Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson exclusively received us in Windsor. Remove from their exclusive beliefs.
Of course, because of Paris Match’s French nationality, Sarah Ferguson spoke with us about her best friend, Florence Belmondo, the youngest of Jean-Paul, whom she knew when they were both at the same British boarding school. Used to read “I have fond memories of our vacation in Antigua with Jean-Paul Belmondo. He was very funny, very French! Sarah remembers their walk in Saint-Germain-des-Prés. She recently visited Rome with her granddaughter Annabelle. Crossed paths together. She would have liked to attend Pierrot Le Feu’s funeral, but she could not, because of restrictions related to COVID and she was then living “with the Queen” in Scotland.
Queen… She utters the word slowly, almost apologetically. The opportunity to question the Duchess of York about her famous mother-in-law is great, despite the need for her office not to contact the current monarchy. Sarah admits, apparently honest, lip service, with moving eyes: “She’s fine.” She is my icon. When I see him, I pinch myself to remind myself how lucky I am. She is an extraordinary woman. ,
Get our full report on The Paris Match with Sarah Ferguson in issue 3784.
“Conquering Her Freedom” by Sarah Ferguson, ed. Harlequin, 624 pages, 17 euros.
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