Gearing up for a new arrival? Princess Beatrice is spotted carrying baby balloons galore days after attending the Coronation with her pregnant sister Eugenie
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An excited Princess Beatrice was spotted carrying several balloons in London this afternoon.
The royal, 34, was seen speaking on the phone in Belgravia, holding a number of balloons, including one shaped like an elephant and another reading ‘baby.’
Beatrice, who is a mother-of-one, hurried along the street, balloons in hand, dressed in a loose striped jacket paired with a silky £129 skirt from Whistles and a white tee.
Just a few days ago, she attended several events to mark the Coronation of King Charles with her pregnant sister Eugenie, who is expecting her second child.
Just two days ago, Eugenie shared pictures of her older sister and her as they attended a street party for the Coronation in Chalfont St Giles on Sunday, before heading to the Coronation Concert in Windsor.
Princess Eugenie announced in January that she’s expecting her second child in the summer, but it’s not clear how far along she is or when she’s due to give birth.
An excited Princess Beatrice was spotted carrying several balloons in London this afternoon, as her sister Princess Eugenie is expecting her second child
Today, Beatrice seemed to be having an animated conversation on the phone as she carried no less than five balloons with her.
One was shape like an elephant and two other were shaped like a blue and silver heart, while two others read the word ‘Baby,’ suggesting that the royal could be on her way to a maternity ward.
For the occasion she donned a casual look, with the shimmery silky skirt in burnt orange matching the strips of her loose jacket.
She paired it with a pair of white trainers, and held her essentials in a black handbag.
Her strawberry blonde locks were styled straight and tucked behind her ears as the royal donned a fresh face without makeup.
This outing comes as her sister has been expecting her second child, having announced her pregnancy in January.
The youngest daughter of Prince Andrew and the Duchess of York shared the news posting an adorable snap on Instagram showing two-year-old August kissing her stomach, writing: ‘We’re so excited to share that there will be a new addition to our family this summer.’
Eugenie gave birth to her first son August Philip Hawke Brooksbank, who is 13th-in-line to the throne, at London’s Portland Hospital in February 2021.
Beatrice was seen carrying no less than five balloons today, including two that read ‘baby’ and one shaped like an elephant
Beatrice, who is already the aunt of August, Eugenie’s firstborn, was spotted with the balloons in central London
The mother-of-one could be seen speaking on the phone wearing a skirt from Whistle with a striped jacket and Gucci trainers
Beatrice cut a casual figure in the loose fit, and donned a fresh face, her long strawberry blonde hair tucked behind her ears
Posting a tribute on Instagram to her youngest daughter at the time of Eugenie’s pregnancy announcement, Fergie wrote: ‘You will be sharing puddles, Augie! Superb news, Granny heaven…. So deeply grateful.’
Meanwhile Fergie also shared a snapshot of the little toddler playing in a puddle in the pouring rain.
In the snap, the youngster, two, donned a bright yellow rain mac as he played in the grounds of a country house.
In a statement released at the time, Buckingham Palace said: ‘Princess Eugenie and Mr Jack Brooksbank are pleased to announce they are expecting their second child this summer.
The royal, who celebrated the King’s Coronation last week, appeared to have an animated conversation on her phone
Who are the balloons for? Beatrice is stepping out as her sister Eugenie, 33, is expecting her second child
The mother-of-one hurried along in the street, carrying the balloons in each hand this afternoon
‘The family are delighted and August is very much looking forward to being a big brother.’
While it is not known where the photo of the princess and August was taken, it appeared to have been captured in the beginning of the year.
In the post, the mother-of-one beamed down at her young son, who snuggled into her tummy enthusiastically.
It is not currently known whether she is expecting a boy or a girl.
Eugenie and Jack, 36, began dating in 2011 and confirmed their relationship in an appearance at Royal Ascot that year.
Last week, Beatrice and Eugenie attended a street party in Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire, to mark the King’s Coronation
Princess Eugenie, pictured with her son August, announced she was expecting her second child in January
When Eugenie left London to work for an auction house in New York in 2013, the pair maintained a long-distance relationship.
At the time, Jack told The Daily Mail: ‘We spend a lot of time on Skype. It’s great. We’re still very much together.’
In 2015 the princess returned to London where the pair grew ever closer – and they sparked engagement rumours the following year.
But it was not until January 2018 that Jack popped the question while the pair were away in Nicaragua.
Then in October that year. Eugenie announced her first pregnancy in a similar fashion, posting on Instagram at the same time the palace announced the news.
When he was born, August weighed 8lb 1oz and the couple broke with tradition by immediately sharing a black-and-white photo to Eugenie’s Instagram of them holding their newborn’s tiny hand.
She followed the post with three blue hearts after welcoming her son at the luxury private hospital where Meghan Markle also gave birth to her son, Archie.
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