Sarah Ferguson is sure that it will be a “great” grandmother

Sarah Ferguson was on the 3rd August last invited to the “BBC” on the set of the show “the One Show”. The former daughter-in-law of queen Elizabeth II came to speak of two charitable organizations with which it is invested: Street Child and Children in Crisis.

Created in 2008, the first, that her boss, comes to the aid of street children in Sierra Leone, Liberia, Nigeria, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, the democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda and Bangladesh. The second, that it was created in 1993, focuses on education in the most difficult places in the world, and especially in the north-east of Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Nepal and Liberia.

I am a child, I didn’t grow up

Since it was a question of children, the opportunity was too good for the presenters of the talk show to interview the duchess of York as to his future grandchildren. As his youngest daughter, princess Eugenie, is preparing to marry her boyfriend, Jack Brooksbank. The young woman, aged 27, convolera fair wedding on October 12, 2018 in St George’s chapel Windsor. “When he was asked if it would make a good grand-mother, she said: “Excellent – I used to write books for children, and I am a child, I didn’t grow up”, as reported by the tabloid british “Hello!”. And the ex-wife of prince Andrew had taken the opportunity to slip that it will be the “best” mother-in-law to his son-in-law.

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