Sarah Ferguson shares Christmas decorations at royal home she shares with Prince AndrewDecember 8, 2021
Sarah Ferguson has shown off the Christmas decorations at her royal residence leaving some surprised by the understated seasonal set-up.
The 62-year-old shared the festive arrangement at the Royal Lodge after taking part in a Zoom broadcast filmed from home.
The Duchess of York regularly films via her YouTube channel, Fergie and Friends, where she reads out children's books.
In the latest upload, the royal stood an artificial Christmas tree decked with gold and silver baubles and stars.
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The space also featured Christmas candles and the Duchess herself donned a fun Santa hat accessory.
Some have commented that they were surprised by the low key arrangement which differs from some of the other royals.
In contrast, the Queen’s Windsor Castle residence features a 20ft Christmas tree which is around the same height as the average two storey home in the UK.
Meanwhile, Sarah recently suggested that she was “the most persecuted woman in the history of the royal family ” due to the media coverage she received after she separated from Prince Andrew nearly 30 years ago.
In an interview with the French magazine Madame Figaro, the ex-wife of Prince Andrew opened up about her experiences in the royal family.
Despite their subsequent separation, Sarah maintains that the happiest day of her life remains the day she married Andrew in Westminster Abbey.
“As a teenager, I dreamed of becoming an Olympic champion in show jumping, not becoming a princess,” she said, referring to her love for horses and horse racing.
“And yet, the happiest day of my life remains July 23, 1986, that moment when I came to the end of the endless alleyway of Westminster Abbey alongside my sailor, my prince, my husband.”
The Duke and Duchess announced their divorce in 1996.
Since then, Sarah has remained close to Andrew, with whom she shares two daughters Princess Beatrice and Eugenie, and the pair live together in the Royal Lodge.
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