Princess Eugenie’s baby is ‘due in mid-February’, says Royal insider
Young royal couple Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank will soon welcome a new royal baby into the wider family's significant brood.
This is the 30-year-old Princess' first child, and she and former nightclub manager Jack, 35, have only given fans one small teaser regarding the baby's arrival.
The baby will be the Queen, 94, and Prince Philip 's, 99, ninth great-grandchild and Prince Andrew, 60, and Sarah Ferguson's, 60, first grandchild.
So what else do we know about the royal baby? Here's all we know…
When is the baby's due date and is it a girl or boy?
Hello Magazine reported that an insider of the royal family has stated the baby is set to arrive "mid February".
Last autumn, Eugenie and Jack confirmed they were expecting their little one to arrive in "early 2021."
The couple shared their news with fans in an adorable Instagram post.
As well as sharing a sweet selfie of themselves, the happy couple posted another sweet photo of them holding up a pair of baby booties.
The caption read: "Jack and I are so excited for early 2021…"
The post prompted an outpouring of love from fans many of them commenting to congratulate the couple.
However, since then Eugenie and Jack have shared no further information about their royal pregnancy.
Where will Princess Eugenie give birth?
While Eugenie has not shared details of her birth plan and is unlikely to do so, there are a few places the royal could choose to give birth.
She may choose to follow in her mother Sarah Ferguson and Meghan Markle's footsteps and have her baby at London's private Portland Hospital.
The Lindo Wing at St Mary's hospital has also been a popular choice with royal mother's in the past and is where Kate, Duchess of Cambridge had all three of her children.
Unlike Kate, who posed for official photos with each of her newborns on the hospital steps, Eugenie is unlikely to have an official photoshoot to mark her child's arrival.
Instead, the non-working royal could share the first photos of her baby with fans on Instagram.
Where do Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank live?
There have been a number of contrasting reports about where Eugenie and Jack are based ahead of welcoming their royal baby.
Following their royal wedding in October 2018, Eugenie and Jack moved into Ivy Cottage in the grounds of Kensington Palace.
Ahead of Christmas, it was reported the couple had moved into Meghan and Harry's UK home Frogmore Cottage that had sat empty since the Sussexes' move to the USA.
However, just days after Eugenie and Jack were said to have moved into Frogmore, they were reported to have left.
Since then reports emerged that Eugenie and Jack were spending lockdown at the Royal Lodge with Andrew and Fergie but now a royal insider has claimed otherwise.
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According to a source, Eugenie and Jack have been at Frogmore all along as they prepare to become parents.
They told Hello: "Eugenie and Harry have always been close and they chat privately all the time.
"It was Harry who suggested she and Jack could use Frogmore Cottage because it is much bigger than their cottage at Kensington Palace. It is a case of one family member reaching out to another."
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