Mon, 29 Apr, 2019
Is Princess Eugenie pregnant? Royal fans in a frenzy after telling clue
While the royal family spent their Easter Sunday at St George’s Chapel in Windsor, one certain member was missing from the event.
Princess Eugenie opted out of the traditional proceedings with her family on Sunday, and instead attended a service with her grandmother, the Queen earlier in the week.
The royal member only recently tied the knot with her husband Jack Brooksbank in October 2018, and made a surprise guest appearance alongside her grandmother last Thursday as they stood handing out Maundy coins as a royal tradition.
However, royal fans caused a stir on social media by pointing out a few concerns with the Princess’ outfit choice.
Onlookers at St George’s Chapel, who watched on as the two royal members attended the proceeding, were quick to notice what looked to be a small “baby bump” beneath Eugenie's floral Erdem dress.
Those in attendance were not the only ones to notice something about Princess Eugenie’s special outfit, with fans also taking to social media with bated breath for the arrival of not just Baby Sussex, but another royal baby announcement as well.
“Can’t wait till we get a Royal Baby Brooksbank announcement. You're my favourite royal couple,” one supporter commented beneath the Princess’ latest Instagram post of her and her older sister, Princess Beatrice, from when they were kids.
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“I hope Princess Eugenie is expecting, your mother and father will be over the moon,” another wrote. “Announce it if you are!”
While an eager royal fan wrote: “Do you have to wait until Harry and Meghan have their baby before you can announce anything? We can’t wait.”
Bookmakers have placed 2-7 odds that the princess will announce she is expecting before the end of 2019.
“Babymania is taking over the Royal Family right now and Eugenie is the latest name expected to announce a pregnancy in the coming months,” Alex Apati from Ladbrokes said.
Scroll through the gallery above to see Princess Eugenie's "bump" that has royal watchers in a frenzy.