Sarah Ferguson feels after the death of the Queen "freed"

Is King Charles amused by the words of his former sister-in-law Sarah “Fergie” Ferguson (63)? On the occasion of the publication of her new book “A Most Intriguing Lady” (in German: “A fascinating lady”) she spoke very openly about her life after the death of Queen Elizabeth II on the US show “Good Morning America”. Is the next royal drama to follow?

Speaking on Good Morning America, Prince Andrew’s former wife explains that her new novel is based in part on her own story – and it’s a well-known fact that books from the royal family can cause quite a stir!

Ferguson, who had a close relationship with Queen Elizabeth II, said she felt “liberated” to speak about the royal family after the monarch’s death. “It’s like I’ve removed the mental shackles from my brain. I don’t know if it’s because the Queen died that now I feel like I can just say what I want to say openly without worrying to do that I could offend someone,” said the 63-year-old. “I’m really, really the authentic Sarah now,” she added.

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Is this the next settlement with the British royal family? No, because the queen is still very close to her heart. “The most incredible thing about Her Majesty was that she listened. She really was my idol. She really was my legend,” she said, noting that she cares for the late Queen’s beloved dogs. “The corgis live with me and when we go outside they bark in the air and I think the queen is with me when they do that.” (cba)

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Deborah Acker

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