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India Hicks shares a glimpse at her son Conrad's 17th birthday

por Annis Hull (2020-05-16)


Prince Charles' goddaughter has shared a glimpse at her son's 17th birthday in lockdown at their sprawling family home in the Bahamas.

India Hicks, 51, who was a bridesmaid at the Prince's wedding to Diana and is 678th in line to the throne, celebrated her son's birthday this week by baking him a corona-themed cake, along with delicious donuts.

The aristocrat was born in Lambeth, London, but moved to the Caribbean 23 years ago with long term partner David Flint Wood in 1996, before they welcomed their first child a year later.

The couple share the sprawling white-washed villa - which boasts a pool and sea views - with their sons Felix, 21, Amory, 19, Conrad, 17, and daughter Domino, 11, and Wesley, 22, who she adopted when he was 15, after his mother - a Bahamian waitress- sadly died.   






India Hicks shared a touching throwback photo of Conrad as a toddler, and wrote: 'One moment to the next...SWIPE. - Happy 17th birthday to our most gentle giant. How we love you. @conradflintwood'







She then posted a picture of her and Conrad embracing in the exact same pose, almost two decades later







And making sure the family still made his day special, India revealed they had booked a 'Corona cake'


India shared a touching throwback photo of Conrad as a toddler, and wrote: 'One moment to the next...SWIPE. - Happy 17th birthday to our most gentle giant. How we love you. @conradflintwood'.

She then posted a picture of her and Conrad embracing in the exact same pose, almost two decades later. 






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And making sure the family still made his day special, India revealed they had booked a 'Corona cake', writing: 'I made Conrad a Corona cake. I thought it was a remarkable likeness to him- until Domino said "Is that a girl?" 

'And who knew marshmallows were the main ingredient in icing? Seriously.'






India Hicks, 51, who was a bridesmaid at the Prince's wedding to Diana and is 678th in line to the throne, celebrated her son's birthday this week by baking him a corona-themed cake, 카지노사이트추천 along with delicious donuts







She later shared an instagram story as she baked donuts from scratch with daughter Domino, before they went around distributing them to the family







'Donuts versus Latin', she asked, before adding: 'I think we have a strong case for quitting school', with a picture of the finished results


The cake, in the form of a shape, featured a blue mask in a nod to the current pandemic.

She later shared an instagram story as she baked donuts from scratch with daughter Domino, before they went around distributing them to the family.

'Donuts versus Latin', she asked, before adding: 'I think we have a strong case for quitting school', with a picture of the finished results. 

Following the island's four-day-a-week lockdown, India has shared their glamorous life of al fresco meals cooked by her children, painting and homeschooling in their airy library room, beach walks and family games by the beach. 






The cake, in the form of a shape, featured a blue mask in a nod to the current pandemic







Following the island's four-day-a-week lockdown, India has shared their glamorous life of al fresco meals cooked by her children, painting and homeschooling in their airy library room, beach walks and family games by the beach


In a 2016 interview with Business Insider, India cited her grandmother - the last Vicereine of India Edwina Mountbatten- as her professional inspiration.

Despite being extremely wealthy, India has been labelled 'unusual' as one of the few British heiresses to earn their own income.

In 2015 she launched India Hicks Style, an e-commerce business which sells jewellery, accessories, make-up and homeware, with products ranging between £15 to £400 - but announced over the summer that it would be closing down. 

India, daughter of the late interior designer, David Hicks, and Lady Pamela Hicks, daughter of the 1st Earl Mountbatten, frequently shares pictures of her porch and pool, as well as the exotic harvested fruits from her grounds. 

Her sitting room contains a copy of Walter de la Mare's Desert Islands, illustrated by the artist Rex Whistler, who painted panels for the boudoir of her grandmother, Edwina Mountbatten, in London, along with a shark's jaw from her travels in Kenya.

The former Ralph Lauren model, who is the second cousin to the Prince Of Wales, also shares her house with two dogs, two cats and a tortoise, along with three-legged dachshund Banger, who was run over by a drunk tourist and had to have one of his back paws amputated.






The couple share the sprawling white-washed home - which boasts a pool and sea views - with their sons Felix, 21, Amory, 19, Conrad, 16, and daughter Domino, 11, and Wesley, 22, (far right) who she adopted when he was 15, after his mother - a Bahamian waitress- sadly died


 



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