Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, has been babysitting two-year-old granddaughter Sienna, as her parents Princess Beatrice and her husband Mapelli Mozzi are away.
The 63-year-old, commonly known as Fergie, revealed the happy news in the recent instalment of her Podcast, Tea Talks with the Duchess & Sarah.
She said: “Beatrice and Edo are away so Gee-Gee is in charge, it’s really quite amusing. I wished for the time that Sienna would come in and say Gee-Gee let’s come and play and now every minute of the day she wants to come and play!”
The loving grandmother, who is on the road to recovery after her breast cancer surgery, described her grandchild as a “wonderful little girl” and detailed how she pulls at her gran’s skirt, jumps in her Ugg boots and splashes in puddles.
“She’s the controller of granny and grampa right now” she added. “It’s taken me right back to following Beatrice around.”
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Sarah didn’t reveal where Beatrice and Edoardo had gone on their travels, but they were back for Beatrice’s birthday on Tuesday as Sarah explained they had been busy blowing up balloons and making cupcakes for the celebrations.
Despite being divorced from Prince Andrew, Sarah still lives with him at Royal Lodge in Windsor.
The Duchess of York has two other grandsons, Princess Eugenie’s children, August and Ernest.
After baby Ernest was welcomed earlier this year, Sarah spoke about him on her podcast. “He’s a very seriously beautiful little boy,” she said.
Sarah went on say: “He’s done very, very well.”
She added: “It’s a fabulous name.”
Ronnie has been chosen as a middle name for Ernest, after Sarah’s father Ronald, and the Duchess reveals it was “so moving” for the couple to do this.
She added: “It made me cry.”
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