Fergie's birthday tribute to her ex-husband, Prince Andrew, is just the latest in a stream of emotional social media published by the Duchess, which began with the engagement of her daughter, Princess Eugenie.
The proud mother, 58, announced the official announcement with three strange publications on social networks.
The messages of the duchess showed photographs of the couple accompanied by legends in which he described Jack Brooksbank, as his "son, brother and best friend" and a "solid rock".
Fergie's first tweet on the morning of the engagement announcement was accompanied by two smiling emojis.
The 58-year-old singer shared a series of strange posts in her Twitter and Instagram accounts after the announcement of Eugenie and Jack's engagement.
It said: A total hug of kindness AND JOY, we love Jack and I AM SO EXCITED to have a son, a brother and a best friend, eugenie is one of the best people I know and, therefore, will be A PURE HARMONY & # 39; #total joy #engagement @TheDukeOfYork. & # 39;
One second, showing the couple in a speedboat on vacation, said: "They float with laughter and love … although a boat helps! #Engagement #eugieandjack. & # 39;
In the third, accompanied by two emoji balloons, Fergie wrote: "I always say that the river flows well towards its [sic] Fate due to the orientation of a solid rock & # 39;
Fergie, as she is known affectionately, thanked the couple for "lighting up" their days, after a series of shared heart messages on Twitter
At night, the duchess published another photo of the couple with the words: "They laugh and we feel the joy". Thanks for the magic, Jack and Eugie, so proud of you & # 39 ;, followed by an image of the couple strolling through the garden.
He completed his tributes with a letter of congratulations to the couple, published in the celebrity magazine Hello!
"Dearest Eugenie and Jack The Man, when you enter a room, you bring smiles to the faces of everyone who knows you," he wrote.
Thank you for brightening the day and for the laughter and happiness that you bring to dad, Beatrice and me.
& # 39; The York family adopts Jack's magic completely.
He finished the letter by signing with & # 39; Mumsie and Sarahs & # 39;
Fergie wrote an open letter to her daughter and "Jack the Man" in Hello! magazine to congratulate the couple for their commitment