Royal expert Hilary Fordwich claims that the royal family rarely makes mistakes in terms of appearances and Sarah Ferguson joining the family in their Christmas tradition was “carefuly choreographed.”
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SARAH FERGUSON RETURNS TO ROYAL FAMILY
The Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson was previously barred from certain royal family traditions for decades. However, this Christmas she was permitted to walk with the rest of the family from the royal estate in Sandringham to the nearby church for a morning service. This is a holiday tradition that’s has been around decades.
This also marked the first time in 30 years Ferguson walked with the family.
Despite being an extremely well-known member of the royal family, Sarah Ferguson had been barred from certain traditions for decades.
Ferguson is the former wife of Prince Andrew, Duke of York. She is the mom of Queen Elizabeth’s two grandchildren – Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie. While Ferguson kept her Duchess of York title, she lost her Royal Highness (HRH) title as a result of her divorce from Prince Andrew in 1996.
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ROYAL EXPERT SAYS THIS IS ‘CAREFULLY CHOREOGRAPHED’
Hilary Fordwich, a royal expert said that the royal family rarely makes mistakes in terms of appearances. So, this was a “carefully choreographed” move.
“Rarely does the royal family make mistakes in terms of appearances. What might seem to an outsider as a casual stroll on Christmas Day to the church service at St. Mary Magdalene in Sandringham, Norfolk, is actually a carefully choreographed, highly public promenade,” said Fordwich to Fox News.
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