Princess Eugenie heartbreak: Royal's son to 'never' receive royal title due to 'tradition'

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Princess Eugenie heartbreak: Royal's son to 'never' receive royal title due to 'tradition'

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 rece

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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?”

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.”

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.

“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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