Princess Eugenie sparked pregnancy rumors after she was spotted with a baby bump in her black mini dress.

A netizen shared snaps of Princess Eugenie while talking on the phone on Twitter. It was taken while she was walking in the streets of London.

There is no doubt that Prince William and Prince Harry’s cousin looks good in her black mini dress. However, some noticed that she sported a baby bump beneath her lace ensemble. This only fueled the rumors that Princess Eugenie is expecting her first baby with husband Jack Brooksbank.

“Pregnant?” one asked.

“Does look a bit like a bump,” another added.

Meanwhile, some netizens are still not convinced that she’s pregnant. One said that if Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s youngest daughter is pregnant, the palace will announce it and only until then will she believe the rumors claiming that Princess Eugenie is pregnant.

The rumors about Princess Eugenie being pregnant has been making headlines for months already. Earlier this year, Princess Eugenie accompanied Queen Elizabeth II on Maundy Thursday. She was beautiful in her floral Erdem dress. However, some netizens noticed that her stomach was slightly bigger than usual and concluded that it was a baby bump.

Aside from having a baby bump, many noticed that Princess Beatrice’s sister had the glow of pregnancy. She was also photographed casually resting her arm across her stomach in a “protective gesture” that pregnant women often do.

It has been over five months since Princess Eugenie’s alleged baby bump was first captured on camera, but there is still no announcement about Princess Eugenie’s rumored pregnancy.

Although there is no confirmation yet, many believe that it’s likely for Princess Eugenie to make a baby announcement soon. There are also rumors that Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle are expecting, too. Thus, three royal babies might arrive next year.

“Whether we’ll have three royal baby announcements in the coming weeks or months, is up for debate but the bookies certainly think so,” the spokesperson for told Express. “The odds for the Queen to welcome another three grand-children during 2020 have plummet to 5/1.”

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Princess Eugenie arrives to be wed to Mr. Jack Brooksbank at St. George's Chapel on Oct. 12, 2018 in Windsor, England. Getty Images/Andrew Matthews