Princess Eugenie’s future husband may not receive a royal title after the wedding

2018-10-03 12:06
 
Princess Eugenie

Cape Town – It has become a custom for any person who marries into the royal family to be given a royal title by Queen Elizabeth.

Diana was dubbed the Princess of Wales after marrying Prince Charles, Kate Middleton became known as Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge after saying ‘I do’ to Prince William and most recently Meghan was given the royal title of the Duchess of Sussex after marrying Prince Harry in May.

So, will Princess Eugenie's fiancé Jack Brooksbank assume a royal title after their nuptials?

Well, the recent release of their commemorative china suggests maybe not.

The Royal Collection Trust released the bride and groom’s commemorative china on Friday, 28 September, E! News reports.

And while both Eugenie and Jack are commemorated, a crown appears above the princess’ monogram but does not feature above her soon-to-be husband’s.

SEE AN EXAMPLE OF THE MONOGRAMS ON A MUG HERE:

princess eugenie, jack brooksbank

As you may remember, Prince Harry and Meghan had a conjoined monogram with a crown prominently placed above it.

SEE AN EXAMPLE HERE:

prince harry, meghan markle

Meanwhile, Princess Eugenie will reportedly be given the option of taking Jack’s last name while still keeping her royal title.

According to Express UK, she will then be known as ‘Her Royal Highness Princess Eugenie, Mrs. Jack Brooksbank’.

Princess Eugenie and Jack will tie the knot on 12 October at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.

READ MORE: Everything we know so far about Princess Eugenie’s wedding 

(Images: Royal Collection Trust)

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