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Princess Eugenie has moved back into Ivy Cottage as the royal prepares to welcome her second child into the world. The three-bedroom home is located just a short drive away from Portland Hospital – which is where Eugenie gave birth to their first child in February 2021. According to Sarah Ferguson, who has recently spoken to ¡HOLA! TV about her daughter’s pending birth, Eugenie’s second child is “due by the end of May”.

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Despite moving back into Ivy Cottage, Eugenie and Jack – along with their two-year-old son – have also been staying at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.

They moved into Frogmore Cottage – which was formerly occupied by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle – during her pregnancy.

However, with her due date drawing in, the couple decided to move back into Ivy Cottage to be closer to the London-based hospital.

Ivy Cottage also holds some sweet memories for the couple as it was their first home together. The couple officially lived in Ivy Cottage for two and a half years.

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Eugenie announced the exciting news of her second pregnancy back in January, via an Instagram post.

The 33-year-old wrote: “We’re so excited to share that there will be a new addition to our family this summer.”

She captioned this under a photo of her son kissing her growing bump, the royal beaming with excitement.

Earlier this month, Eugenie stepped out to join the rest of the Royal Family at the celebrations for the King’s Coronation.

Princess Beatrice stepped in to represent her pregnant sister at the Chelsea Flower Show earlier this week.

Following the event, Eugenie took to Instagram to share a picture from the event. She write that she was a “proud” patron of the company and that her sister really enjoyed the event.