Princess Eugenie of York is one of the most well-known members of the royal family, and yet, for some reason, there's still a bit of confusion when it comes to pronouncing her name.
The Queen's granddaughter has been called everything from , and while it's not likely that people are intentionally butchering her name, it's about time we start getting it right, especially with her upcoming October wedding to fiancé
Back in a 2008 interview, the that her name is actually pronounced "yoo-genny," with an emphasis on the "yoo."
When the 28-year-old royal spoke with she didn't seem to be too bothered as she's gotten used to the various mispronunciations. "Whenever we used to meet foreign people who were struggling with it, my mum and I would help them by saying, 'It's like Use Your Knees.' But whatever. I am now used to every pronunciation," she told the publication.
She also made note of the fact that many of her friends call her by the nickname "Youj" or "Bouj." Eugenie's name is particularly tricky when you take into account that other members of the royal family, including her sister , have fairly simple names.
Like her cousin Prince Harry, Eugenie's wedding will take place in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle later this fall. According to when she ties the knot on October 12, she'll have the option to either keep her current royal title or to change her last name and become HRH Princess Eugenie Brooksbank.
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