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The collaboration of our dreams.
In popular culture, there have always been two Fergies: the Duchess of York, and the musician behind the hit Fergalicious. They've been circling each other for years—the Duchess even called the other Fergie to complain when she titled her solo album "The Dutchess"—but now that the ...
 
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The Duchess suggested that the same was happening today—only made worse by the "sewer" of social media.
Sarah Ferguson has written an open letter about the sad state of social media—and how these new technologies are exacerbating society’s sexist inclination to pit women against each other."Take a look at any website, and you’ll see extraordinarily abusive comments aimed not only at ...
 
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Even an actual Queen loves Father Christmas.
The British royal family certainly knows how to celebrate Christmas—and meeting Santa Claus is no exception. Here, we've rounded up the best of the royals with Santa, from Princess Diana to Queen Elizabeth herself.This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com. * Minor edits have ...
 
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The Duchess opened up during a rare interview on Good Morning Britain.
The Duchess of York is opening up on what it was like to attend Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's nuptials.Sarah Ferguson's relationship with the royal family is somewhat on-again, off-again, due to her split from Prince Andrew (and tabloid-dominating scandal). She was not invited to Prince ...
 
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The Princess's mother loved that Eugenie was able to make a statement with her dress.
Sarah Ferguson is a very proud mom (or mum, as it were).The Duchess of York revealed a lot in her recent interview with the Daily Mail, but the most heartfelt quotes were reserved for her youngest daughter, Princess Eugenie."I always went to weddings and thought: 'Why is the ...
 
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All discomfort is relative.
A s far back as the Book of Genesis, when Jacob’s soon-to-be father-in-law tricked him into marrying the wrong daughter, in-laws have been universally acknowledged trip wires. Throughout the centuries, things haven’t gotten much better.Remember: It was the prospect of having the vulgar ...
 
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How did we miss this?
Sarah Ferguson's hat had everyone talking about Princess Eugenie's royal wedding to Jack Brooksbank. Did it look like Harry Potter's golden snitch? Or maybe the Wonder Woman logo? One broadcast commentator even compared it to venetian blinds (yikes).But just forget about the hat for just one second, ...
 
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The royal exes reportedly still live together 12 years after their divorce.
Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York have one of those royal relationships that might best be described as complicated. Despite being officially divorced since 1996, Andrew and Sarah have maintained a remarkably close bond. That may be for the sake of their children, ...
 
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Princess of Wales and Duchess of York were quite close for a number of years.
Prior to Princess Diana's tragic death in 1997, it was believed that the People's Princess was good pals with Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York. Taking a look back at some of their pictures together, it becomes evident just how close the ...
 
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Who knew there were so many priceless gowns floating around?
Meghan Markle wowed everyone this spring when she wore not one but two gorgeous wedding dresses to marry Prince Harry, but she's not the first royal bride to have multiple gowns.Sarah, Duchess of York, along with Diana, Princess of Wales, and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, also had ...
 
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The embroidery included anchors and bumblebees—but she reportedly asked for helicopters and teddy bears.
Five years after Princess Diana married the future King of England in a fairytale wedding, Sarah Ferguson prepared to walk down the aisle with her own prince. The press anticipated a sartorial flop, prematurely lambasting Prince Andrew's fiancée in the weeks leading up the ceremony, but ...
 
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The royal title doesn't come with cooking cred.
Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, says she'll be an "excellent" grandmother, but this 1999 clip from Oprah suggests she might be more of the "cool shopping trip" grandmother than the "homemade baked goods" sort.In the video, Ferguson, better known to the public as "Fergie," joins Oprah in a ...
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