Sarah Ferguson is Missed at Royal Coronation
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The absence of Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, was felt during the coronation of King Charles and Queen Camilla in Westminster Abbey. The mystery surrounding her attendance was solved a few weeks before the event, when leaked information revealed that she was not invited. Sarah admits that after divorcing Prince Andrew, she cannot expect to be invited to the most solemn events of the British monarchy, as one is either in or out.
The Duke of York Attends Alone
Despite his connection with convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and a sexual abuse lawsuit against him, Prince Andrew still attended the religious service, donning a cloak of the Most Noble Order of the Garter. In contrast, Sarah’s daughters, Princesses Eugenia and Beatriz attended, accompanied by their respective husbands.
Sarah Congratulates the New Royals
Sarah handled the situation with sportsmanship, congratulating the new King and Queen publicly on Twitter. She wrote, “My most sincere congratulations to Their Majesties, the King and the Queen,” along with a photograph of Carlos and Camila during the king’s procession.
Tea for a Nursing Home
On Friday, Sarah organized a tea event for a nursing home located near her official residence, the Royal Lodge in Windsor. Despite not being present at the historic coronation, she spent the day glued to the television, so that she could discuss the details with her daughters when they returned home.