Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank revealed their pregnancy news yesterday on Instagram. With a sweet snap the couple declared their joy. On Eugenie’s account she wrote: “Jack and I are so excited for early 2021…”

The Royal account also posted a message, which read: “The Duke of York and Sarah, Duchess of York, Mr and Mrs George Brooksbank, The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh are delighted with the news.”

Royal fans will be anxious to know all the details about the new addition to the family.

When the baby is born it will be 11th in line to the throne, moving Prince Edward into 12th place.

What baby names are bookies calling likely for the new addition?

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She added: “The early betting suggests they may opt for Arthur or Victoria, but we can’t rule out a slightly more left-field royal name.”

The bookies also have Grace (6/1), James (6/1), Arabella (7/1), Alice (7/1), and Edward (7/1) follow next behind, along with Florence, Albert and Frederick all at 8/1.

Elizabeth is chalked up as a 10/1 shot with the firm.

However, Coral makes Oliver the favourite to be the name at odds of 5-1.

Arthur, a name in Jack’s family, is 6-1 second favourite, while Lily (8-1) and Mary (10-1) are among the top picks for girls names in the betting at the company.

Coral’s Harry Aitkenhead said: “Princess Eugenie and Jack are expecting, two years after they tied the knot, and another Royal baby is on the way.

“We make Oliver the favourite to be the name the couple go for, just favouring it to be a boy.

“Lily and Mary are our tops picks for it they have a baby girl.”

Princess Eugenie’s engagement ring was shown off in the post announcing baby news. 

Princess Eugenie’s engagement ring struck fans when it was first revealed with it’s startling similarity to her mother’s ring from Prince Andrew.

Sarah Ferguson was famously given a red ruby, inspired by her hair, ringed in diamonds.

HRH Princess Eugenie of York was given a rare “lotus blossom” sapphire, which an expert has valued at around £7,000 – modest for a royal ring.

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