Princess Eugenie shares sweet photos to mark mother Sarah Ferguson's birthday

Plus an adorable picture of August

Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York (L) and Princess Eugenie attend The Miles Frost Fund party at Bunga Bunga Covent Garden on June 27, 2017 in London, England
(Image credit: David M. Benett / Contributor via Getty Images)

Princess Eugenie marked her mother's birthday by posting some sweet pictures of Sarah Ferguson and left her a special message.

Princess Eugenie, the daughter of the Duchess of York, took to Instagram yesterday to post some adorable pictures to mark her mother's birthday.

Sarah Ferguson, on her birthday, revealed touching 'presents' for her 63rd birthday - which turned out to be the Queen's Corgi's, Sandy and Muick, that she and the Prince of York have rehomed after the Queen passed away

The princess posted a series of photos of her mother, which looked like they were all from different walks or nature holidays together. 

The first was a selfie of her and her mother, while other photos including her husband Jack Brooksbank, sister Princess Beatrice and even one of little August. The picture, which showed Eugenie next to her mother in a park, and holding August when he was a baby, has never been seen before.

Eugenie, who just recently shared a beautiful photo to celebrate a special milestone with Jack Brooksbank, also said about the pictures of her mother: "Half an hour left to go of October 15th 2022 but better late than never.. Happy Birthday my dear mumsy! ❤️❤️❤️😘😘😘 @sarahferguson15"

The popular post had over 150,000 likes, with many wishing the Duchess of York a Happy Birthday.

Princess Eugenie and August

(Image credit: Instagram / Princess Eugenie)

Princess Eugenie regularly uses Instagram to mark important moments - and recently shared a gorgeous photo from her and Jack Brooksbank's wedding day in order to mark four years since they tied the knot. 

After the Queen passed away she also posted an adorable picture of her and her sister, when they were little with their late grandmother. She said in the post: "Our dearest Grannie, we've not been able to put much into words since you left us all.

"There have been tears and laughter, silences and chatter, hugs and loneliness, and a collective loss for you, our beloved Queen and our beloved Grannie. We, like many, thought you'd be here forever. And we all miss you terribly."

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