After spending the holidays with Beatrice and Eugenie, Sarah Ferguson gives fans an important update.


After a holiday with Beatrice and Eugenie, Sarah Ferguson gives fans an important update.

SARAH FERGUSON took to Instagram after returning from a winter break with her daughters, Princess Beatrice and Eugenie, to update her 12,000 followers.

Fergie, as the Duchess of York is affectionately known, spent Christmas and New Year with her two daughters, both of whom have become mothers in their own right.

Fergie and the Princesses were joined on their trip to Verbier, Switzerland, by Beatrice and Eugenie’s husbands, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and Jack Brooksbank.

“Storytime with Fergie and Friends will be taking a further break,” the Duchess announced on Sunday night.

We’ll let you know when we’ll be back.”

At the start of the first lockdown in 2020, the Duchess launched her Storytime With Fergie And Friends YouTube channel.

She will read a traditional children’s story every day as part of the project, as well as share arts and crafts ideas and fun recipes.

Although it has been reported that Sarah and her former husband, Prince Andrew, have put their luxury abode, Chalet Helora, on the market for £18.6 million, six years after purchasing it, the Yorks have been enjoying winter holidays in Verbier since the Princesses were small.

The house is said to have breathtaking views of the Bagnes valley.

The Duchess first visited Verbier, in the canton of Valais, when she was 16 years old, but she had been skiing since she was three years old.

Before joining the royal family, she also worked as a chalet girl.

“I have returned to Verbier for holidays on a regular basis since that first visit,” she told Hello Magazine.

“My family has been following me for a long time,” she continued.

We are free and happy, and we are at ease.

In any case, I refer to it as “my home.”

Beatrice’s property developer husband Edo grabbed a luggage trolley as they arrived at Geneva airport, all while adhering to strict mask-wearing regulations.

The Duchess wore a black skirt, plimsolls, and a sky blue jacket for the trip back to the UK, and she rolled her own silver-grey suitcase with a handbag on top.

As they disembarked from their silver private hire minibus that had driven them the two hours from Verbier to Geneva, environmentally conscious Beatrice was seen putting trash in recycling bins.

Sarah was rarely seen outside the chalet during her vacation, despite her fondness for it.

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