The Duke of York’s youngster daughter gave birth to her son August Brooksbank in February. Last August, while still pregnant, she filmed a programme for Sky Arts at Buckingham Palace.
She was joined by art historian Kate Bryan to speak about the Masterpieces in the Queen’s Gallery Buckingham Palace exhibition.
The 31-year-old, who studied art history and English literature at Newcastle University, posted a clip of herself and a short snippet from the show on Instagram today.
She wrote: “I had the privilege of recording an episode for Sky Arts at Buckingham Palace in The Queens Gallery talking about the magnificent exhibition ‘Masterpieces from Buckingham Palace’ on view now until 13 February 2022.
“Tune in tonight at 8pm on Sky Arts to see the show and go see the remarkable exhibition whilst you can.”
In a clip from the programme, filmed at The Queens Gallery, she goes on to talk about her love of art.
The princess said: “I think I wanted to be an artist – definitely – but the extent of my artistry was papier-mâché presents for my parents’ at Christmas or birthdays.”
She added: “I actually studied a painting from the Royal Collection at school when I was 16.”
The exhibition is set to bring together some of the most important paintings in the Royal Collection, usually only on public view during the annual Summer Opening of the Palace.
Eugenie, who married Jack Brooksbank in October 2018, regularly shares updates about her work and charities on social media.
She also posts snippets of her life with baby August, including an adorable video of the tot wearing an England sleepsuit during the Euro 2020 tournament.
August Philip Hawke Brooksbank was born on 21 February at London’s Portland Hospital.
His middle names pay tribute to Eugenie’s late grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh who died in April, and one of Mr Brooksbank’s ancestors, Rev. Edward Hawke.
Shortly after his birth the couple released an adorable photo of the three of them.
Both parents were visibly beaming as the cooed over the new born.
Alongisde the image, Eugenie wrote: “On his grandfather’s birthday weekend, thinking of my grandfather, we are introducing our little boy.
“He is named after his great grandfather and both of his great x5 grandfathers.”
Sadly Prince Philip was in hospital at the time and died just weeks later.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK