Royal heartbreak: Sarah Ferguson pays emotional tribute lost friend with ...

SARAH FERGUSON has launched a new range of products for her new Sarah's Trust, including a special accessory to commemorate the death of one of her closest friends.

PUBLISHED: 05:54, Tue, Nov 24, 2020 | UPDATED: 05:56, Tue, Nov 24, 2020

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on PinterestCopy linkLink copied

The Duchess of York has uncovered a series of items she will be selling in her new Trust in order to support causes close to her heart. Among the products available for sale are ‘Brew for the Crew’, a bundle of 80 English teabags and four batches of salted caramel and chocolate chip biscuits, with the whole pack going for £35.


But the most personal item in the collection is a brooch, designed in honour of one of her oldest friends.

Although she has not revealed her friend’s name, it is known she died of cancer last April.

The piece of jewellery costs only £10.

Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer

Of the special design, the Duchess said: “The forget-me-not flower and the York Rose symbolise new life while honouring those who have died.”

Sarah FergusonSarah Ferguson pays emotional tribute lost friend with charitable cause (Image: Getty)

She also paid tribute to her “superb friend” whose eldest daughter she is godmother to.

The Duchess added: “Her positive energy and wicked sense of humour, even through her darkest times during her illness, will forever inspire me and all those that knew her.

“She was a superb friend, mother, grandmother and, thankfully, being godmother to her eldest daughter means we will forever be connected.”

The money from all the products will go to frontline workers and this who helped others throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

Related articles
Prince Charles’ bitter comment to Princess Diana during skiing holiday
Sarah Ferguson’s in-joke with Princess Diana about The Great Escape

The Duchess said: “Proceeds raised from sales will go

read more.....

PREV A look inside President Joe Biden's Oval Office mogaznewsen
NEXT Brexit Britain to lure investors in from around world with major economic ...