Sarah Ferguson Storytime live stream: How to watch Fergie read children’s stories

The Royal Family have been working hard during the coronavirus pandemic. Sarah, Duchess of York is no exception, and has started a new initiative to keep children occupied during the outbreak.

With schools closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, many parents are looking for things to keep their children occupied while staying at home.

To help keep children entertained in these difficult times, Sarah Ferguson will be reading children’s books every day at 4pm via video link.

Affectionately known to the public as Fergie, she will be posting her Storytime with Fergie and Friends episodes on her YouTube channel.


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Sharing the news on Instagram, the Duchess of York said: “Excited to be launching Storytime with Fergie and Friends on my new @youtube and @facebookapp channels – a traditional children’s storytime every day to help keep them entertained during lockdown.

“I’ll be reading both my own stories and others and asking friends to join in.

“It’s all free and just for fun. There will be a new story posted every weekday at 4pm and a longer storytime on Saturdays.

“I so hope you enjoy them and they give some of you something new to do during this difficult time for everyone.”

For her first reading Fergie was ecstatic to announce her new initiative, and chose to read Hairy Maclary by Lynley Dodd.

In her first video, Sarah said: “Hello everybody, it’s very exciting because I am in my favourite place ever ever ever and that’s with children and thinking of all the children out there that just need a little bit of magic and you’re not alone.

“And so everyday I’m going to do storytime with Fergie and friends, not just Fergie, you’ll have to wait and see it’s going to be very exciting.

“Don’t worry, they’re not very long books. Let’s get a bit of magic going here shall we.”


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Over her lifetime Sarah has authored a number of children’s books, which include Budgie the Little Helicopter, Emily’s First Day of School and Little Red.

In her debut storytime reading, the Duchess was joined by a number of teddies including a unicorn.

Two Little Red ragdolls, from her book of the same name, also featured in the frame.

Sarah shares grown-up daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie with her ex-husband Prince Andrew.

With her daughters in tow, Sarah was seen delivering food packages to NHS staff at London hospitals earlier this year.

The packages were said to have contained household cleaning items, as well as toiletries and food.

The York family members have been doing what they can to support NHS workers during the pandemic, with the Duchess of York also working with chocolate brand Love Cocoa.

The brand has been delivering chocolate to NHS staff in hospitals across the UK.

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