Princess Eugenie baby name favourites at odds of 8/1 – ‘Traditional!’ | Royal | News (Reports)

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The couple are expecting the latest addition to the royal family in the coming weeks, with sources claiming mid-February is the due date. Betfair has come up with odds for the name of the Queen’s ninth great grandchild.

The baby’s gender has yet to be revealed.

Odds of 8/1 are given by the betting exchange for the names Alice and Arthur, while names such as Augusta, Thomas and Alexandra are at 14/1.

Betfair spokesperson Sam Rosbottom told Hello!: “Royal fans are excited to kick off 2021 with another baby due next month – and expect Eugenie and Jack to stick with traditional names, with Alice and Arthur, both at 8/1 currently leading the way in the betting.

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“They are followed by the likes of Godfrey, Grace and Henry at 10/1, while it is interesting to see Charles at 22/1 and Edward at 25/1 should they decide to name it after the baby’s grandfather or great-uncle.”

Victoria and Victor are also in the running at 16/1 while Diana has odds of 20/1.

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Camilla is at 100/1 while Boris is at 200/1.

Eugenie, 30, made a rare public appearance on Tuesday via webcam on Goals House’s January Dialogues.

The Queen’s granddaughter beamed during the conversation with Project Everyone co-founder, Gail Gallie – weeks before she is expected to give birth.

A picture was shared on the Anti-Slavery Collective’s Twitter.

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The Royal Lodge is the childhood home Eugenie shared with older sister Beatrice, 32, and the current residence of parents Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York.

Royal expert Omid Scobie, who co-wrote royal biography Finding Freedom, suggested the couple may stay here for the majority of the year.

He told listeners of the the Heirpod podcast: “I imagine that’s probably where they will remain up until much later in the year.”

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