After the Queen’s death, her ‘mental fetters’ fell
In a US interview, Sarah Ferguson spoke about the late Queen and disgraced Prince Harry and Prince Andrew.
Sarah Ferguson (63), the ex-wife of the disgraced Prince Andrew (63), has in the TV interview with “Good Morning America” interesting insights into their emotional world. These have apparently changed significantly since the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September last year, according to “Fergie”.
“I feel liberated. It’s like I’ve removed mental bonds from my brain.” Then she said something that, after all the drama about Prince Harry (38) and Duchess Meghan (41), probably made the entire British royal family sit up and take notice: “I don’t know if it’s related to the death of the Queen. But now I’ve got it Feeling like I can say whatever I want without worrying about offending anyone.” Now she is finally the “true, authentic Sarah”.
The worry that after the Sussexes, they will also unpack publicly about the royal family, the royal relatives apparently do not have to worry about. “I support the king and queen in every way – I’ve known them all my life,” said Ferguson.
It is therefore still unclear whether she will also be present at their coronation, which will take place on May 6 of this year. An invitation from King Charles III. (74), whom she describes as a “remarkable person”, she has not yet received, according to the report.
That’s what she says about the problem princes
And she also raved about Prince Harry in the interview. It pleases her deeply, “to see Harry so happy. He has a wonderful wife and beautiful children. (…) He deserves to be loved like that.”
Regarding the cause of Prince Andrew, whose connection to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein (1953-2019) cast another shadow on the royal family, his ex-wife said: “We are there for each other. When I went through difficult times in the past, Andrew was always there me there. He’s extremely friendly and he’s a great grandfather.” Together with her daughters Beatrice (34) and Eugenie (32), she had to witness “the decline of a very strong man”, which was “difficult to watch” for all of them. “But you can’t go on every journey. That’s your journey.”