Princess Eugenie gives rare glimpse at new home after ditching Frogmore in emotional video


PRINCESS EUGENIE gave fans a brief glimpse into the garden of her latest settlement after moving out of Frogmore cottage.

One of her latest charity videos is believed to have been filmed in Kensington Palace as she recorded a video in support of the Teenage Cancer Trust. It is believed the couple are living there after it emerged the Princess and Mr Brooksbank had moved out of Frogmore Cottage just six weeks after first moving in.

The property, situated on the Queen’s Windsor estate, is owned by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

The video shows Eugenie standing in front of foliage, with a number of bushes and shrubs behind her.

Right at the back there is an olden style stone wall made with reddish coloured bricks.

The clip was part of a compilation video released to mark ICAP Charity Day which took place last week.


“We just want to say a big thank you to you” (Image: @TeenageCancer)


A glimpse at Eugenie’s London garden can be seen in the clip (Image: GETTY)

In the video Eugenie said: “Hello everyone at ICAP, I just wanted to say thank you so much from me on behalf of the Teenage Cancer Trust, that I’ve been supporting for many years now.



“These people would be alone and not having the support that the Teenage Cancer Trust gives them.

“We just want to say a big thank you to you – you guys are amazing for doing this.”

The Teenage Cancer Trust was launched in 1990 to support the treatment of young people, aged 13-24, who are suffering from cancer.

It helps fund specialist teenage focused cancer units at NHS hospitals.

On its website the group says: “Young people shouldn’t have to face cancer alone.

“We’re the only UK charity dedicated to providing the specialised nursing care and support they need.”

Eugenie announced she is pregnant for the first time on September 25.


Ricky Wilson from the Kaiser Chiefs also recorded a video of support (Image: GETTY)


Princess Eugenie with her sister Beatrice (Image: GETTY)


The Princess married Jack Brooksbank, a brand ambassador who worked in hospitality, back in October 2018.

Singer-songwriter Ricky Wilson, frontman for the Kaiser Chiefs, also appears in the Teenage Cancer Trust video.

He comments: “Their work couldn’t be more important, particularly now during this pandemic as young people face increased isolation.

“Every day seven young people aged 13 to 24 are told the news they have cancer, throwing their lives into chaos.


Jack Brooksbank married Princess Eugenie in 2018 (Image: EXPRESS )


“ICAP support is critical to ensure the Teenage Cancer Trust can be there to support young people throughout their cancer journey.”

Eugenie and Mr Brooksbank recently moved out of Frogmore cottage, a property given to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as a wedding present by the Queen back in 2018.

However, as Harry and Meghan stepped down from frontline royal duties in March, and now live in California, the property was no longer needed.

The Duke and Duchess have repaid the taxpayers money spent refurbishing the cottage whilst they still planned to live there.


The 2018 wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank (Image: GETTY)


Instead, Eugenie and her husband have moved back to Kensington Palace, where’s it’s believed the latest video was filmed.

Eugenie and Mr Brooksbank met back in 2010 at Verbier, a Swiss ski resort.

Jack proposed to the princess in January 2018 whilst on holiday in Nicaragua.


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