Everything to Know About Princess Eugenie's Title After Her Marriage
So. You've finally mastered the proper pronunciation of Princess Eugenie's name (that's YOO-juh-nee, English accent optional), but with her marriage to Jack Brooksbank on Friday, you might be wondering, "Wait, is she still going to carry the title of Princess?"
Short answer: Yes.
Unlike her cousins, Prince Harry and Prince William, Princess Eugenie will not be given the bonus of a dukedom by the queen after tying the knot. Instead, she just gets the option of a fun appendage to her current title — think of it as a shout out to her hubby. That would make her officially: Her Royal Highness Princess Eugenie of York, Mrs. Jack Brooksbank.
And in case you were wondering, nope, Jack will not receive a royal title. He will simply remain Mr. Jack Brooksbank.
Should they choose to expand their family, Harper's Bazaar reports that their children will also not receive a title, as a princess "cannot pass her rank to her children unless the Sovereign issues a Letters Patent, as George VI did in 1948 a few weeks before Elizabeth gave birth to Charles."
There had also been rumors that she would abandon her title, opting for Lady Eugenie, as the Queen's other granddaughter Zara Tindall did when she wed.