Sarah Ferguson walks out of interview with '60 Minutes Australia'
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The Duchess of York, affectionately known as Fergie spent time with her daughters this Christmas and New Year, both of whom have become mothers in their own right. Fergie and the Princesses were joined by Beatrice and Eugenie’s husbands, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and Jack Brooksbank, as they travelled to the Swiss resort of Verbier for a ski break.
Announcing her news, the Duchess stated on Sunday night: “Storytime with Fergie and Friends will be taking a further break. We will update you soon on a return date.”
The Duchess launched her Storytime With Fergie And Friends YouTube channel at the start of the first lockdown in 2020.
The project sees her reading a traditional children’s story daily, as well as sharing arts and crafts ideas and fun recipes.
The Yorks have been enjoying winter holidays in Verbier ever since the Princesses were little, although it has been reported that Sarah and her former husband, Prince Andrew, have put their luxury abode, Chalet Helora, on the market for £18.6m, six years after buying it.
The property is said to boast fantastic views over the Bagnes valley.
The Duchess first visited Verbier, in the canton of Valais, when she was 16 but started skiing at the age of three.
She also briefly worked as a chalet girl before joining the royal family.
Speaking to Hello Magazine, she said: “Since that first visit, I have regularly returned for holidays to Verbier.”
She added: “My family has followed me over the years. We feel free and happy, we feel at home. Anyway, I call it ‘my home.”
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As they arrived at Geneva airport – all following strict mask-wearing regulations – Beatrice’s property developer husband Edo grabbed a luggage trolley to gallantly help with their suitcases.
For the trip back to the UK, the Duchess dressed in a black skirt, plimsolls and a sky blue jacket wheeled her own silver-grey suitcase with a handbag on top.
Environmentally conscious Beatrice was spotted putting rubbish into recycling bins as they got off their silver private hire minibus that had driven them the two hours from Verbier to Geneva.
During the holiday Sarah was rarely seen outside the chalet – despite her love of skiing – while her daughters regularly took to the slopes enjoying pristine conditions.
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