Sarah Ferguson To Discuss, Answer Questions About Relationship With Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Queen Elizabeth

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Sarah Ferguson will gladly talk about her relationship with Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and the late Queen Elizabeth II as she promotes her new book, A Most Intriguing Lady, on March 6 in New York. The novel in question will draw upon some biographical elements from the Duchess of York’s life as part of the royal family.

Prince Andrew’s ex-wife will attend at the 92nd Street Y, a global cultural center, in NYC, and discuss her new romance novel, reportedly inspired by historical characters. Aside from possibly revealing her relationship with Prince Harry, Meghan, and Queen Elizabeth, she will also answer a few questions about the Sussexes.

In addition, the 63-year-old will also discuss his relationship with King Charles as her former brother-in-law. For starters, she was married to the Duke of York, tying the knot in 1986 and divorcing in 1996. The ex-couple is blessed with two daughters, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, born in 1988 and 1990, respectively.

The royal, also known as Fergie, revealed she wrote the book in 2022 to help cope with the stress that came with her ex-husband’s sex abuse lawsuit. She even gave a copy of it to Queen Elizabeth before she met her demise in September last year, though it wasn’t revealed if Her Majesty had the chance to read it.

Sarah had nothing but good words for the monarch, whom she considered her greatest mentor. She told the Tea with Twiggy podcast in 2021, via Express, that she absolutely admired how the Queen was so modern, flexible, understanding, forgiving, and generous.

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With all honesty, she saw her mother-in-law as more of a mother to her than her own mom, adding she had never faltered. That said, she strongly believed there would be no greater mentor than Queen Elizabeth, as her consistency had been a great and huge honor for her, making her want to cry.

When she recently gave a speech at the funeral of her close friend, Lisa Marie Presley, People reported that she took inspiration from Queen Elizabeth when she delivered her spiel. She said her late mother-in-law used to say that no words could take away the anguish and pain of losing someone because grief was the price to pay for love.

And how right she was, Sarah continued. Sarah and Lisa Marie reportedly became close around 2009. The latter died after suffering a cardiac arrest at 54 on January 12.