Sarah Ferguson Caught On Tape

February 11, 2012 by staff 

Sarah Ferguson Caught On Tape, Britain’s royal family gathered in crisis mode last night to decide the fate of the scandal-prone Duchess of York after she got caught trying to make big bucks off Buckingham Palace.

Sarah Ferguson used clandestine meetings in New York and London to sell access to ex-hubby Prince Andrew for more than $750,000, a British tabloid revealed.

Andrew arrived home last night from Singapore for emergency talks with his mother, Queen Elizabeth, about whether to accept his chagrined ex’s offer to move out of Royal Lodge, the digs they still share not far from Windsor Castle.

“I very deeply regret the situation and the embarrassment caused,” the chastened duchess said in a statement .

Fergie said her “financial situation is under stress,” but added: “That is no excuse for a serious lapse in judgment and I am very sorry that this has happened.”

She confirmed the Duke of York “was not aware or involved.”

Looking ashen with no makeup and with her trademark red hair in a bun, Fergie arrived in Los Angeles yesterday.

Last night, she attended the Variety International gala, where she was to receive an award for her charity work. She avoided reporters, sneaking into the event through a side entrance.

The duchess, 50, offered the access to her ex to an undercover reporter for the News of the World posing as a business bigwig seeking trade connections.

Prince Andrew, 50, works as an unpaid special representative for Britain’s international trade and investment.

The reporter and the duchess were introduced in January and met again May 14 at The Mark hotel on the upper East Side, where the former Weight Watchers and Avon spokeswoman sipped a vodka tonic and dined on lobster. The Mark’s roasted Maine lobster with mushrooms goes for $38.

Accompanied by two assistants, Fergie chatted about a book she is writing and her “rented room” in Prince Andrew’s 30-bedroom Royal Lodge.

She invited the “businessman” to meet Andrew. “So, as soon as you come to London, come to Royal Lodge. I’ll introduce you and sit down and you’ll talk to him about whatever,” she said.

A second meet-up took place Tuesday over pea soup, lamb and burgundy at a posh London restaurant, Mosimann’s and then at the faux-businessman’s “apartment.”

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