The Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson is doing a good deed to help parents keep their little ones entertained during the coronavirus lockdown.
- Duchess Sarah Ferguson launched a lovely project for helping others during lockdown this week.
- Posting a video to launch the sweet initiative, the Duchess shared a glimpse into her Windsor home.
- This royal news comes after Prince Harry showed a sneak peek of his new LA home.
Duchess Sarah, who is the ex wife of the Queen’s son Prince Andrew, has launched a YouTube channel where she will be reading aloud from a series of children’s storybooks.
The red haired royal, who is mother to Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, shared the first video in the line up last night, titling it, ‘Storytime with Fergie and Friends’.
Explaining the premise of the nice plan, Sarah said, “Hello everybody. It’s so exciting because I’m in my favourite place ever, ever, and ever and that’s with children – and I’m thinking of all children out there that just need a little bit of magic. So, everyday, I’m going to do story time with Fergie and friends – not just Fergie!
“You haven’t to worry, they’re not very long books – well they could be long books – let’s get a bit of magic going here shall we!”
The first in the series saw the Duchess enthusiastically read from kid’s classic Hairy Maclary by Lynley Dodd.
Of course, the video also treated viewers to a glimpse inside the Duchess’ Windsor home.
In the footage, she can be seen sat at a table adorned with a maroon table cloth and surrounded by sweet children’s toys as well as a vase of gorgeous flowers and some candles.
In the background, a white panel of bright, airy windows showed a peek into Sarah’s surrounding greenery, which looks particularly stunning in the glorious spring sunshine.
We certainly wouldn’t mind spending lockdown at Fergie’s house!