Sarah Ferguson says she feels ‘liberated’ after Queen Elizabeth’s death

Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, faithfully served Queen Elizabeth II. His Majesty’s birthday.

Followed by Death of the Queen in SeptemberThe Duchess said she now feels “liberated” and “free to be herself”. confided about his new outlook on life entertainment tonight In an interview published on March 6.

“I’m much more grown in my voice now. I also think the Queen’s death has liberated me a little bit. My sense of purpose has been very loyal and It was about upholding Her Majesty’s values,” she said. “She was more her mother to me than my mother, so she’s not there anymore.”

She adds, “I feel free to be Sarah. I feel like I’ve been freed from my own mental shackles.”

Eugenie Christening Sandringham (Tim Graham / Tim Graham Photo Library via Getty Images)

Eugenie Christening Sandringham (Tim Graham / Tim Graham Photo Library via Getty Images)

Ferguson and the Queen’s third child, Prince Andrew, were married in 1986. Divorced in 1996. Their two daughters are Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.

Ferguson recalled her close relationship with the Queen, calling herself “the luckiest girl” who was able to spend quality time with the monarch. Before doing so, I shared how to study current events.

After the death of Queen Elizabeth Two of the late monarch’s corgis have moved in Prince Andrew and Ferguson’s home in Windsor.

Ferguson said he felt “totally invisible” for most of his life, but has been breaking out of his shell since the death of his ex-mother-in-law.

“I don’t think I’ve shown anyone the real Sarah you see today. I’m very sincere today,” she said. “Nothing is holding me back now. I am free to be myself.”

“I think the switch was realizing that I had a career. No problem,” she continued.

Ferguson soon grandmother for the third time. Princess Beatrice has a 1-year-old daughter, Sienna, and Princess Eugenie is a mother to her 2-year-old son, August. expecting her second child.

The Duchess, whose grandchildren call her “Gigi,” couldn’t be happier about expanding her family. shared a photo.

“You’ll share puddles, Aussie!” she captioned Jan. 24. Instagram director. “Great news, Grandma Heaven…. I really appreciate it.”

Eugenie’s second child is due this summer.

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