Princess Eugenie in-laws house royal baby ready with security mad CCTV and bag searches | Royal | News (Reports)


Eugenie and husband Jack Brooksbank are used to living in secure properties that afford them the highest personal protection. Over the last year the newly married couple have spent time living in a number of different properties. They have at various times resided at Ivy Cottage in Kensington Palace, with Princess Eugenie’s parents at the Royal Lodge and of course at Frogmore Cottage.

All these magnificent residences have one thing in common.

They are part of gated communities, with extensive CCTV coverage, affording maximum security.

And should the young royal couple decide to spend time with Jack’s parents, then they will be able to rest assured that they will be safely protected.

George and Nicola Brooksbank own a period conversion in Wandsworth, south London.

According to the Daily Telegraph, the property is located within a gated community.

Jack is a descendant of the Brooksbank baronets and is reportedly a distant cousin of Princess Eugenie.

His father is a chartered accountant and a company director.

He and Princess Eugenie are expecting their first child in February.

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