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Sarah Ferguson says ‘extraordinary’ queen ‘does her good’

Sarah Ferguson says ‘extraordinary’ queen is ‘doing well’ and insists she’s still ‘close as glue’ to ex-husband Prince Andrew in French magazine interview

  • Sarah Ferguson said the Queen is ‘doing well’, describing her as an ‘icon’
  • Added divorce from Prince Andrew was ‘the hardest thing she’s ever done’
  • It’s because the queen had to miss the engagement due to ill health


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Sarah Ferguson has said the Queen is “doing well”, while describing her mother-in-law as “an icon” who says she has to “pinch herself” to remind herself how lucky she is.

In conversation with French magazine Paris matchThe Duchess of York, 62, described Her Majesty as “an extraordinary woman” and said her divorce from Prince Andrew, 61, was the “hardest thing she’s ever done” but insisted the former couple “are still close like glue’.

Princess Eugenie’s mother, 31, and Princess Beatrice, 33, gave an interview about her book Her Heart for a Compass, which is now available in French.

Sarah Ferguson has said the Queen is 'doing well', describing her mother-in-law as 'an icon' and saying she needs to 'pinch herself' to remind herself how lucky she is

Sarah Ferguson has said the Queen is ‘doing well’, describing her mother-in-law as ‘an icon’ and saying she needs to ‘pinch herself’ to remind herself how lucky she is

The news about the Queen’s health comes as she saw her first personal engagement of a month this week following her recent health issues.

Her Majesty previously warned that ‘none of us can delay the passage of time’ via a speech by the Earl of Wessex after the monarch failed to address the National Assembly of the Church of England for the first time in her 69-year reign.

The Duchess of York, known as ‘Fergie’, said today: ‘It goes well with her. She is my icon. When I see her, I pinch myself to remind myself how lucky I am. She is an extraordinary woman’.

The royal, who still lives with Prince Andrew at the Royal Lodge in Windsor, added that her divorce was “the hardest thing she’s ever been through” because “she’s not the type to give up.”

The royal, who still lives with Prince Andrew at the Royal Lodge in Windsor, added that her divorce was “the hardest thing she’s ever been through” because “she’s not the type to give up.” The Queen and the Duke and Duchess of York are pictured at the Royal Windsor Horse Show in 1987

“Andrew and I have managed to keep our friendship and our duty. As I often say, we prioritize the three Cs: communication, compromise and compassion.’

It comes when she spoke to French radio program Ca vous on France 5, where she told the presenters she was “close as glue” to Andrew, while also describing her daughters as “coolest” by saying she has a “tripod.” ‘ to be.

“I’m very happy that I married the best man on July 23, 1986, so I support him and I support everything that is right,” she added.

She also spoke of her sons-in-law, saying that Beatrice’s husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi is “very handsome.”

About Eugenie’s husband Jack Brooksbank, she added: ‘He sells Tequila so that mother-in-law is happy’

The Duchess of York pictured with her daughters Princess Beatrice, 32, and Princess Eugenie, 31, and her ex-husband Prince Andrew

The Duchess of York pictured with her daughters Princess Beatrice, 32, and Princess Eugenie, 31, and her ex-husband Prince Andrew

The Duchess of York pictured with her daughters Princess Beatrice, 32, and Princess Eugenie, 31, and her ex-husband Prince Andrew

The Duchess of York’s Her Heart For A Compass, which is based on Sarah’s own life journey and includes investigations into her parentage, is a fictionalized account of the life of the Duchess’s enchanted aunt, Lady Margaret Montagu Douglas-Scott.

It was co-written with Marguerite Kaye, who has written more than 50 historical novels set in different eras.

However, it received mostly negative reviews in the press after hitting shelves in August.

Critics labeled the book “boring” and a “slog” with a “tacky” protagonist and a tone that jumps between “archaic and contemporary.” Almost everyone commented on the lack of sex, saying it was on the Mills & Boon “PG end.”

But at the time, Sarah said she and co-author Margarete Kaye, who has written more than 60 books, “stayed united” behind the work.

She will publish her second historical novel in 2022, which will again be co-written with Kaye.

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