Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank start a new life between Portugal and England

Princess Eugenie of York, her husband Jack Brooksbank and their son, little August, have quietly moved to Portugal. But the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II keeps her job in London.

Sunny destiny for the princess Eugenie of York her husband Jack Brooksbank and his son august , 15 months. The youngest daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson has set sail with her small family for Portugal. And more precisely at the CostaTerra Golf and Ocean Club, a luxury resort located one hour south of Lisbon, on the Atlantic coast, reports the “daily mail “. Nothing to do with a vacation. The couple and their son moved there, discreetly.

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What’s next after this announcement?

This change of place of residence is motivated by the fact that the husband of the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II now works in Portugal. As the British tabloid explains, based on information revealed by “The Telegraph”, “36-year-old Jack Brooksbank has landed a job with real estate tycoon Mike Meldman, a long-time business partner of George Clooney.” And to clarify: “Eugénie’s husband had previously worked for the Casamigos tequila brand, which the actor helped found. It was sold to Diageo in 2017 for £550m. He now works for Mr. Meldman’s Discovery Land Company, which has been developing CostaTerra since 2019.” The outlet reports that Mike Meldman purchased a 722-acre (nearly 300-hectare) piece of land that bordered the Atlantic Ocean with an initial investment of $435. million pounds (just over 500 million euros).“The website of this resort indicates that a wellness center, an equestrian center, a community village, an 18-hole golf course will be completed by the spring of next year , 146 single-family homes and another 29 residences”, adds the newspaper.

What’s next after this announcement?

Eugenie and Jack would keep Frogmore Cottage as a base in England

If the little sister of princess beatrice moved to Portugal, he would not have given up his job in London. At a time when telecommuting has skyrocketed since the Covid-19 pandemic, the 32-year-old should continue to work as director of the London art gallery Hauser & Wirth, “on a hybrid basis”, underlines the “DailyMail” . . She would also have kept Frogmore Cottage, the house sublet by her cousin Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, on the Windsor estate as an English pied-à-terre.

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