September 18, 2021

Sarah Ferguson signaled reconciliation between her nephews, Prince William and Prince Harry.

Prince William and Prince Harry have been arguing for some time, but a compromise is possible.

Sarah Ferguson, the ex-wife of Prince Andrew, the royal brothers’ great-uncle, said her nephews got better after gathering to unveil a statue of her mother, Princess Diana. The statue, unveiled at Kensington Palace’s Sink Garden, was unveiled by the royal brothers and sisters on July 1, the 60th anniversary of the royal death.

In an extensive interview with Australian Women’s Weekly“The statue brought unity and solidarity to the family, and I’m glad my faithful friend was honored in this way,” Fergie said of the unveiling.

In addition to being a sister-in-law, Sarah Ferguson and Princess Diana were fourth cousins, and best friends in their teens. It was the Princess of Wales who introduced Fergie to her brother-in-law, Prince Andrew, insisting that they date.

“We were best friends when we were 14 and I was 15. It was Diana who said, ‘I need you to come to Windsor and you need to stay with my brother-in-law Andrew.’ He said, “She’s really cute,” and he said, “Doo, Fergie,” the Duchess of York revealed. the people. Magazine last month

Fergie said she often thinks of Diana because “she’s the only other person she knew and was around” when she was in her 20s and dressed in “weird clothes.” The Duchess said. Hello! Magazine, “She was in the family before me and we had a lot of fun. She was such an angel, beautiful, tall, wonderful woman and she never knew how many people loved her.”

The 61-year-old also said that despite the ongoing feud between William and Harry, Diana would be proud of him. The mother of two said, “She liked my girls. I know she would say, ‘I’m so proud of my two sons and wonderful wives (Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle) for choosing them. Has its own voice. ‘

Prince William and Prince Harry.
The relationship between Prince William and Prince Harry – which was once close – deteriorated.
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