Princess Eugenie and her sister Princess Beatrice are the only princesses from the Queen’s grandchildren.
According to the publication, the Princess title is not compulsory and was a decision made by the Duke and Duchess of York on behalf of their daughter.
However, Eugenie – who married Jack Brooksbank in a lavish wedding ceremony at Windsor Castle last year – claims she does not like to flaunt her royal title and doesn’t enjoy being referred to as a princess.
“I don’t like talking about it much and find it annoying when people say things like, ‘Oh, you’re the Princess,” she told Georgie Greig in 2008 interview.
“One of my best friends jokingly says, ‘Hi, Princess,’ and I say, ‘Shut up.”
What’s more, the royal says being called a princess is “one of the things that bugs me most in the world.”
Princess Eugenie does not like to flaunt her royal title and doesn’t enjoy being referred to as a princess.
In the past, Princess Eugenie has stated that she tries to live a normal life despite her royal status.
In the lead up to her wedding to Jack Brooksbank, she described her everyday life in an interview with Vogue.
“We want to show people who we are as working, young, royal women, but also not to be afraid of putting ourselves out there.
“Nowadays, it’s so easy to recoil when you see a perfect image on Instagram – but it’s important that it’s real. We’re real.
“We’ve had some serious grounding from our parents. They’ve had their fair share of terrible media interest and it makes us stronger."
Eugenie added: “We believe very strongly in who we are, and the support system of our friends and our family is pretty incredible.”
Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice both have royal titles due to being the granddaughters of Queen Elizabeth II and the daughters of Prince Andrew, Duke of York.
According to a Letters Patent issued by King George V in 1917, the sovereign’s grandchildren can have Prince or Princess royal titles.