Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank tied the knot almost eight months ago, become husband and wife at St. George's Chapel in Windsor.
And finally, it seems her official name, following her marriage, has been revealed.
The official Court Circular – which records all royal engagements – has recently been referring to the 29-year-old royal as Princess Eugenie, Mrs Jack Brookbank. Previously she was simply Princess Eugenie of York, or just Princess Eugenie.
Her sister Beatrice, in comparison, is still named Princess Beatrice of York.
Unlike the Duchess of Sussex, Eugenie’s husband Jack did not receive a title upon marring into the royal family. He’s is still simply known as Mr Brooksbank.
It’s likely that when Princess Beatrice gets married (and fans think it may be soon), her partner will also not receive an official royal title.
Princess Eugenie married Jack, 33, in a lavish ceremony at St George’s Chapel in Windsor – the same place Prince Harry and Meghan Markle also tied the knot last May.
Eugenie and Jack, a successful wine merchant, were together seven years before they got married and met while on holiday in Verbier, Switzerland.
The pair currently live in Ivy Cottage, a grace and favour property in the grounds of Kensington Palace.
At the time of their engagement, Princess Eugenie revealed the romantic setting for Jack’s proposal. She said, “The lake was so beautiful. The light was just a special light I had never seen.
“I actually said this is an incredible moment, and then he popped the question, which was really surprising even though we have been together seven years. I was over the moon.”
Meanwhile the rumour mill has gone into overdrive about the relationship between her parents Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson.
Though they divorced in 1996 they still enjoy a close friendship and have recently been spotted at various public appearances together – sparking royal watchers to predict they are actually back together.
On Sunday, Eugenie and her mother shared two photos of her father while he performed his duties as colonel of the Grenadier guards ahead of Trooping of the Colour.
Words by: Hayley Coyle