Sarah Ferguson

May 11, 2011 by Post Team 

Sarah FergusonSarah Ferguson, Prince William and Kate Middleton, girlfriend lacked a duchess. Sarah Ferguson, former wife of Prince Andrew and mother of Princess Beatrice and Eugenie, Princess was not invited to the wedding April 19 in Westminster Abbey.

The Duchess of York, 51, acknowledges that because of who was involved in a scandal last year (which was captured on tape offering access to Prince Andrew and of 724,000) did not receive the invitation, but not decrease the sting.

She told Oprah and the audience of The Oprah Winfrey Show “that was not invited.”

“I went through the stage of being so totally useless and that was the whole reason I was not invited. Why do they – why invite me?”

Ferguson says he left the UK to see the wedding on TV like everyone else.

“I felt ostracized me for my behavior, in the past, living with all the sorrows of my mistakes, I sort of wearing a hair shirt and beat myself up most of the day thinking and why I regret this error and why I made so many mistakes?

“I decided to go and being in Thailand at a place called the forest … Camelia hugged me,” he said.

Ultimately, she spent time on the phone with Andrew, before the ceremony, he tried to cheer her up.

“When Andrew went with the girls, who were talking all morning and he said,” Okay. Just remember you had a good day. Our wedding was so perfect, “he recalled.” Because we are as a whole unit. He made me feel part of the day April 29. ”

Ferguson, 51, fondly remembers her good friend, the late Princess Diana, and felt it would have been immensely proud of William and Kate.

“I love the feeling that both types of Diana and I were not there,” said the duchess. “But I’m here to say how proud he had been and Kate looked completely beautiful.”

“I think Diana would be proud of her son. Both of them, you know? They did a great job.”

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