Just a few days ago the news of the queen’s granddaughter’s pregnancy was confirmed, now with the arrival of the new family member, details were known about the royal title of the son of Princess Eugenie.
Since their marriage on October 12, 2018, the couple have been living in Kensington Palace and although they live among royal palaces they do not want anything to do with the monarchy for their baby, although the little one will occupy the 11th place in the line of succession to the throne.
Royal title of the son of Princess Eugenie causes controversy
The arrival of the son of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank is scheduled for early next year and is already a cause of controversy over the decision of the parents of Queen Elizabeth’s new great grandson.
According to the publication of Vanity Fair magazine, the couple wants to raise their son in the palace where they currently reside, although they stressed that their son will not have royal titles.
His decision is added to that of other members of the monarchy such as Prince Edward and Sofia of Wessex, Princess Anne herself and the most recent Meghan and Prince Harry. All chose to put aside the noble titles for their descendants.
The magazine revealed that both Brooksbank and the Duke of York’s daughter want a “normal life” for their son.
“Even if the queen offered them a title as a gift, Eugenie or Jack don’t want their son to have a title, it can be both a curse and a blessing, and she and Jack want their son to lead a normal life and eventually work. to make a living. Titles don’t really matter to Jack and Eugenie, they just want a happy, healthy kid. It was thought of as a family home to them and they have no immediate plans to move, ”a source from the royal palace told Vanity Fair.
The arrival of the baby, the first grandson of Prince Andrew, will be a delicate moment for the duke, who has been low profile after the scandalous connection with the case of trafficking in minors and sexual exploitation.