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Princess Eugenie shares sweet photo of son August dressed in a monster outfit for Halloween

Princess Eugenie has delighted royal fans by sharing a sweet photo of her son August Brooksbank dressed in a monster ensemble to celebrate Halloween.

The Queen’s granddaughter, 31, revealed glimpses of her eight-month-old firstborn playing with a soft, yellow Minion toy while wearing a blue costume, with six eyes and orange horns.

Eugenie shared the photo on Instagram yesterday, saying, “Wonder what they’re talking about…” alongside a collection of spooky emojis.

In another shot posted to her stories, the royal family had her little one — whose face was not facing the camera — crawl.

Princess Eugenie has delighted royal fans by sharing a sweet picture (pictured) of her son August Brooksbank dressed in a monster ensemble to celebrate Halloween

Princess Eugenie has delighted royal fans by sharing a sweet picture (pictured) of her son August Brooksbank dressed in a monster ensemble to celebrate Halloween

Eugenie shared the photo on Instagram yesterday, saying, “I wonder what they’re talking about…” alongside a collection of spooky emojis

The daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson welcomed her first child, who is the 13th in line to the throne, with husband Jack Brooksbank at London’s Portland Hospital on February 9.

Elsewhere, Eugenie also shared a photo of a carved pumpkin, in which three owl figures appeared to have been carved.

“My attempt at a scary pumpkin in 2021,” she captioned the photo, before adding to the August photo: “At least my little Halloween monster is scary…”

In another shot posted to her stories, the royal family had her little one — whose face was not facing the camera — crawl.

In another shot posted to her stories, the royal family had her little one — whose face was not facing the camera — crawl.

In another shot posted to her stories, the royal family had her little one — whose face was not facing the camera — crawl.

Elsewhere, Eugenie also shared a photo of a carved pumpkin, in which three owl figures appeared to have been carved.

Elsewhere, Eugenie also shared a photo of a carved pumpkin, in which three owl figures appeared to have been carved.

Elsewhere, Eugenie also shared a photo of a carved pumpkin, in which three owl figures appeared to have been carved.

Meanwhile, Eugenie joined survivors of modern slavery this week for an art therapy course in West London.

The royal, who founded the charity The Anti-Slavery Collective, was seen visiting a Salvation Army outreach center wearing a stunning £139 blue Whistles dress.

The mother-of-one proved her artistic flair with an impressive landscape photo depicting a mountain scene after participants were asked to paint murals themed ‘what freedom meant to every survivor’.

The Duke of York’s youngest daughter wrote the artwork with her initials ‘EY’, for Eugenie York.

Meanwhile, Eugenie joined survivors of modern slavery for an art therapy course in West London this week

Meanwhile, Eugenie joined survivors of modern slavery for an art therapy course in West London this week

Meanwhile, Eugenie joined survivors of modern slavery for an art therapy course in West London this week

The Duke of York's youngest daughter inscribed the artwork with her initials 'EY', for Eugenie York (her artwork can be seen in the middle)

The Duke of York's youngest daughter inscribed the artwork with her initials 'EY', for Eugenie York (her artwork can be seen in the middle)

The Duke of York’s youngest daughter inscribed the artwork with her initials ‘EY’, for Eugenie York (her artwork can be seen in the middle)

Eugenie posed next to director of Anti Trafficking and Modern Slavery, Kathy Betteridge, and Service Manager for the London Outreach of the Salvation Army, Jenny Gibson.

The royal was later pictured participating in the class, sitting at a round table in front of a whiteboard with the words ‘art therapy session’.

The Anti-Slavery Collective shared the photo on their Instagram, writing: “Yesterday our co-founder, HRH Princess Eugenie, was delighted to visit a Salvation Army outreach center to participate in an art therapy class alongside modern survivors of slavery. They painted murals on the theme of freedom and what it meant to each survivor.

“The Salvation Army offers survivors of modern slavery a wide range of services, including: confidential legal advice, health care, counseling, educational opportunities, financial support, and assistance in obtaining employment and housing.”

The mother-of-one proved her artistic flair with an impressive landscape photo depicting a mountain scene after participants were asked to paint murals themed 'what freedom meant to every survivor'.

The mother-of-one proved her artistic flair with an impressive landscape photo depicting a mountain scene after participants were asked to paint murals themed 'what freedom meant to every survivor'.

The mother-of-one proved her artistic flair with an impressive landscape photo depicting a mountain scene after participants were asked to paint murals themed ‘what freedom meant to every survivor’.

Princess Eugenie posed next to Director of Anti Trafficking and Modern Slavery, Kathy Betteridge, and Service Manager for the London Outreach of the Salvation Army, Jenny Gibson

Princess Eugenie posed next to Director of Anti Trafficking and Modern Slavery, Kathy Betteridge, and Service Manager for the London Outreach of the Salvation Army, Jenny Gibson

Princess Eugenie posed next to Director of Anti Trafficking and Modern Slavery, Kathy Betteridge, and Service Manager for the London Outreach of the Salvation Army, Jenny Gibson

Earlier this month, Eugenie celebrated her three-year anniversary with her husband Jack Brooksbank.

Jack – who shares son August Philip Hawke Brooksbank, aged eight, with Eugenie, is the European Brand Director for Casamigos tequila, founded by George Clooney and Rande Gerber.

Eugenie is believed to be on maternity leave due to her role at the Hauser & Wirth gallery, where she is a director, but she has been busy pursuing her philanthropic interests.

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