Sarah Ferguson Will Support King Charles and Queen Camilla
The Royal Family news and updates say that Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, said that she will support King Charles III and Queen Camilla.
In a recent interview, Sarah Ferguson declared that she would support King Charles and Queen Camilla in their new roles in the British Monarchy.
Prince Charles is set to be crowned King Charles III on May 6th. He was the successor of Queen Elizabeth II, who died in September last year due to old age. The queen was 96 years old at the time of her death. Prince Philip, the queen’s husband, died the year before her death.
Sarah Ferguson’s interview with PEOPLE
Sarah also revealed in the interview that she is very supportive of the King and the Queen Consort and that she will continue to support them in the future.
When asked about the ceremony to be held in about two months, she said that it is very British. She is very excited about it. She also added that she had always loved the monarchy and that she will continue to support the institution, especially now under new leadership.
Fergie also revealed that Queen Elizabeth II has always been her role model. According to her, the queen was brilliant at comforting people. She also said that the queen’s faith is incredible, and she thinks that’s how a queen is supposed to be.
After the queen died last year, Sarah became in charge of taking care of her last corgis. The dogs’ names were Sandy and Muick. And if the queen would ask her anything, she said that it would probably be about her dogs.
The late queen has always been fond of corgis since she was a child. Her first Welsh Corgi was Dookie. In her lifetime, Queen Elizabeth II owned about 30 dogs. The queen loved her dogs so much.
According to Sarah, Sandy, and Muick barks at nothing. And she believes that it is probably the queen they are seeing. Although there are scenarios like this, Sarah is grateful to be able to take care of the late queen’s beloved corgis.
Sarah’s writing career
Apart from supporting the royal family, taking care of dogs, and being involved in charities, Sarah also has an interest in writing. She had already published books. And now, she’s about to release her second historical fiction novel on March 7. The title of the book is A Most Intriguing Lady.
According to reports, the novel explores the invisible women throughout history. She also said that it is some sort of a detective novel as well.
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