Sarah Ferguson, Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice
Pictured: Ferguson, Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice wait for the result of a race on day 4 of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse on June 19, 2015 in Ascot, England. Getty Images/Chris Jackson

Princess Eugenie recently shared never-before-seen photos of Princess Beatrice with their mom Sarah Ferguson.

The 28-year-old princess shared the snaps on her Instagram account to commemorate Princess Beatrice’s 30th birthday. In the first photo, a young Princess Beatrice is being cradled by Ferguson while looking straight into the camera.

Princess Eugenie also shared pictures of herself with her older sister, and one of the snaps showed the two of them lying on the grass while laughing hysterically. The siblings also posed with their mom while at an event that they attended.

“Happy 30th birthday to you Beatrice… what an amazing sister you are and we are so proud of the person you have become!” Princess Eugenie wrote.

The soon to be Mrs. Brookbank also made headlines recently after it was revealed that their future children may not hold official titles. Grant Harrold, a former royal butler, told Express, that Brooksbank himself may not be given an official title by Queen Elizabeth II.

“Not all members of the royal family are given further titles. In fact, it has become normal practice for royals not to be given titles. An example would be HRH Princess Anne’s husband not getting a title. Princess Anne’s children, Peter and Zara do not have royal titles either as they are not male lined grandchildren of the monarch (1917 letters patent),” he said.

On the contrary, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie were given royal titles because even though their mom is a commoner, their dad, Prince Andrew, is a royal. He also happens to be the son of the Queen and Prince Philip.

“Royal titles are normally reserved for more senior royals or those in direct line of male succession as we have seen with the Duke of Cambridge’s wife and children,” Harrold said.

But Carolyn Harris, a royal author, and historian said that it all depends on the Queen if she will give Brooksbank an official title. If she will, this will be announced on the morning of Princess Eugenie’s wedding. Most likely, he will be given the Earldom title.

And if the Queen gives Brooksbank an official title, his and Princess Eugenie’s future children will also be called Viscount or Lady.