In a few weeks, the coronation of Charles III will take place in London. Sarah Ferguson recently told the Telegraph Magazine what she thought about it…
Although he did not always carry her in his heart, Sarah Ferguson does not stop praising Charles III. This Saturday, March 4, the Duchess of York was invited by the Telegraph Magazine to give her point of view about the coronation of the latter. She who, in the past, was the wife of Prince Andrew, the third child of Elizabeth II, said that the ceremony, which will take place on May 6 in London, would be “an extraordinary moment”.
To support her point of view, the mother of Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie told the British newspaper that the King is someone “brilliant”, who “supports everything that is good”, before referring to his interest in the environmental cause, as well as in painting. And he continued, about the sovereign: “He is a very special person.”
For a long time, Charles III hated Sarah Ferguson
To the chagrin of the British royal family, Sarah Ferguson has often found herself on the front page of the tabloids. While she had separated from Prince Andrew in the spring of 1992, a scandal broke in the summer of the same year: she had been photographed at the edge of a pool with her financial advisor licking her toes. After being kept out of the Windsor for a while, she gradually returned to the good graces of the crown, thanks to the intervention of Queen Consort Camilla, as revealed by the Daily Mail in late January.
In addition, during the fall of last year, The Sun had reported that King Charles III – ex-brother-in-law of Sarah Ferguson – had long hated her. “For thirty years, she used to make Christmas dinner alone,” a source close to Sandringham told our colleagues. In other words, it seems that Camilla has whispered in the ear of her husband to put water in his wine …
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Please pardon but who cares what Sarah Ferguson thinks about the coronation?
The monarchy provided her with rent free super luxurious accommodation for decades.
I don’t diss her, just saying.
She is a person in her own right but I really don’t think the House of Windsor trembles when she expresses an opinion in public.