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Beatrice’s Sienna and Eugenie’s August may come together for special day within weeks

Beatrice's Sienna and Eugenie's August may come together for special day within weeks

Beatrice’s baby daughter was born three weeks ago but already has an important day to look forward to. And it could be topped off with meeting cousin August. 

On October 15, Sarah Ferguson is turning 62.

The York family hasn’t so far disclosed whether the Duchess of York will celebrate the birthday.

As all Covid restrictions have been lifted, Eugenie and Beatrice may decide to pay a visit to their mother on her special day in the company of their babies.

Prior to the birth of Sienna, Sarah had penned a love letter to her daughters to express her pride in their achievements. 

In it, she also expressed how happy she is to have become a grandmother in her early 60s.

In the letter, published by Good Housekeeping in mid-September, Sarah wrote: “Being 61 makes me a young grandma, and I love it.

“I smile from my heart every day, because that is how it feels to be a granny.

“I have so many fun ideas of things to do with my grandchildren, and of course they’re a perfect new audience for all my children’s books. 

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“You are resilient, calm and oh so kind, and your compassion and understanding of life give me more satisfaction than I can say and make me so deeply proud.

“I marvel at your cleverness in how you manage your lives.

“Nothing gives me more pleasure than watching you be incredible mothers.”

While Beatrice gave birth to her daughter Sienna on September 18, upon marrying Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in July last year she became stepmother to his son Christopher Woolf, known as Wolfie.  

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Over the past few months, Beatrice showed how closed she has grown to Wolfie.

In August, Beatrice’s affection was clear when she called Wolfie her “bonus son”.

And, earlier this year, she revealed how she helps Edoardo’s five-year-old with his homework during the national lockdowns.

October also provides a second reason to celebrate within the York family. 

Next week, on October 12, Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank will mark their third wedding anniversary.

The couple tied the knot following a long relationship at Windsor’s St George’s Chapel.

They welcomed their first son on February 9, and have since shared various pictures of the growing tot.

On the other hand, Beatrice and Edoardo have decided not to share a snap of their daughter for the time being. 

But, upon announcing her name on October 1, they shared a sweet photograph showing Sienna’s footprints as taken on the day she was born.

While the second name chosen for Beatrice and Edoardo’s daughter is clearly a tribute to the Queen, the first pays homage to her father’s Italian legacy.

And, according to a source, it also gives a nod to the baby’s grandmother Sarah by both referring to the colour of her hair and beginning with the same letter as the Duchess’ name.    

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Bristol come from behind to beat Bath

Steven Luatua and Jake Kerr tries, a penalty try, plus two Callum Sheedy penalties and a conversion saw Bristol come from behind to beat Bath at Ashton Gate; Bath scored tries through Will Muir (two) and Semesa Rokoduguni. Defeat means it is Bath’s worst start since 2005.

Last Updated: 01/10/21 11:11pm

Jake Kerr scored a late try as Bristol came from behind to beat Bath at home on Friday

Jake Kerr scored a late try as Bristol came from behind to beat Bath at home on Friday

Bristol condemned west country rivals Bath to a third successive Gallagher Premiership defeat of the season as they triumphed 25-20 at Ashton Gate.

The Bears, Premiership semi-finalists in each of the last two seasons, had started the campaign with two defeats but a second-half rally saw them home from nine points adrift.

A penalty try and touchdown from replacement hooker Jake Kerr erased Bath’s advantage, leaving the visitors to reflect on their worst start to a Premiership season since 2005.

Bristol claimed a first-half try by captain Steven Luatua, while fly-half Callum Sheedy kicked two penalties and a conversion as they climbed off the Premiership basement.

Wing Will Muir scored two tries for Bath and there was also a touchdown by Semesa Rokoduguni, with fly-half Orlando Bailey adding a penalty and conversion, yet a losing bonus point will not have masked their frustration.

Bristol prop Kyle Sinckler became the first of England’s British and Irish Lions in South Africa this summer to make a Premiership return.

Sinckler was among eight changes to the Bristol team crushed by Wasps last weekend, with rugby director Pat Lam also calling up the likes of centre Sam Bedlow, scrum-half Harry Randall, lock Joe Joyce and flanker Jake Heenan.

Bath were bolstered by lock Josh McNally’s return following a shoulder injury, while prop Will Stuart made a first appearance since May and Tom Ellis featured in the back row.

Sinckler made his presence felt just seven minutes into the contest, exerting sufficient pressure that his opposite number Beno Obano collapsed a scrum and Sheedy kicked the resulting penalty from 48 metres out.

Bath then went close from their first attack, but skipper Charlie Ewels knocked on close to Bristol’s line and the home side were handed a reprieve.

It did not last long, though, as Bath went ahead through a 17th-minute try for Muir, who cut back inside on a sharp angle and brushed off some weak tackling to claim a try that Bailey converted.

Bath's Will Muir scored two tries, as his side looked set for victory at Ashton Gate

Bath’s Will Muir scored two tries, as his side looked set for victory at Ashton Gate

England head coach Eddie Jones looked on as Bristol struggled for fluency, and Bath deservedly extended their advantage 13 minutes before the break when Bailey kicked a short-range penalty.

Bristol desperately needed some inspiration and it arrived on cue from their captain Luatua, who showed a turn of speed inside Bath’s 22 before throwing a dummy pass and touching down unopposed.

Sheedy failed to land the conversion, yet Bristol were back in the contest as half-time approached.

But Bath added a second try, after centre Max Ojomoh’s effort was disallowed following a knock-on, when flanker Sam Underhill found Rokoduguni with a brilliant pass to make it 15-8 at the break.

Rokoduguni began the second period by putting his team under pressure when he committed a high tackle inside his own 22, handing Bristol a strong attacking platform.

Although the home side could not register a try, they collected points when Sheedy kicked a penalty to cut the deficit to four midway through the third quarter.

Bath collected a third try after 52 minutes when Muir finished superbly following outstanding approach play by his colleagues that included sharp work from Ojomoh after a clever kick into space by Bailey.

It looked promising for the visitors, but Bristol responded when referee Ian Tempest awarded them a penalty for Bath pulling down a maul as the home pack drove relentlessly from close range, with Ellis also sin-binned.

Ellis’ team-mate Tom Dunn then also collected a yellow card and Bristol immediately punished their opponents through Kerr’s clinching try, holding on despite late Bath pressure.

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‘Forgotten factor to blame for HGV shortage!’ IR35 warning as changes come into force

'Forgotten factor to blame for HGV shortage!' IR35 warning as changes come into force

AN IR35 warning is being issued to Britons, with one organisation warning the changes introduced earlier in the year are a key issue in “driving the HGV crisis”. Currently, there are a shortage of Heavy Goods Vehicle drivers due to the ongoing Covid pandemic, Brexit changes, and a number of other contributing factors.'Forgotten factor to blame for HGV shortage!' IR35 warning as changes come into force

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