Princess Eugenie, Meghan Markle, and Kate Middleton may give birth to more royal babies next year.

Bookmakers Ladbrokes recently shared their latest odds for royal births and said that Princess Eugenie is at the top of their list. Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s youngest daughter tied the knot with Jack Brooksbank last year. But until today, they have not made any announcement regarding Princess Eugenie’s pregnancy.

Alex Apati, a spokesperson for Ladbrokes, told Express that the odds for Princess Eugenie to welcome her first child in 2020 are at 1/2. The Duchess of Sussex currently stands at odds of 6/4, while the Duchess of Cambridge stands at odds of 3/1.

“We’re strapping ourselves in for a baby-filled 2020 with three royal births looking likely if the latest odds are anything to go by. And with Beatrice set to tie the knot it looks as though her sister may share the limelight with baby number one potentially on the way!” he said.

In September, the same predictions were made regarding Princess Eugenie, Markle, and Middleton’s future pregnancies. Bookmakers TV said that Princess Eugenie and Brooksbank will announce the former’s pregnancy before the year ends.

“The odds of Eugenie and Jack sharing some good news soon have taken another plunge with the latest betting definitely suggests an announcement may be around the corner. As always, Royal watchers would love to see another royal baby, with some punters even suggesting the Queen may have three new grand-children during 2020, as odds plummet to 5/1,” a source said.

However, an announcement still hasn’t been made today.

Meanwhile, pregnancy rumors have also been surrounding Markle and Middleton throughout the past couple of months. Just recently, New Idea claimed that Prince William’s wife is pregnant with twins.

Eagle-eyed royal watchers have also been speculating on Markle’s pregnancy because they oftentimes see her touching her stomach. But since pregnancy announcements are only made by the palace or the royal themselves, these claims should be taken with a grain of salt.