Sarah Ferguson says 'extraordinary' Queen is her 'doing well'

Sarah Ferguson dice "straordinario"’ Queen is ‘doing welland insists she’s still ‘close like gluewith ex-husband Prince Andrew in interview with French magazine

  • Sarah Ferguson said the Queen is ‘doing wellas she described her as an ‘icon
  • Added divorce from Prince Andrew was ‘the hardest thing she’s every done
  • Comes as the Queen was forced to miss engagement due to ill health
  • Sarah Ferguson has said the Queen is ‘doing wellas she described her mother-in-law as ‘an iconsaying she has to ‘pinch herselfto remind herself how lucky she is.

    Speaking to French magazine Partita di Parigi, il Duchessa di York, 62, described Her Majesty as ‘an extraordinary womanand said that her divorce from Prince Andrew, 61, was the ‘hardest thing she’s ever donebut insisted the former couple are ‘still close like glue’.

    The mother of Princess Eugenie, 31 e Principessa Beatrice, 33, was giving an interview about her book Her Heart for a Compass, which is now available in a French.

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

    Sarah Ferguson has said the Queen is ‘doing wellas she described her mother-in-law as ‘an iconsaying she has to ‘pinch herselfto remind herself how lucky she is

    The news about the Queen’s health comes as she was seen this week conducting her first in-person engagement for month following her recent health issues.

    Her Majesty earlier warned that ‘none of us can slow the passage of timevia a speech delivered by the Earl of Wessex after the monarch failed to address the Church of England’s national assembly for the first time in her 69-year reign.

    Parlando oggi, La duchessa di York, who is known as ‘Fergie’ disse: ‘She is doing well. She is my icon. When I see her, I pinch myself to remind myself how lucky I am. She is an extraordinary woman’.

    Il reale, who still lives at the Royal Lodge in Windsor with Prince Andrew, added her divorce was ‘the hardest thing she’s ever been throughbecause ‘she’s not the type to give up’.

    Il reale, who still lives at the Royal Lodge in Windsor with Prince Andrew, added 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 in 1987 at the Royal Windsor Horse Show

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

    ‘Andrew and I have managed to preserve our friendship and the duty that was ours. As I often say, we prioritise the three Cs: comunicazione, compromise and compassion.

    It comes as she spoke to French radio show C a vous on France 5, where she told presenters she was ‘close like glueto Andrew, while she also described her daughters as ‘coolestsaying they are a ‘tripod’.

    ‘I’m delighted to have married the best man on 23 luglio 1986, so I support him and I support everything that is right,’ lei ha aggiunto.

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

    On Eugenie’s husband Jack Brooksbank she added: ‘He sells Tequila so the 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

    La duchessa di York è il suo cuore per una bussola, che attinge al viaggio della vita di Sarah e incorpora la ricerca sui suoi antenati, è un racconto immaginario della vita della prozia della duchessa Lady Margaret Montagu Douglas-Scott.

    È stato scritto insieme a Marguerite Kaye, chi ha scritto più di 50 romanzi storici ambientati in una varietà di epoche.

    però, ha ricevuto recensioni per lo più negative dalla stampa dopo essere uscito sugli scaffali ad agosto.

    I critici hanno bollato il libro come "noioso"’ e uno "sgobbone"’ con un "insipido"’ protagonista e un tono che salta tra “arcaico e contemporaneo”. Quasi tutti hanno commentato la mancanza di sesso e hanno detto che era alla "fine del PG"’ di mulini & Vantaggio.

    Ma in quel momento, Sarah ha detto che lei e la co-autrice Margarete Kaye, chi ha scritto più di 60 libri, rimasto "unito"’ dietro il lavoro.

    Sta per pubblicare il suo secondo romanzo d'amore storico, che sarà di nuovo co-scritto con Kaye, nel 2022.

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