Fergie explains how she ‘gets in trouble’ with her daughters

Sarah Ferguson gets in trouble with her daughters Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice over her role as “granny” – as she is known by her grandchildren. The Duchess of York, 63, said she loves being a grandmother and “indulging” her two grandchildren who bring out her “inner child”. Sarah’s daughter Eugenie, 33, has a son called August, two, and is expecting a second baby soon. Meanwhile, Princess Beatrice is mum to daughter Sienna, one, and stepmum to son Wolfie.

The Duchess said she “loves indulging them” but gets in trouble for giving them sweets.

She told OK! Magazine in an interview: “I love being a grandmother.

“It’s a whole new phase of life and I am modelling myself on Super Gran.

“I love being with them and how it brings out my inner child. My grandchildren seem to find me very funny. I love indulging them, too.”

“I get in trouble for giving them sweets.”

Princess Eugenie, who married Jack Brooksbank in 2018, is expecting her second child this summer, according to Buckingham Palace.

The Palace statement announcing the news read: “Princess Eugenie and Mr Jack Brooksbank are pleased to announce they are expecting their second child this summer.

“The family are delighted and August is very much looking forward to being a big brother.”

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In the interview, Sarah shared her excitement about the news.

She said: “While her telling me was a private moment, I will say that there is nothing more exciting and beautiful than seeing the smile on your child’s face when they have news like that to deliver.

“The whole family is thrilled that she is expecting another child.”

Elsewhere in the interview, the Duchess paid tribute to the late Queen, who left Sarah with the surviving corgis Sandy and Muick.

The Duchess said being able to call her a mother-in-law was “the greatest honour of my life”.

She added: “Her door always remained open to me and we saw a lot of each other right up to the end, for which I will always be grateful. I miss her more than words can express.”

Sarah recently revealed details about how the corgis were getting on after Queen Elizabeth’s death.

Talking to Rylan Clark on Radio 2, she said: “They’re great, they’re really happy.

“Their tails have gone up now so I think they’re over their grief. They’re getting there.”

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