She used to be an active member of The Firm herself, but Sarah Ferguson revealed that she watched a platinum jubilee celebration from home earlier this month.
Sarah, 62, praised her daughters, Princess Beatrice (33) and Princess Eugenie (32), as she reflected on the holiday weekend held in honor of the Queen’s 70 years on the throne.
Speaking on a Graham Norton radio show with a Waitrose podcast, the author and grandmother of two revealed that she was ‘screaming on her TV’ and cheering on her daughters as they made their way to St. Paul’s Cathedral for Thanksgiving for the Queen on 3 June.
‘Everyone else looked a little … very serious and they were smiling and really grateful to their grandmother for these 70 years,’ she added.
Sarah Ferguson, 62, praised her daughters, Princess Beatrice, 33, and Princess Eugenie, 32, as she reflected on the holiday weekend held in honor of the Queen’s 70 years on the throne. (pictured at the Thanksgiving service at St. Paul’s Cathedral on June 3)
Sarah, who is commonly known as Fergie, in the picture on the red carpet of the 2022 Italy Recordings on June 12, said that her daughters are “extraordinary”.
Prince Andrew’s ex-wife, known as Fergie, said she still can’t get over how ‘beautiful’ the two princesses were at the service.
“I watched television like, ‘Well done girls, you’re laughing,'” she said.
‘I can’t get over how beautiful my girls look. When they went to the jubilee Thanksgiving, it wasn’t very nice, ‘she said.
‘I couldn’t get over it. She was Beatrice in blue and Eugenie in orange and they were laughing, right. I am so grateful, ‘she added.
The Duchess of York, who watched the ceremony from home, said other members of the royal family looked “very serious” during the service in St.
‘I was screaming on TV,’ admitted the mother of two.
Continuing to glorify the virtues of her daughters, she added: ‘I think the way Beatrice and Eugenie behave and behave is simply extraordinary.’
The Duchess of York made a comparison with how her upbringing affected her adult life and how she raised her family.
‘I raised them to understand how they felt,’ she said. “I told them very, very early, ‘Express yourself, express your feelings.’ Because when you do, you’re inclined not to fall into the big traps I’ve fallen into.
“I think she’s a 12-year-old mother left, don’t worry, I’m not looking for excuses, it’s a great sense of self-sabotage of myself,” Graham explained.
“Because you must be worthy of your mother to leave you. I think I acted it out, I don’t know how long. ‘
The author opened up more about raising her daughters and the different parenting styles of her and Prince Andrew.
‘As parents, Andrew sticks very, very much to the Navy schedule and has the right discipline and has always been that way,’ she said.
‘The river is still coming, – that’s what I call myself – to give that sense of humor and that sense of joy and that little bit of freedom and I’ve always been that way with girls so they have the best of both,’ she admitted.
Fergie, who publicly expressed support for Prince Andrew last week, also opened up roughly as with her grandchildren.
He sometimes cares for the 17-month-old son of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank August, and the eight-month-old daughter of Princess Beatrice and Edo Mapelli Mozzi Sienna.
She said being a grandmother is ‘amazing’, adding Augusta: “She really considers me adored, once I know he really thinks I’m funny.
“And Sienna is amazing, she’s only nine months old, but she usually grabs my chubby cheeks and says,‘ I want to punch you in the cheeks grandma, ’I’m very happy,” Fergie told Graham.
Speaking about her book Heart for a Compass, which was published in paperback last month, Fergie admitted that she and her heroine Lady Margaret share many similar views.
Sarah Ferguson, 62, (center) talked about what it’s like to spend time with your two grandchildren. Her daughter Princess Eugenie (left) gave birth in August in February, while Princess Beatrice (right) gave birth to daughter Siena in September 2021.
One common point, Graham underlined, is that Lady Margaret ‘threw out the ordinance.’
“You said I broke the rules, but I still believe every day,“ but who wrote the rules? ”Fergie joked.
‘It’s just your own integrity of kindness and kindness and always turning your cheeks,’ she said.
‘If someone hurts or hurts you or if something is written about you, just keep going,’ she said.
Last week, Fergie told British entrepreneur Matt Haycox, in his podcast The Matt Haycox Show, that she was a ‘damn good mom’ and that her daughters, Princess Beatrice, 33, and Eugenie, 32, had taken parental signs from her.
Sarah told Eugenie aand Beatrice are ‘the best ambassadors of good motherhood.’
Reflecting on her childhood, the mother of two, who lives at the Royal Lodge in Windsor, said she was told as a child that thinking about herself was selfish, which led her to make bad decisions.