Sarah Ferguson Shares a Rare Photo From Princess Eugenie’s Wedding After Joint Appearance With Prince Andrew

Sarah Ferguson is letting the world know how she feels about her sister, Jane Ferguson Luedecke. In honor of National Sibling Day, Ferguson posted a sweet tribute to her sister that included some rare photos of Princess Eugenie’s wedding. The post came shortly after Ferguson appeared alongside Prince Andrew, who stepped down from his royal duties last fall.

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Sarah Ferguson gushes about her sister

Ferguson’s sister may live in Australia but she felt plenty of love during National Sibling Day. Taking to Instagram, Ferguson wrote a heartfelt tribute to her sister, thanking her for being such a “dream of a sibling” all these years.

“There is nobody like my @janeferguson7. She is a dream of a sibling (not a pain!),” she wrote. “My sister makes my world so bright and I somehow accept when she says I am not right!”

Sarah Ferguson added that, in honor of National Sibling Day, she wanted to make a toast to her sister, whom she called the “finest in the land.”

The post was well-received by royal watchers around the world. It garnered close to 10,000 likes after the first day and prompted a response from Ferguson’s sister, who wrote, “Bless you my dearest sister Sarah, how kind and generous with your words. No one more fairer.”

This, of course, is hardly the first time Ferguson has celebrated National Sibling Day. According to Daily Mail, she posted a similar comment last year on social media. Although the two live thousands of miles apart, they are still obviously very close.

The Duchess of York shares a rare photo from Princess Eugenie’s wedding

Ferguson’s tribute on National Sibling Day was accompanied by a rare photo of Eugenie’s wedding. The pic was a behind-the-scenes look at Sarah Ferguson and her sister during the wedding festivities at the Royal Lodge.

Both of the siblings are wearing their finest dresses for the celebrations. Ferguson rocked a green dress from designer Emanuel Ungaro for the wedding, while her sister donned a blue gown complete with sapphire earrings.

Eugenie tied the knot with Jack Brooksbank in October of 2018 after dating for seven years. The wedding took place inside St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, the same venue Prince Harry and Meghan Markle used for their ceremony earlier that same year.

While fans loved the photos from Eugenie’s wedding, Ferguson has been working hard behind the scenes to help support frontline workers amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Prince Andrew steps out with Sarah Ferguson

After spending months away from the spotlight, Andrew was just pictured alongside his former wife. Ferguson’s assistant, Antonia Marshall, recently shared a photo of her and Andrew assembling packages for hospital workers at Windsor’s Thames Hospice.

In one of the images, Andrew shows Sarah Ferguson one of the care packages while wearing a red shirt and dark pants. In a second pic, Andrew was photographed outside of the hospice getting ready to hand out the bags.

“@sarahferguson15 and @hrhthedukeofyork packing all the care packages for @thameshospice in Windsor today,” the caption read. “The York Family are a wonderful and steadfast unit and through this crisis, are continuously helping others.”

During the lockdown, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson are reportedly staying at the Royal Lodge with Eugenie and her family. The two divorced in 1996 but have remained very close friends throughout the years. 

Andrew stepped away from his royal duties last year due to his controversial ties with Jeffrey Epstein. He has kept a low profile over the past few months, and royal watchers were surprised to see him back in the spotlight.

What is Princess Beatrice doing during the lockdown

While Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew are doing their part during the current crisis, most members of the royal family are under strict lockdown. This includes the couple’s oldest daughter, Princess Beatrice, who is believed to be living with her fiancé, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

Beatrice, Princess of York, was due to exchange vows with Mozzi at the end of May. Those plans, however, have been derailed as the entire United Kingdom is under lockdown to prevent the spread of the virus.

Beatrice probably would have stayed at the Royal Lodge with her parents and Eugenie, but that might have separated her from Mozzi until the lockdown is over.

Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mozzi have officially canceled their wedding plans and are likely staying at his home in West London. Sarah Ferguson has yet to comment on when and where Princess Beatrice may tie the knot.