Sarah Ferguson is rumored to be vying for part of Harry and Meghan’s support.
SARAH FERGUSON is expected to take over some of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s unfinished royal duties.
According to insiders, the Duchess of York, 61, may be given a portion of the Sussexes’ patronages.
Last year, Harry, 36, and Meghan, 40, left their jobs as members of the Royal Family and relocated to California.
Their honorary military titles and royal patronages were left behind after their decision in March 2020.
The Duke of Sussex was Honorary Air Commandant of RAF Honington, Commodore-in-Chief Small Ships and Diving, and patron of the England Rugby Union (RFU) and the Rugby Football League (RFL).
The Duchess was a patron of the Association of Commonwealth Universities when she was in office.
Fergie may be taking over “some of the patronages originally held by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle,” according to a source.
The source goes on to say that this arrangement may not be to Harry and Meghan’s liking.
“I’m sure the Sussexes won’t appreciate hearing that,” a source told New Idea.
The Duke and Duchess of York currently reside in California with their two children, Archie, who is two, and Lilibet, who is a baby.
The royal couple has substantial partnerships with Netflix, Spotify, and Apple TV, and their first Netflix project was recently announced.
Meghan recently published The Bench, a children’s book, while Harry recently revealed that he will be publishing a biography about his life in early 2022.
The Queen recently invited the Duchess of York to spend time with her family at Balmoral.
According to reports, the monarch’s outreach indicates that Fergie will make more public appearances.
In an interview with Twiggy, Fergie remarked, “I think to myself that, honestly, my mother-in-law has been more of a mother to me than my mother.”
“I greatly love Her Majesty’s remarkable modernity… and how adaptable, understanding, forgiving, and generous they are.”