Princes William and Harry: Sarah Ferguson plays the mediator

The hatchet seems to be far from being buried between Princes William and Harry. But the sons of Prince Charles can count on a major ally: Sarah Ferguson. Their aunt, faithful friend of their mother Diana, intends to play the mediators.

Sarah Ferguson grew up with Princess Diana. The mother of princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, then married to Prince Andrew of York, became the best friend of the princess of hearts as a teenager. In the columns of People, she makes some confidences and seems to want to play mediator between her two nephews William and Harry, always at war. “She would be so proud of her sons and their wives,” says Fergie.

Soothed, the 61-year-old recent grandmother also talks about Diana’s grandchildren and what she would have thought of them, during this long interview. “And she would be like me, obsessed with her grandchildren. Because that’s what she loved,” she shared about the late Lady Diana. This loyal friend who “adored (her) daughters.” “She loved boys. That would be her refuge. Her paradise,” she says. Words that should touch the respective parents of George, Charlotte and Louis, as well as Archie and Little Lilibet Diana.


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The wonderful wives they have chosen

While Prince William is still firmly wound up against Meghan and Prince Harry, and now intends to show his weariness with the couple and defend himself, Sarah Ferguson assures that Diana would be proud of the wives of each. “If she were sitting with me right now, I know she would say, ‘I’m so proud of my two boys and the wonderful wives they have chosen. Because each one has its own voice,” says the Duchess of York, whose first novel will be published on August 3. If Princes William and Harry have always been able to count on Kate Middleton to play the mediators, they now also receive the support of their aunt.

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  1. Brilliant news i realy hope both william and harry do make amend as blood is thicker than water and they should be closer for there childrens sakes

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