Radio stars Kyle and Jackie O press Sarah ‘Fergie’ Ferguson over Prince Andrew scandal: ‘You’re the first to ask me if I’m okay’
Sarah ‘Fergie’ Ferguson was asked about the scandals surrounding Prince Andrew on KIIS FM’s Kyle & Jackie O Show on Friday.
The Duchess of York appeared on the show to promote her new novel, but host Kyle Sandilands asked her how she was doing after her ex-husband Prince Andrew was stripped of his titles, military ties and royal patronages last year.
This came after Virginia Giuffre’s sexual assault charge filed against him.
“You’re the first person ever to ask me on air how I’m doing,” the Duchess told radio shock jock Kyle.
However, she didn’t exactly answer the question about her ex-husband, who she still lives with, and instead touched on how important it is for men and women to take care of their health and get screened for cancer.
Sarah ‘Fergie’ Ferguson (pictured) was asked about the scandals surrounding Prince Andrew on KIIS FM’s Kyle & Jackie O Show on Friday
She then spoke of cyberbullying and appeared to side with British TV presenter Philip Schofield, who was at the center of the controversy after an affair with his younger male colleague on This Morning.
“Back to the bullying and cyberbullying, it’s so hard,” she said.
And Philip Schofield summed it up when he said, “There’s a human being at the end of this” and I think it’s hard, it’s hard when you can’t say much and just keep going.
Kyle Sandilands (pictured) asked her how she’s doing after her ex-husband Prince Andrew was stripped of his titles, military ties and royal patronage last year.
Fergie appeared to side with British TV presenter Philip Schofield (pictured), who was at the center of controversy after an affair with his younger male colleague on This Morning
And the best way to answer something negative is to be successful, (I’m) 63 and a new author.
“So I’m like, ‘Okay, now shoot me again?'”
Fergie spoke fondly of her late mother-in-law, Queen Elizabeth, and how she was more of a mother to her than her birth mother.
“I was lucky enough to have the Queen’s best friend and mother-in-law, she was more my mother than my own mother,” she said.
Fergie spoke fondly of her late mother-in-law, Queen Elizabeth, and how she was more of a mother to her than her biological one.
And at the end she said, ‘The last thing I have to say to you, Sarah, is to be yourself and keep being kind, kindness is what we all need.'”
After Queen Elizabeth’s death last year, Fergie took in her last two beloved corgi dogs.
“The (dogs) are very good, Muick and Sandy. They think I’m gravy leg so they love me. They’re special dogs. I never knew how good corgis are,” she said.
“I recently went to see all the other corgis in the corgi grave at Frogmore.”
The Duchess of York still lives with her ex-husband Prince Andrew (both pictured)