Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie share an incredibly close relationship and are sure to support each other during this difficult time for the royal family, following the death of Queen Elizabeth on Thursday, September 8. The late monarch died peacefully in Balmoral Castle at the age of 96.
However, the royal sisters seem to have spent their summer in very different circles.
Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s daughters are both adjusting to motherhood after welcoming their royal babies in 2021. They have recently had several outings with their intimate family.
From Beatrice’s unexpected trip to Glastonbury to Eugenie’s outing in St Tropez, the siblings have enjoyed the summer with their respective husbands and newborns.
But they haven’t been seen together yet.
Princess Beatrice’s Holiday to Malaga
A source told Hello Magazine that Princess Beatrice had taken the budget airline from Malaga airport to London Gatwick after flying back from a family holiday.
The source explains: “I was so shocked when I saw Princess Beatrice flying with Wizz Air.
“She was traveling with her family and had a car seat with her.”
Princess Beatrice attends Glastonbury
Thousands of festival-goers flocked to Worthy Farm in June to attend the 50th anniversary of Glastonbury, one of the world’s most iconic music festivals.
According to The Telegraph, Eugenie and her son August moved with Jack Brooksbank when he started a new business venture with real estate mogul Mike Meldman, who manages a development of 300 homes there.
Eugenie visits St Tropez
Princess Eugenie was reportedly spotted enjoying a drink in the chic coastal town on the French Riviera.
“Spotted Princess Eugenie of England leaving a bar in St Tropez!! She looked amazing,” a source told Instagram account @deuxmoi.
Eugenie now divides her time between Portugal and London.
When in London, the princess will apparently be staying at Nottingham Cottage, Prince Harry’s former home in the years before he got married.
Princess Beatrice, on the other hand, lives permanently in the UK.
The princess and Edoardo reportedly share a base at St James’s Palace in London and a home in The Cotswolds.