Sarah Ferguson claims she and Princess Diana were arrested at her hen

Sarah Ferguson reveals Diana is ‘always with her’

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Sarah Ferguson recently claimed that she and Princess Diana were arrested at her hen do back in 1986. The two were arrested for impersonating officers after they planned to dress up as policewomen for the festivities.

The Duchess of York then explained that once the authorities realised Diana and Fergie were royals, they were quickly allowed to leave.

Speaking on The Kelly Clarkson Show, she said: “It was extraordinary, because we went to a nightclub, of course, you go to a nightclub with the Princess of Wales.

“We sat down, and the waiter came up to us and said, ‘Excuse me, this is a members club. It’s for fun, and we don’t serve police officers here.”

“They thought you were real police officers?” Clarkson asked, to which Sarah replied, “Yes!”

She further stated how both of them hid their engagement rings once inside the police van after being arrested.

Spilling more beans about the incident, Fergie stated that Diana saw some “smoky bacon-flavoured crisps” in the vehicle and “started taking and eating them”.

That is, until an officer in the front seat shouted at her: “You can’t do that!”

Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice’s mother admitted she doesn’t miss Diana, who passed away in 1997, because she is with her “all day.”

Fergie said: “She and I, we laughed a lot. We got into trouble a lot.

“You know what she used to do? She used to tell me the worst story, joke story, just before I had to be serious.”

The relationship between Diana and Sarah actually started long before they were both members of the royal family.

The two of them were actually fourth cousins and their mothers were also in school together.

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Both had known each other since adolescence—although they only became close after they reconnected in 1980, when Diana was 19 and Sarah was 21.

The two young women shared a lot of the same friends and many of the same interests, and were soon lunching together every week.

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