Princess Eugenie has shared a touching birthday greeting with her ‘dearest mumsy’ Sarah Ferguson.
The 32-year-old royal took to Instagram to post the message to the Duchess of York, who turned 63 on October 15.
Eugenie shared a selection of candid images featuring her mother, and wrote a caption alongside them.
It said: ‘Half an hour left to go of October 15th 2022 but better late than never.. Happy Birthday my dear mumsy!’
Princess Eugenie (left) wished her ‘dear mumsy’ Sarah Ferguson a happy birthday, taking to Instagram to share a sweet message
The Duchess of York turned 63 on October 15. Her daughter Eugenie wrote a message on Instagram to mark the occasion (pictured L-R: Jack Brooksbank, Princess Eugenie, Sarah Ferguson, Princess Beatrice)
Four photos shared by the princess, which were all taken in rural locations, showed Sarah posing with her daughters and alone.
The first image in the post showed the duchess and her daughter both beaming and looking fresh faced in casual clothing, appearing to have been snapped during a country walk.
Another two of the photographs show the duchess alone. In one, she is sitting on a rock in a stream, while in another, she appears to be striding through a wood.
A fourth snap shows Sarah posing alongside both of her daughters, Eugenie and Beatrice, as well as Eugenie’s husband Jack Brooksbank.
Another image shared by Eugenie to mark Sarah’s (pictured) birthday was this photo of the Duchess sitting on a rock during a rural walk
The candid snaps showed the royals looking happy, casual, and fresh faced as they enjoyed time in the great outdoors
Meanwhile the royal marked her birthday on Instagram herself by sharing a series of heartwarming pictures of her snuggling up with The Queen‘s corgis – calling Muick and Sandy the ‘present that keeps on giving’.
Muick and Sandy touched the hearts of millions of people when they were part of the Queen’s funeral last month, waiting outside Windsor Castle for Her Majesty’s coffin processional to pass.
Yesterday morning, the mother-of-two posted a series of photos with her 392,000 Instagram followers from one of their recent walks around the royal estate.
‘The presents that keeps giving…’: Sarah Ferguson (pictured) posted a series of heartwarming photos with the Queen’s corgis on the morning of her 63rd birthday
The two corgis, Sandy and Muick (pictured) touched people’s hearts when they were spotted outside Windsor Castle waiting for the processional of the Queen’s coffin following her Westminster Abbey funeral last month
Her Majesty’s love of corgis was well-known, and after she was gifted one of the dogs for her 18th birthday, she kept the breed for the rest of her life
In her first post, Sarah was pictured lying down on the grass as the Queen’s two beloved dogs stood side-by-side next to her.
She captioned the image: ‘The presents that keep giving…’
The Duchess then went on to share a carousel of five more pictures – showing the dogs enjoying a cuddle with their new human.
As well as sending Sarah well wishes on her birthday, followers were thrilled to see the dogs being so well looked after.
‘How heartbreakingly beautiful,’ one fan commented. ‘They are in safe, gentle hands with Sarah.’
Muick and Sandy have been settling into their new home at Royal Lodge (pictured) in Windsor with the Duke and Duchess of York
In the snaps, which are thought to have been taken at her home of the Royal Lodge in Windsor, the Duchess of York could be seen frolicking on the grass with the dogs (pictured)
‘I’m so glad they both are with you now, Sarah,’ another added. ‘Poor babies.’
‘Please keep us updated about them,’ a third wrote. ‘Good to see they are doing fine.’
Earlier this month, the Duchess said that being asked to take care of Sandy and Muick has been a ‘big honour’, according to the Telegraph.
Speaking at the Henley Literary Festival, Sarah said that she’s well aware that the two new additions to her household are ‘national treasures’ who have been ‘trained well’.
As Sarah and Andrew already shared five Norfolk terriers, the two corgis have had to integrate with them.
She said: ‘They all balance out, the carpet moves as I move but I’ve got used to it now.’