Meghan Markle and Princess Eugenie are rumored to welcome a baby before the year 2020 ends.

According to Ladbrokes spokesperson Alex Apati, there are 2/1 odds that the Duchess of Sussex will give birth by the end of 2020. At present, odds have been slashed to 8/1 with punters convinced that a pregnancy announcement is looming.

Apati also told Daily Mail that there’s a possibility that Princess Eugenie will also have her first child next year.

“Eugenie is as short as 1/2 for a 2020 baby - coupled that with the fact we've suspended betting on Beatrice tying the knot, we're anticipating next year to be the busiest ever on a royal betting front,” she said.

There are also rumors suggesting that Kate Middleton is pregnant with her fourth child. And if she’s not, the Duchess of Cambridge will most likely welcome another bundle of joy next year.

One royal fan also tweeted about the dream that she had with Prince William’s wife. She said that in the dream, Middleton told her that she’s pregnant.

“Had a dream I was chatting with Kate Middleton and she told me she was pregnant, and I said I knew she was because she changed her hair. Wouldn’t normally tweet my boring dreams but just putting this one on record in case it’s true and I’ve got the gift,” the royal fan tweeted.

But until today, Markle, Princess Eugenie, and Middleton have not yet announced or confirmed their rumored pregnancies. It has been a common practice among members of the royal family to wait until after the first trimester before they share the happy news.

Markle was in Australia for her royal engagement with Prince Harry when she announced her first pregnancy. Middleton was visibly absent from the public before her pregnancies were announced. This is because the mom of three suffers from hyperemesis gravidarum or extreme morning sickness.

Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie
Pictured: Middleton, Prince William, Markle, Prince Harry, Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice, Princess Anne and Prince Andrew attend Christmas Day Church service at Church of St Mary Magdalene on December 25, 2017 in King's Lynn, England. Getty Images/Chris Jackson