The Duchess of York has shown she has no hard feelings over not being invited to the coronation by posting cute corgi pictures online to celebrate the big day.
Sarah Ferguson, 63, told followers on Instagram she “had the bunting out” and had shared a “tea fit for a king” with residents of an old people’s home near her Windsor residence.
The post featured pictures of a corgi at a table laden with tea and cake and decorated with bunting and Union flags.
Other pictures showed a lavish “crunchy cream cake” named in honour of King Charles, and “Camilla’s tea”, an infusion of ginger, lemon and green tea.
Sarah and ex-husband Prince Andrew, who still share a home at Windsor, adopted the late Queen’s corgis Muick and Sandy, which had been gifts from the Duke to his mother during the Covid lockdown in 2021, after her death.
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The Duchess, who has previously said she accepted she was not invited to the coronation because she and Prince Andrew were divorced, wrote on Instagram: “I hope you have got the bunting out ready for the coronation tomorrow. I certainly have.
“Today I assembled a tea fit for a King which I shared with the residents at the Manor Care Home in Windsor to help them celebrate. Enjoy the weekend!”
Sarah has been given an invitation to the Sunday concert at Windsor Castle, which she is expected to attend with her daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.
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In one of her Instagram pictures, a corgi is seen sitting at the table on a chair with a Union flag cushion. In another, the dog appears to be gazing longingly at the cake.
Sarah has previously told how the royals’ family unit was a huge thing for her after growing up without a mother from the age of 12. And she lavished praise on the late Queen for being the mother figure in her life after her marriage to Prince Andrew in 1986.
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