes a day after she shared another sweet childhood snap to mark the U.K.’s Mother’s Day, with her grinning alongside her sister, Princess Beatrice, while wearing a cute pink dress.

Eugenie’s picture-posting didn’t end there, with her also sharing a never-before-seen snap taken for her engagement shoot at Kensington Palace.

The photo sees Eugenie and her husband-to-be grinning while holding hands. Social media users immediately took to the comments section in droves to gush about how adorable the pair were.

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Think Jack said something funny!

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Despite Eugenie being more than willing to share snippets of her personal life with fans, Prince Harry’s wife-to-be, Meghan Markle, chose to delete all of her social media accounts earlier this year ahead of the big royal wedding on May 19.

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