Princess Eugenie has been enjoying married life since she walked down the aisle with her partner, Jack Brooksbank, in October 2018. The couple had already been together for seven years before they wed and some royal enthusiasts are hoping the pair are ready to start a family. Although she has stayed tight-lipped on the topic, if the Princess of York was to be pregnant, there may already be a big clue as to what kind of mum she will be. A quick look to the stars show that Eugenie might already be up for the challenge.
Princess Eugenie has been with her long-term partner for over seven years and some people hope they will soon make a huge announcement.
The royal was born on 23 March 1990, which means her star sign is Aries, according to astrology-zodiac-signs.com.
Her role as a mum could be written in the stars, as her star sign seems to have all the traits of a good leader.
According to the website, Aries’ like “taking on leadership roles”.
When completing her royal duties with her husband, Jack, Eugenie has been known to take the lead and help him out.
This is a skill the Princess of York has and could also put into starting a family.
Her star sign revealed she is prepared for the challenge of being a first-time mum, as Aries’ are courageous and determined.
Analysis on the website said: “Its representatives are naturally brave and rarely afraid of trial and risk.”
Starting a family is a busy time for anyone, but it looks like Princess Eugenie would have it all under control.
The website said: “The Sun in such high dignity gives them excellent organizational skills, so you’ll rarely meet an Aries who isn’t capable of finishing several things at once, often before lunch break!”
The Princess of York has already shown many of these traits and it is likely she will transfer these skills into being a parent.
If Eugenie were to start a family with her husband, they would not be automatically given royal status.
This is because Jack does not have a title therefore any children he has would not be given one.
This could be overruled by the Queen if she opted to grant them a title.
Princess Eugenie’s mum, Sarah Ferguson, 59, said she felt “excellent” about the idea of becoming a grandparent.