Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson Remembers Late Friend Princess Diana on Royal’s Birthday


-------- Advertisement---------

Princess Diana was notable for her charm and grace, effortlessly connecting with people despite tumultuous relationships within the royal family and intense public scrutiny.

She tragically died on August 31, 1997 following a car crash in Paris when she was only 36.

-------- Advertisement---------

Nevertheless, she continues to hold a significant place in the hearts and minds of fans, friends, and family alike.

Today on Instagram and X, long-time friend Sarah Ferguson, 64, posted a throwback photo of herself standing side-by-side with Diana on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, watching the Battle of Britain Anniversary Parade on September 15, 1990.

She captioned the photo, “Happy birthday to my dear friend, Diana. You were a pillar of light and love. And what a legacy you have left behind. I will forever remember our laughter and the kindred, kind spirit I found in you. I am sure you are watching over us always. Rest in peace my friend.”

Princess Diana and Fergie became royal sisters-in-law through their respective marriages to the future King Charles and Prince Andrew, but they were close friends since their teenage years.


rewrite this content in simple and as human writes

Princess Diana was notable for her charm and grace, effortlessly connecting with people despite tumultuous relationships within the royal family and intense public scrutiny.

She tragically died on August 31, 1997 following a car crash in Paris when she was only 36.

Nevertheless, she continues to hold a significant place in the hearts and minds of fans, friends, and family alike.

Today on Instagram and X, long-time friend Sarah Ferguson, 64, posted a throwback photo of herself standing side-by-side with Diana on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, watching the Battle of Britain Anniversary Parade on September 15, 1990.

She captioned the photo, “Happy birthday to my dear friend, Diana. You were a pillar of light and love. And what a legacy you have left behind. I will forever remember our laughter and the kindred, kind spirit I found in you. I am sure you are watching over us always. Rest in peace my friend.”

Princess Diana and Fergie became royal sisters-in-law through their respective marriages to the future King Charles and Prince Andrew, but they were close friends since their teenage years.



Author: Clara
"Greetings! I am a media graduate with a diverse background in the news industry. From working as a reporter to producing content, I have a well-rounded understanding of the field and a drive to stay at the forefront of the industry." When I'm not writing content, I'm Playing and enjoying with my Kids.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *