As she returns home from her holiday with Beatrice and Eugenie, Fergie says ‘onwards and upwards.’
SARAH FERGUSON appeared to be in good spirits as she was photographed near the end of her family vacation in Switzerland.
Sarah was spotted at Geneva Airport on her way home with her loved ones.
As her skiing vacation came to an end, the Duchess of York gave a brief press conference.
Sarah, known to friends and fans as Fergie, carried her trolley and handbag through the airport in a black dress with a turquoise blazer and a matching scarf.
She was also wearing a black facemask to comply with Switzerland’s Covid regulations.
Before leaving for her British Airways flight, Fergie wished the staff “good morning,” according to the Sun.
“Onwards and upwards,” she concluded.
Fergie also refused to answer questions about Prince Andrew’s legal case in New York or the sale of the Swiss chalet they co-own, according to the publication.
Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, the Duchess’ two beloved daughters, were present.
August Philip Hawke, Eugenie’s baby boy, was born in February of last year and was photographed in her arms.
Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and Jack Brooksbank, the princesses’ husbands, were also on board.
The close-knit family has been vacationing in Verbier, Switzerland, where they reportedly arrived on Christmas Day.
The royals’ departure coincides with claims in the Mirror that Prince Andrew is attempting to force the sale of his and Sarah’s seven-bedroom £16.6 million Swiss Chalet Helora.
Andrew’s only way to fund a potential out-of-court settlement with Virginia Giuffre could be through the publication’s additional revenue from this sale.
According to the Mirror, the Duke of York could reach an out-of-court settlement at the last minute to avoid further reputational damage.
“It’s crunch time for Andrew on several fronts,” they added.
“Because he is covering all of his expenses, he needs to raise cash quickly in order to pay bills that are piling up by the day.”
“If there was a chance to settle, that is an option, but there is no doubt in my mind that the Queen would not assist him in doing so.”
“No discussions have been had regarding a financial settlement,” according to a source familiar with the proceedings.
However, because “the vast majority of US civil litigation is settled out of court,” this option “would always remain an option on the table.”
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