Sarah Ferguson puts on a VERY animated screen reading a children’s book The Dinky Donkey for her YouTube series – two days after daughter Beatrice’s surprise wedding
- The Duchess of York, 60, decided today to read Craig Smith’s The Dinky Donkey
- Daughter Princess Beatrice got married on Friday at The Royal Lodge in Windsor
- Wedded beau Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi for 20 close friends and relatives
The Duchess of York played a very animated performance as she read a children’s book for her YouTube channel today.
Sarah Ferguson, 60, read Craig Smith’s Dinky Donkey for her series Story Time With Fergie and Friends.
Fergie has been very committed to her channel since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, sharing a video every day and has not taken a break despite her own daughter getting married on Friday.
The video was shared just two days after the wedding of Sarah’s eldest daughter, Princess Beatrice, who tied the knot on Friday with Italian beauty Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi at the Royal Chapel of All Saints at Royal Lodge.
The Duchess of York played an animated performance while reading a children’s book for her YouTube channel today. Sarah Ferguson, 60, read Craig Smith’s Dinky Donkey for her series Story Time With Fergie and Friends
The mother of two, whose daughter Princess Beatrice tied the knot on Friday, seemed to be having a lot of fun in the video
Accompanied by an adorable toy donkey, the mother of two seemed happy and excited to share Dinky Donkey’s story with her 4,580 followers.
A sequel to the viral sensation the Wonkey Donkey, The Dinky Dinkey marries Smith’s prose with the charming illustrations of Katz Crowley.
It follows the adventures of Wonky Donkey’s daughter, who has the same dashing character as her father.
The Dinky Donkey book is a fun book full of tongue twisters that are sure to make little ones laugh.
Sarah’s dog also made a guest appearance in the back of the camera – but Fergie seemed to delve into her story to note
Royal fans took the opportunity to congratulate the Duchess on her daughter’s beautiful wedding when she announced today’s video on Instagram this morning.
“Congratulations everyone on Princess Beatrice’s wedding day, such beautiful pictures and she looked absolutely gorgeous,” one wrote, while a second wrote, “Congratulations Sarah … your daughter looked absolutely gorgeous. What a beautiful couple they form. ‘
A third said, “Your daughter looks beautiful in her wedding photos,” while a fourth said, “Congratulations on your daughter Princess Beatrice, my favorite royal.”
Beatrice’s wedding was supposed to take place on May 29, but had to be postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
She eventually decided to hold an intimate ceremony for 20 loved ones, including her mother Sarah, father Prince Andrew, grandmother the Queen and grandfather the Duke of Edinburgh.
Prince Beatrice, 31, married Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi on Friday at the Royal Chapel of All Saints at Royal Lodge on Friday
Royal fans took the opportunity to congratulate Sarah Ferguson on Princess Beatrice’s wedding, which took place on Friday