Princess Eugenie spent four days at the hospital after having her baby because she had a C-section delivery but a source close to the Queen's granddaughter said she's doing well and very content now that she's home with her child.

The York royal gave birth to her son with husband Jack Brooksbank on Feb. 9, 2021, at the Portland Hospital in London. The friend said that Eugenie had to undergo a caesarean delivery due to her history of severe scoliosis surgery when she was 12 years old.

An expert said that the special rods placed on her back might not have made an epidural possible, disallowing her to have a natural birth. But Eugenie is, reportedly, doing well and very content as she and her newborn, whose name has not been made public yet, have settled in Frogmore Cottage.

The source also said that Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson have yet to see their new grandchild in the flesh. The pandemic restrictions have apparently prevented the Duke and Duchess of York from visiting their daughter.

Sarah, however, has been celebrating the baby's birth on her YouTube channel, Story Time with Fergie & Friends. She read a book titled Baby on the Way and said that these are exciting times for her as she's now a grandmother.

Royal followers think that Sarah might have outed the baby's name after she revealed her latest set of Arthur Fantasticchildren's book. Fans speculate that Arthur must be first name the Brooksbank pair have chosen for their son.

Sources also revealed that Eugenie and Jack are likely to give their baby an unusual second name: Stamp. It's the third name of Jack, after a great grandfather. If speculations are correct then the child will be called Arthur Stamp Brooksbank.

The baby won't have any royal title since his father doesn't have any title as well. The child is now the 11th in line to the British throne and will be bumped to the12th when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's second baby will be born in the middle of the year.

Harry is expected to return home without Meghan or their kids by June or July to attend royal family events, such as the Trooping the Colour parade and Prince Philip's milestone birthday. The Duke of Sussex will be staying with Eugenie, Jack and their baby at Frogmore Cottage, which Harry actually owns.