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Sarah Ferguson shares gushing post for Eugenie’s birthday

Every mother wants to make sure their child’s birthday is special, and Sarah Ferguson is certainly no exception. 

The Duchess of York celebrated Princess Eugenie’s 28th birthday today with two very heart-felt Instagram posts.

The proud mother-of-two shared a childhood snap of her youngest daughter with a special caption thanking her for the ‘joy she brings’ and using her pet name, ‘Eugie Boogie’. 

The Duchess of York celebrated Princess Eugenie’s 28th birthday with this touching Instagram post, featuring a childhood photo of her daughter and a message calling her ‘Eugie Boogie’

The proud mother-of-two received comments from dozens of well-wishers on  the post

The proud mother-of-two received comments from dozens of well-wishers on the post

Fergie kicked off the day by sharing a picture of an elephant birthday balloon with the words ‘Happy Birthday my Eugie’, tagging her daughter in the caption.

An hour later she followed up with a picture of Eugenie as a child, with the message: ‘Ohh the joy you bring to all our lives .. thank you and happy birthday my darling Eugie Boogie.’

The sweet post received dozens of comments from well-wishers, with many praising the ‘beautiful’ princess.  

Fergie has previously taken to Instagram to celebrate her daughter's engagement to Jack Brooksbank, pictured together in January. The couple will tie the knot in Windsor this October

Fergie has previously taken to Instagram to celebrate her daughter’s engagement to Jack Brooksbank, pictured together in January. The couple will tie the knot in Windsor this October

Fergie kicked off the day by sharing a picture of an elephant birthday balloon with the words 'Happy Birthday my Eugie', tagging her daughter in the caption

Fergie kicked off the day by sharing a picture of an elephant birthday balloon with the words ‘Happy Birthday my Eugie’, tagging her daughter in the caption

One wrote: ‘Happy birthday to your sweet daughter. She’s just lovely.’ Another posted: ‘Sweet sweet child many blessings to you.’ 

Bride-to-be Eugenie, who will tie the knot with Jack Brooksbank in October, marked the occasion with an Instagram post yesterday. 

She shared a childhood photo of herself as a child on an outing with her parents and sister, Princess Beatrice, now 29, with the caption: ‘Going into my birthday tomorrow like….’  

Bride-to-be Eugenie, who will tie the knot with Jack Brooksbank in October, marked the occasion with this Instagram post yesterday

Bride-to-be Eugenie, who will tie the knot with Jack Brooksbank in October, marked the occasion with this Instagram post yesterday

The royal, who joined Instagram earlier this month, appeared to be excited for the festivities

The royal, who joined Instagram earlier this month, appeared to be excited for the festivities

Eugenie posted the image on her private Instagram account, which she launched earlier this month.

On Saturday, she shared a sweet snap of her and elder sister Princess Beatrice, who is seen rolling her eyes to the ceiling and poking out her tongue.

The sisters had been attending wedding celebrations for Prince Christian of Hanover in Peru over the weekend. 

This week has already been busy for the royal. 

Eugenie was joined by fiance Jack Brooksbank at the first night of Teenage Cancer Trust concert series at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Monday night, pictured

Eugenie was joined by fiance Jack Brooksbank at the first night of Teenage Cancer Trust concert series at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Monday night, pictured

On Monday she looked stylish in a black collared shirt dress as she arrived at the first night of Teenage Cancer Trust concert series at the Royal Albert Hall in London. 

Eugenie announced her engagement to Jack back in January, after the wine merchant popped the question when the couple were on holiday in Nicaragua.

The wedding will take place on October 12, in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, where Prince Harry and Meghan will also be tying the knot. 



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