The Duchess of York was a vision in pink as she attended the final day of a glitzy Los Angeles film festival last night.
Sarah Ferguson, 63, attended the Filming Italy Festival shortly after revealing in a candid interview that Meghan Markle clearly makes Prince Harry “very happy.”
She added that Princess Diana would be “proud of him and her lovely grandchildren,” and said of Meghan: “She really loves him, and I love that.”
In the extensive interview, published by The Telegraphthe Duchess also vowed to “always be there” for her disgraced ex-husband, Prince Andrew.
The Duchess of York was a vision in pink as she attended the final day of a glitzy Los Angeles film festival last night
Sarah Ferguson, 63, attended the Filming Italy Festival shortly after revealing in a candid interview that Meghan Markle clearly makes Prince Harry ‘very happy’
Sarah, who married Andrew in 1986 before divorcing in 1992, attended a glamorous California film festival last night where she presented an award alongside its founder, Tiziana Rocca.
She wore a long, pink leather-look coat for the occasion, combined with fuchsia wide trousers and a chic black blouse.
The mother-of-two wore her auburn locks loose around her shoulders and completed her look with a pair of sparkly earrings and pointed black heels.
On Friday, the Duchess said she was grateful to have “just one minute” of the Queen’s time before her death last September.
She added that Princess Diana would be “proud of him and her lovely grandchildren,” saying of Meghan: “She really loves him, and I love that.”
Sarah attended a glamorous film festival in California last night where she presented an award alongside the founder
She wore a long, pink leather-look coat for the occasion, combined with fuchsia wide trousers and a chic black blouse
She told the paper: ‘Because also her poor son (Andrew) has been through such a tumultuous time over the past three years and I think HM was very relieved that I could help her with him, so then we got even closer.
“I have always admired and adored her. Really, she was more of a mother to me than my mother.’
Sarah added that it’s “sad; to see what Andrew went through, as he spoke about the sexual assault allegations against her ex-husband, which led to an out-of-court settlement with Virginia Giuffre.
Asked if the Queen was sure she would be there for Andrew after her death, Sarah added: ‘She knew. I will always be there. Always. Because I love her.’
Sarah Ferguson has vowed to ‘always be there’ for Prince Andrew because she loves the Queen. Pictured with her ex-husband in 2019
The royal family stated that Her Majesty “knew” that Sarah would not abandon her youngest son, who became embroiled in the Jeffrey Epstein scandal and paid a multimillion-pound settlement to his sex abuse accuser Virginia Giuffre. Pictured with the Queen in 1986
Sarah and Andrew’s two daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, are among the late Queen’s eight grandchildren.
Andrew stepped back from public life after the furor over his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein and paid millions to settle a civil assault case against a woman he claimed he never met.
The Duke was kicked out of the working monarchy and no longer uses his HRH style after Ms Giuffre, who was traded by Epstein, accused him of sexually assaulting her when she was 17.
The duke denied the claims.
Glam: Matilda De Angelis looked stunning in a silk satin dress with a slash across the chest when she too attended the festival
Gorgeous: Nina Zilli opted for a black dress with a thigh-high slit and embellished necklace
Business sense: Greta Scarano opted for a black blazer that she paired with a long skirt
Actress: Matilda came on stage posing with a bunch of flyers
Best Seats: The trio sat in the front row as they posed for photos