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    Sarah Ferguson has opened up about her controversial public image, saying she's finally 'free' of 'self-sabotaging Sarah.' Commonly known as Fergie, the mother of Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, 61, who resides with her ex-husband Prince Andrew at the Royal Lodge in Windsor, has revealed in the September issue of Town & Country magazine that she still struggles with her body image. Discussing her royal past, Prince Andrew's ex-wife said she felt her late sister-in-law Princess Diana was always portrayed as a 'saint' while she was the 'sinner,' joking  that she was seen as 'bad Fergie'. The author, whose new Mills & Boon novel Her Heart for A Compass is published on August 3, added that she is proud to still be in the public eye and has 'forgiven' her detractors.  And she said that she's manage to overcome it by taking inspiration from the late Nelson Madela, saying: 'One day I got up and thought, Mandela forgave his persecutors; surely I can forgive and move forward.' The Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson, 61, pictured, told Town & Country's September...
    More On: sarah ferguson Sarah Ferguson ‘forgot’ she already admitted to feuding with Princess Diana Sarah Ferguson denies rumors she feuded with ‘best friend’ Princess Diana Sarah Ferguson defends ex Prince Andrew despite Jeffrey Epstein ties Sarah Ferguson praises Meghan Markle weeks after backing Piers Morgan Sarah Ferguson has no qualms about not being invited to Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding. The Duchess of York recalled being left out of the 2011 festivities, telling Town & Country magazine in a new interview that she decided to travel to escape the circus. “I didn’t think I was probably worthy to go to their wedding,” Ferguson told the magazine. “I took myself to Thailand, actually, to be far away from it so that I could try and heal.” The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s nuptials took place shortly after Ferguson was captured on video promising a News of the World reporter access to ex-husband Prince Andrew in exchange for about $700,000.  She and the royal family appeared to have later made amends, as she attended Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s 2018 wedding....
    Wedding anniversaries can be a bittersweet occasion when you're divorced, but Prince Andrew looked in good spirits this morning as he was spotted out horse riding at Windsor.  The Queen's son, 61, who retired from royal duties amid scandal over his friendship with paedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein, would have marked his 35th wedding anniversary with ex-wife Sarah Ferguson today.  Fergie and Andrew separated in 1992 after six years of marriage and divorced four years later but their continued closeness has often prompted speculation that they would rekindle their relationship. While his brother Prince Charles found happiness with his second wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Andrew has never remarried.  Wedding anniversaries can be a bittersweet occasion when you're divorced, but Prince Andrew (pictured right) looked in good spirits this morning as he was spotted out horse riding at Windsor  The Queen's son, 61, (pictured centre) would have marked his 35th wedding anniversary with ex-wife Sarah Ferguson today Andrew looked in great spirits as he took an early morning ride with a female groom in the grounds of Windsor this...
    Sarah Ferguson has spent the majority of her adult life in the spotlight as a member of the British royal family.  The Duchess of York, 61, was married to Prince Andrew, Queen Elizabeth's second son, from 1986 to 1996 and shares two daughters Princess Eugenie, 31, and Princess Beatrice, 32, with her ex.  "Someone asked me, 'If you were an astronaut and you could take all the pressure off you, would you leave behind Fergie and Sarah and the Duchess and your past mistakes and failings?'" Ferguson told People magazine while promoting her new novel, "Her Heart for a Compass." Prince Andrew and his then-wife Sarah Ferguson and their two daughters, Eugenie, bottom left, and Beatrice on February 19, 1999. (AP) "And I said, 'What are you talking about? They're all my friends.' I made friends with past mistakes. I made friends with Fergie. She didn't know any better. And then Sarah. That's why we experiment," she reasoned. "How is it that we're meant to be knowledgeable when we don't know? My Fergie, my Duchess, my Sarah: They're...
    Prince Andrew reportedly spent time in convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s New York City townhouse following his divorce from Sarah Ferguson. News of the British royal’s temporary stay at the landmark Herbert N. Straus House on 9 East 71st Street comes from Miami Herald reporter Julie Brown’s upcoming book "Perversion of Justice: The Jeffrey Epstein Story," set to hit bookshelves on Tuesday. SARAH FERGUSON ON EX-HUSBAND PRINCE ANDREW AMID EPSTEIN SCANDAL: ‘I BELIEVE THAT HE’S A KIND, GOOD MAN’ According to Brown, Prince Andrew traveled to New York roughly three years after his divorce from Sarah, Duchess of York, was finalized. "In 1999, Britain’s Prince Andrew, newly divorced from his wife, Sarah Ferguson, was invited by [Ghislaine] Maxwell to visit Manhattan. Andrew had known Maxwell and her family for many years," the book details. "He, too, was trying to find himself. On the heels of a messy divorce, Andrew agreed to escape to the U.S. and stay with Ghislaine at Epstein’s Upper East Side mansion. Andrew was soon squiring Maxwell around Manhattan, attending social events and dinner parties." Britain's...
    More On: sarah ferguson Sarah Ferguson denies rumors she feuded with ‘best friend’ Princess Diana Sarah Ferguson defends ex Prince Andrew despite Jeffrey Epstein ties Sarah Ferguson praises Meghan Markle weeks after backing Piers Morgan Princess Eugenie pays tribute to grandfather Prince Philip: ‘We all miss you’ Smell that smoke, Sarah Ferguson? It’s your pants on fire. The former wife of Prince Andrew has now denied she had any falling out with Princess Diana — despite previously acknowledging that the pair weren’t speaking when Diana was killed in a car accident in 1997. “We promised each other we would always be together — there was never any daylight between us,” Ferguson told People Magazine in an interview published Wednesday. “But everybody wanted [to see a feud] because we were so strong together. People want to break something so strong.” However, in a 2007 Harpers Bazaar interview, the “Budgie the Little Helicopter” author admitted that Diana had refused to speak to her for at least a year. “The saddest thing, at the end, [was that] we hadn’t spoken for a...
    Sarah Ferguson and Princess Diana on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during the Trooping the Colour ceremony, June 1991. Jayne Fincher/Princess Diana Archive/Getty Images Sarah "Fergie" Ferguson denied rumors that she feuded with Princess Diana before her death in a new interview. Speaking to PEOPLE, the Duchess of York said she and Princess Diana met when they were just teenagers and "promised each other we would always be together." "There was never any daylight between us. But everybody wanted that, because we were so strong together. People want to break something so strong," she told PEOPLE. This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.  Sign up for notifications from Insider! Stay up to date with what you want to know. Subscribe to push notifications
    More On: sarah ferguson Sarah Ferguson defends ex Prince Andrew despite Jeffrey Epstein ties Sarah Ferguson praises Meghan Markle weeks after backing Piers Morgan Princess Eugenie pays tribute to grandfather Prince Philip: ‘We all miss you’ Piers Morgan claims Prince Andrew’s ex sent supportive text during Markle fight Sarah “Fergie” Ferguson has nothing but love for Princess Diana despite reports that they were at odds before Diana’s 1997 death. The Duchess of York, 61, detailed her relationship with the late Princess of Wales in a new interview, explaining that they met when they were just teenagers and “were best friends from when she was 14 and I was 15.” Ferguson told People that she gave Diana the nickname “Duch” and that they remained close until Diana died in a car crash in Paris at age 36. “We promised each other we would always be together — there was never any daylight between us,” the “Her Heart for a Compass” author said. “But everybody wanted [to see a feud] because we were so strong together. People want to break...
    For years rumors have persisted that Princess Diana and Sarah "Fergie" Ferguson had a fallout before the royal’s tragic death – but the Duchess of York said they had an unshakable bond until the end. "We promised each other we would always be together – there was never any daylight between us," the 61-year-old told People magazine on Wednesday. "But everybody wanted that because we were so strong together. People want to break something so strong." Diana and Ferguson first met as teenagers before they married two of Queen Elizabeth II’s sons. "We were best friends from when she was 14 and I was 15," she told the outlet, noting that her nickname for Diana was "Duch." PRINCESS DIANA’S VOICE COACH SAYS LATE ROYAL WAS EXCITED FOR THE FUTURE BEFORE HER DEATH: ‘SHE FELT LIBERATED’ "She taught me so much of public life," Ferguson reflected. "She was so brave. We used to have the most incredible time together." Princess Diana and the Duchess of York were childhood friends before they married Prince Charles and Prince Andrew. (Photo by...
    More On: sarah ferguson Sarah Ferguson praises Meghan Markle weeks after backing Piers Morgan Princess Eugenie pays tribute to grandfather Prince Philip: ‘We all miss you’ Piers Morgan claims Prince Andrew’s ex sent supportive text during Markle fight Sarah Ferguson’s Oprah interview resurfaces ahead of Meghan and Harry’s tell-all Sarah Ferguson still thinks Prince Andrew is prince charming. The 61-year-old Duchess of York defended her royal ex-husband in a new interview — saying he is a “kind man” and “fabulous” dad who has her full support, despite his ties to the late billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. “Whatever challenges he has, I will stand firm to the co-parenters that we are together,” Ferguson said in a new People cover story. “I believe that he’s a kind, good man, and he’s been a fabulous father to the girls.” Ferguson and Andrew share two adult daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie. The Duchess’ show of support for Andrew echoes comments she made back in 2019, when she suggested she had her ex’s back after he was repeatedly named in court documents...
    Sarah "Fergie" Ferguson views her ex-husband, Prince Andrew, as a supportive father. In November 2019, the Duke of York announced he was stepping back from public duties "for the foreseeable future" because of his association with American financier Jeffrey Epstein. The 61-year-old has denied any wrongdoing as well any knowledge of the convicted sex offender’s crimes. "Whatever challenges he has, I will stand firm to the co-parenters that we are together," Ferguson told People magazine on Wednesday about her relationship with Andrew. "I believe that he’s a kind, good man, and he’s been a fabulous father to the girls." Ferguson, 61, was married to the duke from 1986 until 1996. They share two daughters: Princess Beatrice, 32, and Princess Eugenie, 31. 2 ALLEGED TRESPASSERS ARRESTED NEAR PRINCE ANDREW'S ROYAL LODGE RESIDENCE AFTER POLICE RECEIVED REPORT The Duke and Duchess of York were married from 1986 until 1996. (Photo by Indigo/Getty Images) Andrew previously said he regretted his ties to the billionaire investor, who took his own life in August 2019 while in jail on sex trafficking charges. Andrew...
    Prince Andrew appeared at ease as he was spotted taking an early morning ride on his horse in the grounds of Windsor Castle today. The Duke of York, 61, who sported a black coat and a riding hat, appeared relaxed as he enjoyed a horse ride at his mother's home along with his two grooms. The royal was later spotted driving away from the castle grounds in his personalised Range Rover. The scenes came as the royal's daughter Princess Beatrice and his former wife Sarah Ferguson were also seen driving away from Windsor Castle after visiting the estate earlier today.  Prince Andrew sported a black coat and a riding hat as he enjoyed a horse ride ride at Windsor Castle  The royal was later spotted driving away from the castle grounds in his personalised Range Rover Last month it was reported that Prince Andrew gifted his mother with two puppies to help her cope when her late husband was in hospital. Her Majesty was given the dogs in February to keep her company in Windsor while the Duke...
    More On: sarah ferguson Princess Eugenie pays tribute to grandfather Prince Philip: ‘We all miss you’ Piers Morgan claims Prince Andrew’s ex sent supportive text during Markle fight Sarah Ferguson’s Oprah interview resurfaces ahead of Meghan and Harry’s tell-all Sarah, Duchess of York, to publish historical romance novel Sarah Ferguson is in full support of Meghan Markle’s latest venture, despite having Piers Morgan’s back after the anchor railed against Markle’s tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey. Ferguson, 61, congratulated Markle, 39, on her new children’s book, “The Bench,” telling The Daily Mail, “To sit down and work hard to write a book, in any genre, should be supported and respected.” An author herself, Fergie has written over 70 titles and went on to praise Markle and other women who tap into their creativity for a noble cause. “To encourage literacy in general not just children’s books, is a love of mine and to encourage more women to delve into their creative selves and get a book out is very well done,” she said. Last month, Morgan, 56, claimed Prince Andrew’s...
    The Duchess of Sussex may have announced this week she has written her first children's book called The Bench, but there is, of course, another Duchess who beat her to it. Step forward the Duchess of York, 61, the leading writer of children's fiction in royal circles, who made her name with her Budgie The Little Helicopter series. And Sarah is clearly determined that Meghan doesn't steal her publishing limelight, as this August she makes her first foray into adult fiction, with a historical romance called Her Heart For A Compass, co-written with Marguerite Kaye, for Mills & Boon, no less. Fergie and Meghan have much in common; both of them entered royalty as outsiders, both married second-born princes and both have reinvented themselves as writers. Step forward the Duchess of York (pictured), 61, the leading writer of children's fiction in royal circles, who made her name with her Budgie The Little Helicopter series Fergie and Meghan (pictured with her son Archie and husband Harry) have much in common; both of them entered royalty as outsiders, both married...
    The Duchess of Sussex, left, and The Duchess of York at a book signing in 2006, right. Daniel Leal-Olivas/WPA Images/Getty Images, Amy Sussman/Getty Images Meghan Markle has announced plans to publish her first children's book in June.  Markle's post-royal career echoes Sarah Ferguson's, who has written 35 children's books. Ferguson was married to Prince Andrew from 1986 until 1996. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Meghan Markle's latest work project may have been inspired by another duchess and former working royal, Sarah Ferguson. The Duchess of Sussex announced on Tuesday plans to publish her debut children's book, "The Bench," inspired by Prince Harry's relationship with their son Archie.  The book cover. Penguin Random House Years before Markle joined and left the royal family, the Duchess of York married Prince Andrew in 1986. The couple welcomed two children together, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, before divorcing in 1996. Ferguson is now a well-known children's author, and even has a YouTube series, "Storytime with Fergie and Friends," which is dedicated to reading children's stories. Both duchesses started their writing careers...
    THE Duchess of York has been supporting the Queen with daily walks at Windsor as she mourns the loss of Prince Philip. Fergie, 61, has not been invited to the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral on Saturday, royal sources confirmed yesterday. ???? Read our Prince Philip funeral live blog for the latest updates 9Sarah Ferguson has been supporting the Queen with daily walks at WindsorCredit: Rex But the duchess and her ex-husband Prince Andrew have both been by Her Majesty’s side this week. They have been making the short drive from Royal Lodge to Windsor Castle, sometimes twice a day, to walk with the Queen and her new corgis. However, Andrew has been warned to forget plans to use his public appearances as a springboard back into royal duty. Royal watchers believe Philip’s passing aged 99 boosts the chances of Fergie making a comeback after years in the wilderness. Now her husband has departed, the Queen, who has a soft spot for her former daughter-in-law, might be more open to the idea of her and Andrew returning to a more...
    Piers Morgan said Sarah Ferguson, right, reached out to him following his morning show exit. D Dipasupil/Getty Images for Extra, Gareth Fuller/Pool/AFP via Getty Images Piers Morgan said Sarah Ferguson told him to "get back out there" after his morning show exit. Morgan quit "Good Morning Britain" after he was criticized for his Meghan Markle comments.  The former TV host said he didn't believe Markle's comments about her mental health struggles. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Piers Morgan has named Prince Andrew's ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson, as one of the royals who contacted him after his "Good Morning Britain" exit in March.  Morgan's resignation came after he stormed off the set following an on-air argument with weather presenter Alex Beresford, who condemned him for continuing "to trash" the Duchess of Sussex. "Following discussions with ITV, Piers Morgan has decided now is the time to leave 'Good Morning Britain,'" ITV said in a statement on March 9. "ITV has accepted this decision and has nothing further to add." Morgan wrote in his Daily Mail column on April 10:...
    More On: piers morgan Celebrities react to Prince Philip’s death: Piers Morgan and more Meghan Markle will likely ‘fight back’ against Piers Morgan with legal team Piers Morgan says royals thanked him for ‘standing up for them’ Piers Morgan slams Prince Harry’s ‘hypocrisy’ amid calls of racism Piers Morgan has claimed that Prince Andrew’s ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson, sent him a message of support when he resigned from “Good Morning Britain” over his incendiary comments about Meghan Markle. The former ITV host wrote in a column that the Duchess of York told him to “get back out there” in a text a month after he refused to apologize to the Duchess of Sussex. Morgan, 56, has claimed that “several members of the royal family” had reached out to him after he called out Markle and Prince Harry for their bombshell claims in their sit-down with Oprah Winfrey, the US Sun reported.In his column for the Mail on Sunday, Morgan said Ferguson, who also is known as Fergie, was among the royals who supported him.“Not all Royal duchesses were as thrilled...
    FOR most people, family is the most important thing in their lives. Life revolves around significant family events – education, career, marriage, children and grandchildren. Family life is also central to the monarchy, as Prince Philip explained: “If you have a monarchy, you have got to have a family — and the family has got to be in the public eye.” ???? Read our live blog for the very latest news on Prince Philip's death... 9Prince Philip's relationship with Sarah Ferguson soured after she and Andrew splitCredit: Getty But as all but one of the marriages of the Queen and Prince Philip’s children came to their bitter ends, the methods by which they were raised appeared to be woefully inadequate training for dealing with the demands and pressures of the modern age. Princess Margaret’s divorce from photographer Tony Armstrong-Jones in 1978 after numerous rows and affairs — the first such royal split since Henry VIII’s from Anne of Cleves in 1540 — set a precedent. The divorces of the Queen’s children were not because they didn’t have a loving and...
    Sarah Ferguson has shared a lesson in seasonal arts and crafts this Easter weekend - crafting bags of carrots for the Easter bunny using cheesy Wotsits. The Duchess of York, 61, who lives at Royal Lodge in Windsor, instructed the fans of her Storytime with Fergie and Friends YouTube channel on how to make the Easter treats.  Donning pink bunny ears and  a crown of blue flowers, she shared the seasonal video yesterday ahead of her first Easter Sunday as a grandmother following the birth of Princess Eugenie's son August on February 9. Eugenie has reportedly been living at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor with her husband Jack Brooksbank since welcoming their little boy.    Sarah Ferguson, 61, commonly known as Fergie, shared a video showing how to make 'bags of carrots' for the Easter Bunny using Wotsits  'When you're out in the garden and you want to give a bag of carrot to the bunnies, you can make your carrot,' Fergie explained at the start of the video.  She instructed viewers to pick up a piping bag and fill it with cheesy Wotsits to...
    While Harry and Meghan were making waves with their tell-all TV interview last week, the Duchess of York’s latest media venture had rather less success. As the global audience for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s interview with Oprah Winfrey topped 50 million, Sarah Ferguson’s series of storytelling videos have been watched only a few hundred times on YouTube. One video posted on Friday of her reading a children’s book called Why Does Mum Wear a Hijab? by Amal Abou-Eid had been viewed just 394 times by last night. Sarah Ferguson’s series of storytelling videos have been watched only a few hundred times on YouTube RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Sarah Ferguson was so nervous about meeting the royals at... Sarah Ferguson beams as she 'personally donates' more than... Share this article Share A reading of My Family Fart Book, which was posted the previous day, had 641 views and only 758 people have watched her rendition of Slug In Love by Rachel Bright which was uploaded on Wednesday.  The most...
    SARAH Ferguson, or Fergie, is a member of the extended British royal family. In her bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey, Meghan Markle revealed that it was Fergie who taught her how to curtsy before she met the Queen. 5The wedding of Prince Andrew, Duke of York, and Sarah Ferguson at Westminster Abbey, London, UK, 23rd July 1986Credit: Getty - Contributor Where does Sarah Ferguson fit in the Royal Family? Sarah Ferguson, also known as Fergie, is the Duchess of York. She was formerly married to Prince Andrew. The two wed in July of 1986 at Westminster Abbey, but they separated in 1992 and formally announced their divorce in 1996. When Fergie married Prince Andrew, she received the titles of Her Royal Highness and The Duchess of York. 5Prince Andrew with Sarah Ferguson at Buckingham Palace after the announcement of their engagementCredit: Getty - Contributor After their split, her title became Sarah, Duchess of York, which is customary for former wives or husbands of royalty. The couple has remained close since their divorce, fueling speculation that they still may be...
    Meghan Markle had no idea she had to curtsy to the Queen and was taught by Sarah Ferguson outside Royal Lodge moments before meeting Her Majesty for the first time. Speaking to Oprah Winfrey during her and Harry's explosive CBS interview this evening, the Duchess, 39, claimed she 'never looked up her husband online' when they first started dating and knew little about the British Royal Family growing up.  Meghan told how she first met Prince Harry's grandmother in a very informal manner at Royal Lodge, the Yorks' home in Windsor, but was stunned when her husband revealed during the car journey there that she was expected to curtsy. The mother-to-be said that was the moment 'the penny dropped' that her perception about the Firm was 'very different' to the reality, and she had to learn how to perform the royal custom 'very quickly'.  Meghan Markle had no idea she had to curtsy to the Queen and was taught by Sarah Ferguson outside Royal Lodge moments before meeting Her Majesty for the first time (pictured in a teaser clip...
    AS MEGHAN Markle and Harry's Oprah interview is set to air, it reminds fans of the Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson's explosive 1996 chat with the talk show host. Ferguson sat down with Oprah Winfrey and revealed her life is "no fairytale" in the interview. 8People have drawn comparisons between Sarah Ferguson and Meghan Markle and Harry as their interview with Oprah is set to airCredit: YouTube 8Meghan and Harry's interview is the first time they've opened up about their lives since formally stepping back from their roles in the royal familyCredit: The Mega Agency 8Oprah interviewed Ferguson in 1996Credit: Getty Images - Getty The comparison comes as Meghan and Harry's sit-down interview with Oprah airs on Sunday. Comparison between the interviews comes as... Meghan Markle may never come back to Britain after the bombshell interview The Queen has praised the nation's selfless dedication as the Royals braced themselves for the interview Meghan was reportedly gutted when the Queen rejected her plea to live at Windsor Ferguson opened up about the difficulty of grappling with her feelings "on...
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to sit down for an interview with Oprah Winfrey on Sunday evening, covering everything from Meghan's journey becoming a royal to the couple's historic move to the United States.  However, Meghan and Harry are not the first members of the royal family to get candid about their experience with Oprah.  QUEEN ELIZABETH CALLS FOR UNITY AHEAD OF MEGHAN MARKLE, PRINCE HARRY INTERVIEW IN COMMONWEALTH DAY SPEECH In 1996, Winfrey interviewed Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson following her split from Prince Andrew, who described royal life as "not a fairytale." "You didn't marry the fairytale, you married a man," Ferguson said at the time. "You fell in love and married a man, and then you have to come to terms with the fairytale. Now it's not a fairy tale, it's real life."  Ferguson noted that one of the most difficult adjustments was adhering to all of Buckingham Palace's rules.  "The palace from when you look at it from the outside, the windows have to be open in only a certain amount so they are all in line, and I'd come in...
    Long before Meghan Markle and Prince Harry spoke to Oprah Winfrey about the trials of royal life, Sarah Ferguson spilled her own tea in a 1996 interview. In the hours leading up to the Sussexes’ bombshell tell-all Sunday on CBS, a clip from Ferguson’s previous chat with Winfrey, 67, resurfaced, in which the Duchess of York, 61, opened up about marrying into the royal family. “You didn’t marry the fairy tale, you married a man,” Ferguson said of her marriage to Prince Andrew, which ended in 1996. “You fell in love and you married the man, and then you have to come to terms with the fairytale. Now it’s not a fairy tale, it’s real life,” Ferguson continued at the time. Ferguson, who shares daughters Beatrice, 32, and Eugenie, 32, with Andrew, 61, also spoke about life inside Buckingham Palace, as well as the “invasive” British press. “I must explain that the British press at the moment is completely and utterly cruel and abusive and so invasive,” Ferguson said. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle speak with Oprah...
    Long before Meghan Markle and Prince Harry spoke to Oprah Winfrey about the trials of royal life, Sarah Ferguson spilled her own tea in a 1996 interview. In the hours leading up to the Sussexes’ bombshell tell-all Sunday on CBS, a clip from Ferguson’s previous chat with Winfrey, 67, resurfaced, in which the Duchess of York, 61, opened up about marrying into the royal family. “You didn’t marry the fairy tale, you married a man,” Ferguson said of her marriage to Prince Andrew, which ended in 1996. “You fell in love and you married the man, and then you have to come to terms with the fairytale. Now it’s not a fairy tale, it’s real life,” Ferguson continued at the time. Ferguson, who shares daughters Beatrice, 32, and Eugenie, 32, with Andrew, 61, also spoke about life inside Buckingham Palace, as well as the “invasive” British press. “I must explain that the British press at the moment is completely and utterly cruel and abusive and so invasive,” Ferguson said. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle speak with Oprah Winfrey.AP In...
    FOR more than 7,250 days, Rick Cressman has been waiting for an apology from the woman who slaughtered his brother. Jane Andrews, a former aide to the Duchess of York, murdered her millionaire boyfriend Tom Cressman just days after learning he did not want to get married. 18Jane Andrews with Tom Cressman In 2000Credit: Collect 18Sarah Ferguson (right) with her ex-dresser Jane Andrews before her convictionCredit: Alpha Press In the 20 years since her conviction, Andrews – who is now free – has never said sorry to Tom’s grieving family. But the callous killer did apologise - not to her victim’s family, but to Prince Andrew, for bringing shame on her old employers the Royal Family. In an exclusive interview with The Sun, Tom’s hotelier brother Rick, 69, says: “It shows absolute contempt for the real victim and our family. “She hit him over the head with a cricket bat and then rammed a bloody great kitchen knife through his heart. 18Rick Cressman the brother of murder victim Tom, has shared his anguishCredit: Shutterstock 18Jane Andrews is now free following...
    SARAH Ferguson has called for her and Prince Andrew's first grandchild to be treated with "respect and kindness" amid a turbulent time for the royal family. The Duchess of York, 61, made the comment following the birth of daughter Princess Eugenie's son August Philip on February 9. 5Sarah Ferguson has called for "respect and kindness" for her first grandchild after Princess Eugenie gave birth earlier this month.Credit: Reuters The happy news came as Andrew, also 61, faces continued scrutiny over his relationship with billionaire sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein. Meanwhile, Eugenie's cousin Prince Harry, 36, and wife Meghan, 39, faced a backlash days after the birth when they publicly announced they were expecting their second child on Instagram despite calls for privacy. 5The baby joy comes amid a turbulent time for the family as Prince Andrew faces continued scrutiny over his connections to Jeffrey Epstein. The couple have come under further scrutiny for filming a tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey, 67, prior to permanently quitting the royal family on Friday. Speaking in a Fergie & Friends video on her YouTube...
    How to survive the next snowmageddon in style Teddy Bridgewater signals unhappiness with Panthers via social media © Provided by People David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images; Jack Brooksbank via Getty Images Sarah Ferguson is feeling "blessed" to have her first grandchild! Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank welcomed a baby boy, August Philip Hawke Brooksbank, on Feb. 9, officially making her parents, Fergie and Prince Andrew, first-time grandparents. On Saturday, the Duchess of York, 60, expressed her excitement over the new addition to the family with a heartfelt message on Twitter on behalf of her and Andrew. "As Grandparents, The Duke and I are thrilled and blessed at the arrival of our grandson August Philip Hawke Brooksbank," she wrote alongside photos of the newborn and his parents. "He is a beautiful blessing and a bringer of such love and joy to all our Family." Can't get enough of PEOPLE's Royals coverage? Sign up for our free Royals newsletter to get the latest updates on Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle and more! As Grandparents, The Duke and I are thrilled and blessed at the arrival...
    Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank at their wedding in 2018; Sarah, Duchess of York, and Prince Andrew, Duke of York, in 2015. Pool/Samir Hussein/WireImage; Samir Hussein/WireImage Sarah Ferguson said she and Prince Andrew are "blessed" to welcome their first grandkid. Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank shared their baby boy's name: August Philip Hawke Brooksbank. August was born on February 9 and is the ninth great-grandchild of the Queen and Prince Philip. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, shared a statement from herself and Prince Andrew, Duke of York, after their youngest daughter Princess Eugenie of York and her husband Jack Brooksbank announced the name of their baby boy: August Philip Hawke Brooksbank. "As Grandparents, The Duke and I are thrilled and blessed at the arrival of our grandson August Philip Hawke Brooksbank," Ferguson wrote on Saturday on Twitter and Instagram. "He is a beautiful blessing and a bringer of such love and joy to all our Family. I am so proud of Jack and Eugenie, they are and will be wonderful parents."—Sarah...
    BYOP: The 15 Best Portable Generators for Emergency Backup Power Bruce Arians speaks out on Tampa Bay Buccaneers key free agents © Provided by People David M Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images for Hope and Homes for Children Jack Brooksbank, Princess Eugenie and Sarah Ferguson Sarah Ferguson is well known by her nickname "Fergie," but now she has a new title: "Granny!" Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank welcomed a baby boy — whose name has not yet been released — on Feb. 9, officially making her parents, Fergie and Prince Andrew, first-time grandparents. Fergie, 60, expressed her excitement over the family's new addition on Wednesday's episode of "Story Time with Fergie & Friends," a YouTube series for children that she started during the COVID-19 pandemic. "Hello! Magic dust is in the air," the Duchess York said to open the show while waving a magic wand and playing with a stuffed animal unicorn. "Very exciting times — and I'm a granny!" Fergie read a book tied to the occasion called Baby on the Way, but not before putting on her "granny hat"...
    She may have just become a grandmother for the first time, but Sarah Ferguson is displaying a noticeably more youthful complexion than she was last summer. The Duchess of York, 61, has previously admitted to having a few tweakments to help hold back the clock - revealing she'd undergone laser treatment on her face before daughter Princess Eugenie's wedding to Jack Brooksbank in 2018. And in the run-up to Eugenie welcoming a baby boy, Sarah looked visibly more radiant, especially during her installments of Storytime with Fergie and Friends on her YouTube channel. Not only did her skin look smoother, her flaming red locks also appear to have taken on a darker, glossier hue compared to last year. So, is her new look down to deftly applied make-up - or has Fergie undergone a cosmetic procedure or two? FEMAIL asked the experts... Not only does new grandmother Sarah Ferguson's skin look smoother recently (right), her flaming red locks also appear to have taken on a darker, glossier hue compared to last year (left) ...
    Homes in Foreclosure Are Getting More Expensive Porsche Sets Land Speed Record – Indoors Sarah Ferguson Is"Thrilled" About Her First Grandson Princess Eugenie and Jacks Brooksbanks welcomed their baby boy on February 9, 2021 and Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York (or Fergie, as she is affectionately nicknamed), couldn't be happier with her first grandson. When the pregnancy was announced, she posted on Instagram that she"cannot wait to be a grandmother" as she turns 60 and that"Welcoming a new baby into the York family is going to be a moment of profound joy." I am so excited by the news that Eugenie and Jack are expecting their first child. Thrilled for them both and in my 60th year cannot wait to be a grandmother. Welcoming a new baby into the York family is going to be a moment of profound joy pic.twitter.com/nGtMkqNTKJ— Sarah Ferguson (@SarahTheDuchess) September 25, 2020Princess Eugenie herself posted a sweet photo from The Portland Hospital, where the baby was born. As is custom with the royal family, we may not know the baby boy's name for awhile,...
    Sarah Ferguson was so nervous about meeting her future in-laws that she tripped over one of the Queen's beloved Corgis and spilled her drink, a royal biographer claims in a new documentary. Ingrid Seward, editor of Majesty magazine, reveals the Duchess' series of awkward faux-pas in tonight's When Fergie Met The Monarchy on Channel 5. She told how Fergie, then aged around 24, travelled to the Sandringham estate to meet the family of her boyfriend Prince Andrew - a meeting which could make or break their union. Unsure to whom she should curtsey, Seward told how Fergie knelt before everyone in order to avoid offence.  A documentary airing tonight on Channel 5 looks back at Sarah Ferguson's relationship with the royal family before and after her wedding to Prince Andrew on 23 July 1986 (pictured at Westminster Abbey on the day) In the documentary, royal commentator and editor of Majesty magazine Ingrid Seward reveals a 'nervous' Fergie committed several blunders upon meeting the Queen at the Sandringham Estate (pictured with The Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and Prince...
    If you love The Daily Beast’s royal coverage, then we hope you’ll enjoy The Royalist, a members-only series for Beast Inside. Become a member to get it in your inbox on Sunday. Sarah Ferguson, the irrepressible former wife of Prince Andrew, continues to stand by her beleaguered man. Despite the fact they are divorced, the two continue to live together. They are currently, sources tell The Daily Beast, sequestered under COVID travel bans at the prince’s grace-and-favor home, Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park. Harry and Meghan’s biographer Omid Scobie speculated this week that their pregnant daughter, Princess Eugenie, and her husband, Jack Brooksbank, had also moved into Royal Lodge but a source close to Eugenie and Jack told the Daily Beast that this is categorically not the case: the younger royals continue to reside at Harry and Meghan’s former home, Frogmore Cottage. Eugenie has always been exceptionally close to Harry. Under current British lockdown rules, people are not allowed to leave their home except for essential purposes and daily exercise, so it is perhaps unsurprising that it was in the...
    There was one British royal who admitted to watching "The Crown." The Netflix series traces the nearly 70-year reign of Queen Elizabeth II. While the historical drama has been much dissected since its 2016 premiere for its dramatic interpretations of the royal family, the current fourth season has sparked the most debates and headlines. Set in the ‘80s, the series now focuses on the widely publicized marriage of Prince Charles and Princess Diana, as well as the 11-year tenure of Conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, which transformed and divided Britain. It also depicted Prince Andrew’s 1986 nuptials to Sarah Ferguson. Tom Bryne portrayed Andrew, 60, and Jessica Aquilina starred as the Duchess of York, 61. PRINCE HARRY ADDRESSES CAPITOL RIOTS, SAYS SOCIAL MEDIA PLAYED A ROLE: 'NO WAY TO DOWNPLAY THIS' Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, is one British royal who has admitted to watching 'The Crown' on Netflix. (Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images for IWC) "I thought it was filmed beautifully," Ferguson told Us Weekly on Monday. "The cinematography was excellent. I loved the way they put...
    The Duchess of York has predicted Princess Eugenie will be 'an incredibly empathetic and very strong mother' - weeks before the royal's due date in mid-February.  Eugenie, 30, is pregnant with her first baby with husband Jack Brooksbank, who will be the Queen's ninth great-grandchild and the first grandchild of Prince Andrew, 60, and Sarah Ferguson, 61.  Speaking to Us weekly, the Duchess said Eugenie would follow in her footsteps and be 'a very present' parent, adding: 'She is incredibly empathetic and will be a great mother.' Days ago, it was revealed the Queen's granddaughter is 'nesting' at Frogmore Cottage, following reports she's moved back in with her parents at the nearby Royal Lodge over the Christmas break to prepare for her first child.  The Duchess of York, 61, has revealed Princess Eugenie, 30, will be 'an incredibly empathetic and very strong mother' - weeks before the royal's due date in mid-February Emulate Princess Eugenies sparkle in a Maje mini dress £239 ...
    SARAH Ferguson has revealed a surprising real life connection to Netflix's Bridgerton - and teased there are five more seasons to come. The Duchess of York is a big fan of the Netflix period drama, which recently confirmed it would return for a second season. The best series on Netflix The best movies on Netflix New on Netflix: What to watch this week   4Sarah Ferguson has revealed her real life connection to Netflix hit Bridgerton Credit: The Mega Agency Sarah, 61, has now revealed her own personal connection to the show, and hinted it could carry on for another five seasons. She told Us Weekly magazine: "I adored Bridgerton so much that I watched it twice, deliberately. I’m obsessed with it. “I think Daphne is a terrific character, as we see her learning about life. I love the way she learns to use her strong voice. "It chimed with me because now is the time for women to speak up. 4Fergie is a huge fan of the period drama and revealed it might be filming at...
    DIY RVs and vans you have to see to believe Cars That Stand the Test of Time Sarah Ferguson gave Bridgerton the royal stamp of approval: Im obsessed with it © Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images Sarah Ferguson loves "Bridgerton" like the rest of us. Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images Not even the royal family is immune to the charms of everyone's latest Netflix obsession, "Bridgerton." "I adored 'Bridgerton' so much that I watched it twice, deliberately. I'm obsessed with it," Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York and ex-wife of Prince Andrew, told Us Weekly. She said she specifically enjoyed Daphne's growth as a character and "learning to use her strong voice." The Duchess of York even thinks they'll be shooting some of season two at her old home, Sunninghill Park. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. It seems like everyone with a Netflix account has been praising "Bridgerton," the Regency-era drama based on the Julia Quinn book series of the same name. And now, the show has the official royal stamp of approval from Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess...
    Sarah Ferguson loves "Bridgerton" like the rest of us. Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images Not even the royal family is immune to the charms of everyone's latest Netflix obsession, "Bridgerton." "I adored 'Bridgerton' so much that I watched it twice, deliberately. I'm obsessed with it," Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York and ex-wife of Prince Andrew, told Us Weekly. She said she specifically enjoyed Daphne's growth as a character and "learning to use her strong voice." The Duchess of York even thinks they'll be shooting some of season two at her old home, Sunninghill Park. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. It seems like everyone with a Netflix account has been praising "Bridgerton," the Regency-era drama based on the Julia Quinn book series of the same name. And now, the show has the official royal stamp of approval from Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York and ex-wife of Prince Andrew. While speaking with Us Weekly about her latest novel, "Her Heart for a Compass," Ferguson shared that she's just as enamored with "Bridgerton" as the rest of us....
    Sarah, the Duchess of York, has landed a book deal for her debut novel for adults, a historical romance fictionalizing the life and loves of her great-great-great aunt. I’m delighted to announce my first historical romance novel, #HerHeartForACompass, published in August by @MillsandBoon (UK) and @WmMorrowBooks (US)! Set in the Victorian era, the book is about daring to follow your heart against the odds. Pre-order UK: https://t.co/Lv1pyfM3kP pic.twitter.com/cqz3lLT2sa— Sarah Ferguson (@SarahTheDuchess) January 13, 2021 In a promotional video posted Wednesday on her Twitter account, the former Sarah Ferguson said the novel, titled “Her Heart for a Compass,” is set in the Victorian era and is “about daring to follow your heart against the odds.” The Duchess wore a Victorian-style outfit in the video and described her heroine as strong, rebellious and courageous. Publisher Mills & Boon, a romance imprint of British publisher Harlequin UK, said the story is based on Sarah’s ancestor, Lady Margaret Montagu Douglas Scott, who fled an arranged marriage and “the confines of polite society.” The Duchess said she also drew on “many parallels from my life” for the...
    Pregnant Princess Eugenie has moved out of Frogmore Cottage and in with her parents Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew,  a royal correspondent has claimed. Finding Freedom author Omid Scobie said Eugenie, 30, and her husband Jack Brooksbank, 34,  moved into the Royal Lodge in Windsor before Christmas after spending just six weeks at Harry and Meghan's former home.  In the latest episode of Scobie's podcast The HeirPod, ABC News London correspondent Maggie Rulli, said: 'We saw something in the news a few weeks ago about how Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank had moved into Frogmore Cottage. Princess Eugenie has moved out of Frogmore Cottage and in with her parents Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew as she prepares for the birth of her first child, a royal correspondent has claimed. She is pictured in Mayfair in December  'Harry and Meghan had opened the doors to the home to the couple and then mysteriously there was a report that said they had moved out. And no one really knew exactly where they were.' Scobie then explained the couple spent the Christmas holiday at the...
    PRINCESSES Beatrice and Eugenie made a rare public appearance together as they paid tribute to their charitable mother, Sarah Ferguson. The pair spoke of their mum's "boundless energy" on the 30th anniversary of the Teenage Cancer Trust, a foundation opened by Sarah, the Duchess of York. 4Pregnant Princess Eugenie welled up as she paid tribute to her mum on a video call with sister BeatriceCredit: Teenage Cancer Trust Since opening the charity 30 years ago, Sarah has remained actively involved, with her two daughters often accompanying her on hospital visits. Pregnant Eugenie glowed as she thanked her mum for being an inspiration. The Royal is said to have moved back into Kensington Palace after initial reports suggested she was set to live in Frogmore Cottage. Speaking on the call, the 30-year-old said: “We’re very honoured to be here, but we wouldn’t be here unless you had educated us in how we give back to people.” Waving her hand as she visibly became emotional, she said: “I’m going to cry. Stop it.” 4Princess Beatrice also chimed in with her...
    The Crown's portrayal of Prince Charles and Prince Andrew as warring brothers is 'not accurate' because the pair enjoyed a close relationship in the early years of their respective marriages, a royal expert has claimed. The fourth series of the hit Netflix shows Prince Andrew (Andrew Buchan) accusing Prince Charles (Josh O'Connor) of being 'jealous' of his military record and popularity around the time of his 1986 wedding to Sarah Ferguson.  But in reality the brothers were close and, together with Sarah Ferguson and Princess Diana, established themselves as the original 'fab four' of the royal family, Katie Nicholl told Australian website 9Honey. It was only later that a rivalry developed between them, she said.    The Crown's portrayal of Prince Charles and Prince Andrew as warring brothers is 'not accurate' because the pair enjoyed a close relationship in the early years of their respective marriages, a royal expert has claimed. Pictured in 1987, left to right: Prince Charles, Princess Diana, Duchess of York and Prince Andrew The Netflix shows Prince Andrew (Andrew Buchan) accusing Prince Charles (Josh O'Connor)...
    NORTH CAROLINA -- "I look at those pictures and I'm like, how the hell did my parents not know that I was queer?" Sara Shook grew up in a conservative, Christian household where she wasn't allowed to listen to music unless it was classical or for worship. When she started writing her own songs, she realized that she not only loved country music, but that she identified as queer as well. In 2013, she started Sarah Shook and the Disarmers, a band known for their uncompromising sound and outspoken point of view. Watch as we surprise her with a message from one of her heroes who helped pave the way for LGBTQ representation in country music. To learn more about Sarah and the Disarmers visit: www.disarmers.com