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. Getty Images/Chris Jackson

The person handling the Royal Family’s official Twitter account just made a huge mistake regarding Princess Eugenie.

This week, a photo of the royal alongside Prince Philip at the Gold Awards at the Buckingham Palace was uploaded on the social media account. The caption on the original post shared details about Princess Eugenie and Prince Philip’s recent royal engagement.

The original caption misspelled Princess Eugenie’s name, but it was quickly updated.

“Princess ‘Eugene’ speaks to a group of young people about how they achieved their Gold Award. The @DofE has inspired millions of young people to serve their communities, experience adventure, and develop and learn outside the classroom,” the original caption read.

Soon after, Princess Eugenie’s name was edited to reflect the correct spelling.

Despite the huge mistake, Princess Eugenie looked as though she had a wonderful time at the event. She was photographed in her pale blue and pink dress with a leaf pattern designed by Peter Pilotto. The latter was also the one that designed Princess Eugenie’s wedding gown.

In related news, Princess Eugenie also made headlines this week after speculations heightened that she could indeed be pregnant. The youngest daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson tied the know with Jack Brooksbank on Oct. 12, 2018, at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.

As of late, the royal couple still hasn’t announced Princess Eugenie’s pregnancy. But this week, she was photographed leaving a restaurant in Mayfair in an oversized black dress. Royal fans are convinced that Princess Eugenie wore a big dress to hide her baby bump.

Another tell-tale sign that Princess Eugenie could be pregnant was also found during the said outing. When the royal stepped out of the restaurant, she was photographed holding a bouquet of flowers. Princess Eugenie carefully placed the flowers in front of her stomach area.

Royal fans are once again convinced that she did this to hide her growing baby bump.