Sarah Ferguson has been offered a regular slot on TV in a major career change for the duchess.
Since divorcing Prince Andrew in 1996, the Duchess of York has written several novels and produced films like The Young Victoria.
But now, Sarah will be offering advice on love and relationships as an agony aunt in a regular television slot.
At the age of 64, the duchess is enjoying her life as a grandmother to three little ones – August Brooksbank, Ernest Brooksbank, and Sienna Mapelli Mozzi.
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She also continues to live at Royal Lodge in separate quarters from her ex-husband, Prince Andrew.
Throughout her career, Sarah has achieved many things. For instance, she starred in a mini-series with Oprah Winfrey, titled Finding Sarah, in June 2011.
In 2019, the duchess began producing a TV documentary about Prince Albert’s mother,Princess Louise of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg.
During the coronavirus pandemic, Sarah launched a new series on her YouTube channel, called Storytime with Fergie and Friends.
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Then, just recently in May 2023, the duchess launched the weekly podcast Tea Talks with the Duchess & Sarah, together with Sarah Thomson.
Now, Prince Andrew’s ex-wife will host a phone-in during her stint as guest editor on This Morning.
Fergie is also co-hosting the popular programme today.
It was reported earlier this month that Sarah was in talks for a role on the show.
Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew divorced in 1996
ITV bosses confirmed on Saturday that she would become their new agony aunt for This Morning.
In a statement, the duchess said: “I have appeared on This Morning before, but this time I am coming back in a very different role.
“I love live TV and am an enormous fan of the show, and the whole team is always lovely to deal with.
“I’m looking forward to being there for the whole morning, and thrilled to be guest editing the show, which will mean getting to explore some topics that I’m passionate about.”