Too cute! One day after Princess Beatrice announced she was expecting baby No. 1 with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, her sister, Princess Eugenie, took to Instagram to give her a sweet shout-out.
"It's World Bee Day!! 🐝🐝 A day to celebrate nature's most badass little friend with their black and yellow stripes.. But our furry little friends have to share today with my big sis Bea (🐝) who's got a little one on the way," Eugenie — who welcomed her first child, son August, in February — captioned two photos of her sister with her hubby. "Beabea and Edo huge congratulations on your news - can't wait to meet the little one 🥳🥳 #worldbeeday #savethebees."
Of course, people loved the adorable message. One person wrote, "So happy for your sister! All the best wishes from Greece ❤️," while another added, "I'm so happy for you guys. Sisters having kids in the same year😂😍. You sure it wasn't planned lol congrats Bea."
A third user added, "Congratulations to the loviest couple & for you in becoming an auntie 😍😍."
Mozzi also commented on the photograph, writing, "Thank you. So thrilled our little family is growing, ❤️."
On May 19, Buckingham Palace revealed the exciting news. "Her Royal Highness Princess Beatrice and Mr Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi are very pleased to announce that they are expecting a baby in autumn of this year," the announcement read. "The Queen has been informed and both families are delighted with the news."
Others think Beatrice might name their child after Sarah — her mother's name — with the odds at 8/1.
"Beatrice and Edo’s pregnancy announcement is the fantastic news that royal fans have been desperate to hear ever since the couple’s wedding," a spokesman for the website shared. "The latest betting suggests the baby will be born in October 2021 and if the odds are anything to go by, royal fans are convinced the couple is set to welcome a little baby boy."
"Beatrice and younger sister Eugenie have on numerous occasions spoken about having children at a similar time, to ensure their babies have a close bond," the message continued. "Similar to what the two sisters have with each other."