Princess Eugenie new title: What will Eugenie be known as now? – FULL TITLE REVEALED
Princess Eugenie married her long-term love Jack Brooksbank in a beautiful ceremony at Windsor Castle this morning. But what will Princess Eugenie be known as now?
The daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, said “I do” to wine merchant Mr Brooksbank at St George’s chapel on Friday.
This was the same venue as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding on May 19.
Meghan became Duchess of Sussex after becoming a member of the Royal family.
But Jack will not receive a royal title as Princess Eugenie is not as close to the line of succession as Harry.
Eugenie and her older sister Beatrice also do not complete royal duties for the Queen.
None of her charity or patronage work is included on the royal’s charity database.
She is one of the only royals not listed on the official royal family website.
The 28-year-old princess also doesn’t need an official letter from Her Majesty granting permission to get married.
What will Princess Eugenie be known as now?
Eugenie will not take her new husband’s title as he does not have one.
Her official title will instead change from ‘HRH Princess Eugenie’ to ‘HRH Princess Eugenie, Mrs Jack Brooksbank’.
Eugenie will have the option of keeping her title or instead taking her husband’s surname officially.
She could also even start getting people to call her HRH Princess Eugenie, Mrs Brooksbank.
This is not the first time a new husband has not been given a royal title.
When Princess Alexandra married Angus Oglivy in 1963, they turned down the chance for an earldom.
Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips also rejected an earldom when they tied the knot in 1973.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK