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Princess Eugenie has shared a glimpse of her cosy living room as she marked her husband Jack Brooksbank’s first Father’s Day.
The granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth, 31, who is 11th in line to the throne, shared a set of candid snaps of her husband with their four month old son August Philip Hawke including one in their living room at Frogmore Cottage.
Brand ambassador Jack, 35, was pictured fast asleep with his adorable newborn resting on his chest at the couple’s beautiful Grade II-listed home which is part of Home Park in Windsor.
Taking a closer look at the space, we can see that the couple have opted for a neutral colour scheme of cream walls which is very different from the rich red and gold hues seen in many royal homes.
Jack was seen resting on their white fabric sofa which featured an assortment of scatter cushions adorned with pom-poms and a black-striped design.
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A selfie of Jack with August also appears to have been taken in their hallway with two doors leading to various rooms and a security alarm fixed on the wall.
We can see that the couple have opted for pale green walls and cream woodwork to create a cosy feel to the pretty cottage.
Princess Eugenie captioned the snaps: “Happy Father's Day to you my love.. you are the ultimate father to our boy!!”
Their stunning home sits in front of a beautiful lake and Frogmore House, which is where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle hosted their wedding reception in 2018.
Inside, Frogmore Cottage is reported to have five bedrooms, a kitchen, living room and nursery.
Although we have not been privy to photographs of the interior of the cottage we can make a pretty good guess as to what it would look like inside.
This is because the cottage was decorated by Vicky Charles, the interior designer and mastermind behind luxury members club Soho Farmhouse.
Harry and Meghan renovated the property to the cost of £2.4 million of taxpayer money.
Although this caused them to come under fire from critics a spokesman for the family stated that the building was “earmarked for renovation" and that the couple paid for all “fixtures and fittings” themselves.
However, speaking in 2016 after the opening of Soho Farmhouse, Vicky discussed how designing a hotel is different to a personal space, saying: "Private homes are incredibly different.
“The clients come to us because they want the Soho House aesthetic but you have to make it right for that family or whoever lives there in their space, so it’s not a cookie cutter thing you can just drop in.
"Someone’s home is so much more personal. There’s the obvious stuff of not worrying about mini bars, but there's also a different level of comfort – it’s fascinating."
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