KEY POINTS

  • Princess Eugenie may already be pregnant
  • Princess Eugenie may have dropped a pregnancy clue last week 
  • Princess Eugenie could welcome her first child next year

Princess Eugenie may have dropped a distinct clue that she’s finally expecting her first child with Jack Brooksbank.

Last week, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s youngest child attended the Queen’s Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace. A few photos of the royal were uploaded online, but it was evident that they only featured her shoulders and face.

On the same day, Princess Eugenie and her husband attended the engagement party of Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi at Chiltern Firehouse. But according to Express, no photos of Princess Eugenie were shared online while she was at the event.

The lack of photos was seen as a clue that Princess Eugenie is pregnant and trying to hide her growing baby bump from the public. It is not unlikely for the royal to be pregnant since she and Brooksbank have been married since Oct. 12, 2018.

It is also common for female royals to hide their growing baby bumps before an official announcement is made by the palace. Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle also did the same thing during their respective pregnancies.

Meanwhile, some bookmakers are also convinced that Princess Eugenie will be welcoming her first child next year. Katie Baylis, a spokesperson for Betfair, revealed that the odds of princess Eugenie getting pregnant are at 2/1.

Baylis also said that it is not unlikely for Markle, Middleton, and Princess Beatrice to have a baby next year. But based on the latest odds, the Duchess of Cambridge is the least likely to have a fourth child.

While speaking with Express, Ladbrokes spokesperson Alex Apati also said that their odds for Princess Eugenie to welcome her first child next year are at ½.

“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.

Princess Eugenie Pictured: Princess Eugenie ride in their carriage after their Royal wedding at St. George's Chapel on October 12, 2018 in Windsor, England. Photo: Getty Images/Chris Jackson