Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew tied the knot in a lavish ceremony at Westminster Abbey in 1986 however simply six years later the pair divorced. Sarah made her mark on the royal household with some unforgettable habits together with her notorious toe-sucking scandal. However regardless of the dangerous press in the previous, Fergie made her means again into the royal fold and immediately is noticed typically together with her ex-husband in Windsor and even stayed with Queen Elizabeth II for a summer time vacation in Balmoral.
Now, the Duchess of York is revealing what a typical day in her life is like.
What Sarah beforehand mentioned about being a royal
The identical yr she and Prince Andrew ended their marriage, Sarah opened up on Oprah Winfrey’s speak present about marrying into Britain’s most well-known household and the way royal life doesn’t mirror a fairy story.
“That is the fairy tale, but then comes the realism that you actually didn’t marry the fairy tale, you married a man. You fell in love and you married a man and then you’ve got to come to terms with the fairy tale. Now it’s not a fairytale. It’s real life in there,” she mentioned.
The Duchess of York additionally talked about the British media and the siege she was consistently below. “I must explain that the British press at the moment is completely and–and utterly cruel and abusive and so invasive,” she advised the present host and the viewers members.
What a typical day is like for the duchess today
Sarah’s life below the similar roof as her ex-husband immediately although is way completely different but she nonetheless doesn’t name Royal Lodge residence as a result of she travels a lot. She and the Duke of York didn’t remarry so Fergie is free from royal duties and different constraints some members of the household have. She spoke to the Sunday Times about what her day-to-day life consists of.
“I get up at 6.30. I dream very vividly and my first thought is often to wonder if a dream I have just had is true. Then I always do an hour or so of meditation,” Sarah said. “Breakfast is my most important meal of the day and if I miss it that makes me feel very uptight. I tend to have soft-boiled eggs with granary toast and then a tangerine.”
She continued: “I train when I can. When I can’t I try to do an hour of steps on the staircase. Every other day I’ll do 30 press-ups and 50 sit-ups. My team calls me the General and we try to be very disciplined and motivated. Often first thing I’ll check in with my publishers in Australia while they’re awake. My novel, Her Heart for a Compass, is a story about duty, family and love. It’s romantic — it’s a Mills & Boon novel, after all — but not risqué. Then I might have a briefing from one of my charities. I’m also working on a screenplay.”
The Duchess of York added that if she’s not touring and staying at Royal Lodge, she’ll normally have rooster or fish for lunch. She additionally revealed that Skittles are her responsible pleasure.
“I love to unwind with a glass of burgundy. I’m taking it very slowly post lockdown,” she advised the publication. “I don’t want to rush back out there. And I’m definitely not dating. I like to have a proper dinner, but I don’t cook — I can’t. I haven’t the patience.”