Sarah Ferguson claims to be Beatrice’s step-“Jennifer son’s Aniston.”


Sarah Ferguson claims to be Beatrice’s step-“Jennifer son’s Aniston.”

SARAH FERGUSON discussed her friendship with Princess Beatrice’s step-son, and how he regards her as a celebrity.

Sarah added that her step-grandson Christopher Woolf Mapelli Mozzi – better known as Wolfie – thinks she’s a TV star because of her YouTube show, Storytime with Fergie & Friends. During an appearance on Sarah Vine’s podcast Femail Half Hour on Mail+, the Duchess of York joked about her connection with the five-year-old.

After talking about how she’s getting ready to play with trains and trucks with Princess Eugenie’s son August, Sarah added: “Don’t forget Beatrice has Wolfie, who is five, so my step-grandson thinks I’m the Jennifer Aniston of his life because I’m very cool because he watches Storytime with Fergie & Friends.”

“When he walks in, he thinks I’m a celebrity since I’m on YouTube TV.”

Wolfie is the son of Beatrice’s spouse, property developer Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, and his ex-fiancée, architect Dara Huang.

Sarah went on to describe what it’s like to have a step-grandchild after amusing her hosts with this news.

“It’s the most fun for me because my audience is three to five-year-olds,” she remarked.

“I wrote all 38 novels for children aged three to five.”

Sarah made her debut as an adult novelist earlier this week with the release of Mills & Boon’s Her Heart for a Compass.

However, she has established herself as a prolific author of children’s books and novels, with titles such as Budgie the Little Helicopter and Little Red.

Sarah began Storytime with Fergie & Friends, a daily show on YouTube, in April 2020 with the goal of keeping kids happy and engaged throughout lockdown.

Fergie or one of her guests would first read a short story or book.

However, the channel eventually expanded to incorporate activities for children to do at home using food and basic household objects.

Beatrice and Eugenie, Sarah’s daughters, were guests on the YouTube show.

When Beatrice married Wolfie’s father, Edoardo, in July of last year, she welcomed him into her life.

The child apparently served as both pageboy and best man during the covert wedding, which took place at the Royal Chapel in Windsor during the first national lockdown.

Beatrice revealed her bond with tiny Wolfie and “Brinkwire Summary News” in March.


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