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Sarah Ferguson and plastic surgery: the Duchess of York without taboo!

On the occasion of the publication, this February 28 on Instagram, of a new photo of Sarah Ferguson, discover the secrets of the Duchess of York to hide the signs of age.

Sarah Ferguson is 63 years old, but for her fans across the globe, the Duchess of York does not seem to have aged with the years. The proof is with the reactions of her Instagram followers, under her latest post. This Tuesday, February 28, the mother of princesses Beatrice and Eugenie has indeed shared a photo of her to proudly announce that she would be, on March 6, at the 92nd Street Y cultural center, in New York.

She will be with Samantha Barry, the editor of the American version of Glamour magazine, to talk about her latest book called A Most Intriguing Lady: A Novel, which will be released on March 7. In the comments, under the picture of Sarah Ferguson, many fans complimented her on her appearance. “I think you look amazing and always have. So much a beautiful woman,” one read. And in order to maintain the same physique year after year, the Duchess of York has a little secret. The writer and ex-wife of Prince Andrew has no taboo about it, openly declaring that she has already had plastic surgery.

A duchess who has performed a facelift by tensor threads

As reported in Hello magazine, this February 28, Sarah Ferguson had announced in 2019 to the Daily Mail that she had dared Botox in order to be more comfortable with her reflection in the mirror. “I’m really happy to be open about what I’ve been able to do,” she launched in the columns of our confreres. In 2013, the Duchess of York explained that she had performed mesotherapy injections. This is a technique using a cocktail of vitamins, enzymes, hormones and plant extracts to give a younger appearance. She also succumbed to a thread lift, the results of which last only two years on average. “You insert the threads under the skin with a fine needle and they hold everything in place,” she said, noting that it “also encourages collagen production.”

Photo credits: AGENCY / BESTIMAGE

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