Sarah Ferguson was visionary in pink when she joined Rylan Clarke on his BBC Radio 2 Today show.
The Duchess of York, 63, recycled a long leather-like coat as she arrived at her London studio. She wore the jacket last month at a festival in Los Angeles.
She teamed the vibrant gown with a black midi dress, and also made a statement in a pair of velvet slippers, which were accessorized with a sparkly crown.
The mother-of-two wore her polished locks draped around her shoulders and completed the look with a pair of sparkly earrings and a long necklace.
Smiling in front of the cameras, she was stirring up a storm with her new romance, Curious Lady.
Sarah Ferguson was visionary in pink when she joined Rylan Clarke on his BBC Radio 2 Today show
Comfortable slippers are a staple in the Duchess’s wardrobe and she seems to have many different looks of fashionable shoes in her wardrobe.
The mother-of-two favored the designs of aristocratic Alice Naylor Leyland for French Sole, costing £190 to £200 a pair. Her collection also includes navy blue velvet slippers with a fun cactus motif on each shoe.
On Thursday, the Duchess of York praised her daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, for their hard work, saying the Yorks were a “supportive unit”.
Sarah appeared this morning to promote her new romance and was asked about her family.
Having publicly expressed her support for Prince Andrew when he was taken to court over allegations of sexual abuse, which he has always denied, the Duchess said she will always be by her ex-husband’s side just as he has always supported her.
She told announcers Holly Willoughby and Joel Dummett that family “doesn’t stand for judgment, kindness, and moving forward.”
Fergie discussed the importance of “moving forward as a unit” amid difficult times, and criticized social media “sewers” for being inappropriate.
As she sat on the This Morning sofa, Holly asked the Duchess about the difficulties she faced in the past few years as Virginia Gioffre accused Prince Andrew of assault.
The Duchess of York, 63, recycled a long leather-like coat as she arrived at her London studio. She wore the jacket last month at a festival in Los Angeles
She teamed the vibrant gown with a black midi dress, and also made a statement in a pair of velvet slippers, which were adorned with a sparkling crown.
The mother-of-two wore her light brown locks draped around her shoulders and completed her look with a pair of sparkly earrings and a long necklace.
Smiling in front of the cameras, she was all smiles as she stirred up a storm with her new romance A Most Freak Lady
Last year, the Duke of York, 63, settled out of court with Ms Giuffre in an undisclosed payment but believed to have been around £10m.
Discussing her support for her ex-husband, Fergie said: “It’s Beatrice, Eugenie and I are a family unit.
“My girls are for service, they believe in taking on and keeping very challenging jobs and they are mothers and public figures who do philanthropy.
And she continued, “They are extraordinary examples of princesses who were in service, which is what their grandmother taught them and what she taught them with humility.
So I think the York family unit does not stand for judgment and kindness and going forward to make people sit up and stop. All this stop believing what you read…Move forward as a unit.
Fergie added, “Remember, I had a hard time and he was always there for me.”