Princess Eugenie news: Royal’s son to ‘never’ receive Royal Family title due to tradition | Royal | News (Reports)


During the Heir podcast, Omid Scobie and Maggie Rulli discussed the birth of Princess Eugenie’s son. Mr Scobie stated that the child may never receive a royal title due to the fact titles are passed down the father’s side of the family.

Ms Rulli said: “Not only do we not have a name but we do not have a title either.

“I understand that he might not have a title, is that right?

“Is there controversy around this and how does it normally play out in the Royal Family?”

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Mr Scobie replied: “Unlike the name, which I imagine will drop over the next few days, a title may never come for this royal baby.

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“The main reason is due to tradition and that UK royal titles are actually passed down from the father’s side of the family.

“Of course with Jack Brooksbank, I mean no shade by this, a commoner, that makes his and Eugenie’s children commoners.”

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During the podcast, the royal commentators discussed a possible route for Princess Eugenie’s child to receive a royal title.

However, Mr Scobie also stated that as Eugenie is not a working royal, it is unlikely her children will be granted a titile.

“As the Royal Family focus on a more streamlined model, Eugenie and Beatrice are not working royals so the need for the title is a bit unnecessary.

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“We have even seen some pushback from the Wessexes recently.

“Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, told the Times in an interview that they are raising their children from a very young age to know they have to go out into the real world and get jobs.

“I think it’s a healthy approach to parenting as a royal because we don’t know how long the Royal Family will be around for.”


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