Prince Harry’s birth name has been picked as a top potential name for his cousin Princess Eugenie’s first child. The Queen’s granddaughter announced last year that she would be welcoming a baby in spring 2021. UK betting company Ladbrokes has now released an updated odds list for the name of the latest Royal Family addition.
Representative Jessica O’Reilly told Access: “Some familiar family names have made the list.
“Elizabeth, the name of Eugenie’s grandmother, the Queen, sits at 10/1 odds.
“Philip, her grandfather’s name, is at 12/1.
“Henry is also at 12/1, which is Prince Harry’s birth name.”
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She continued: “Ladbrokes traders have put those family names at slightly better odds than those of Eugenie’s parents, Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew.
“The name Sarah is listed at 16/1.
“While Andrew is at 20/1.
“However, it cannot be ruled out that Eugenie goes for a more unexpected name.”
In Finding Freedom, the authors wrote: “Eugenie had always been more than just a cousin to Harry.
“They were also the closest of friends.
“Out of all the Queen’s grandchildren, Harry and Eugenie have one of the most natural connections.
“Like Harry, Eugenie is loyal, honest, and great fun.
“The two had many nights out together in London.”