The royal has already confirmed her wedding dress will be designed by a UK-based designer.
And now, bookmakers Ladbrokes believe the chances are high she’ll opt for one of her favourite designers, Erdem.
The odds that Eugenie will choose a dress by Erdem are currently 7/2, according to Ladbrokes.
Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “Eugenie is no stranger to Erdem and the odds suggest they’ll be her dress designer of choice.”
Suzannah, founded by Suzannah Crabb and known for creating outfits with vintage charm and a modern edge, is also seen as a possibility at 5/1.
Other suggestions include Jenny Packham at 6/1, London-based duo Preen at 8/1, celebrity bridal favourite Suzanne Neville at 10/1, and Alice Temperley, loved by ethereal boho-brides and Kate Middleton, also at 10/1.
Ralph & Russo, who made the gown for the Duchess of Sussex’s official engagement photo, are 14/1.
The odds that Eugenie has actually picked French fashion house Givenchy, who crafted Meghan’s elegant pure white wedding gown, are 20/1.
Punters can also get odds of 25/1 that Eugenie has asked couturier Lindka Cierach, who made the royal wedding dress for her mother Sarah, Duchess of York in 1986.
Eugenie is believed to have decided upon her wedding dress designer very early on.
She previously told British Vogue: “[The dress] is the one thing that I was really decisive about. As soon as we announced the wedding, I knew the designer, and the look, straight away.”
However, the princess has vowed to keep her wedding dress design a secret until her big day.
Two days ago, Eugenie teased fans with a photo of herself from her 2016 Harper’s Bazaar shoot on her Instagram page.
The beautiful snap shows her dressed in a bespoke Alberta Ferretti lace gown.
Eugenie stunned in the gorgeous pink and floral lace gown by the Italian designer, posing for a series of exclusive pictures for the magazine.
The princes captioned the shot: “#tbt to some serious daydreaming going on here. Pre-wedding vibes!”
Bets are also being placed as to the colour of hat that Queen Elizabeth II will choose for the wedding.
The colour of the Queen’s hat always generates a flurry of bets. Blue is the favourite at 2/1, followed by pink 3/1, orange 4/1, purple 5/1, and green or yellow at 6/1.
Ladbrokes spokesman Apati added: “Plenty of punters cashed in on the Queen’s last hat but we reckon she’ll go back to blue this time and have cut the odds accordingly.”
Jack and Eugenie are also predicted to be welcoming their first child soon, with odds that the princess will give birth in 2019 set at 3/1, followed by 7/4 for 2020, 4/1 for 2021 and 5/1 for 2022 and beyond.
Apati added: “Harry and Meghan look likely to add to the Royal Family in the next 12 months but Eugenie won’t be far behind if the latest betting is anything to go by.”