The Duchess of York has announced that she is taking a break from her YouTube series Storytime with Fergie and Friends.
Sarah Ferguson, 62, commonly known as Fergie, revealed that she will temporarily stop posting daily videos on her YouTube channel – which she started in lockdown.
The mother-in-law started the channel in April 2020 to entertain the children at home.
In an Instagram story shared yesterday, Fergie reassured her fans that this break is only temporary, and will be updated soon when the show resumes.
Storytime with Fake & Friends will be taking another break. We’ll update you on the return date soon,’ read a post shared on Instagram of Princess Beatrice’s mother and Princess Eugenie.
Prince Andrew’s ex-wife has been sharing daily videos on her Youtube channel since the lockdown in April 2020
The Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson, 62, has announced that she will be taking a break from her YouTube series Storytime with Fergie and Friends
Grandmothers shared their last video on New Year’s Eve, where they read Maca’s Christmas Crackers by Matt Cosgrove. It has been viewed about 140,000 times.
Other videos have her dressed up as Little Red Riding Hood and donning a flower crown and unicorn hat as part of her animated readings.
Fergie was spotted at the ski resort of Verbier in Switzerland.
She was joined by Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank, as well as Princess Beatrice, her husband Edo Mapelli Mozzi, and their son Wolfie.
Families celebrated the new year together at the Duke of York’s £17m luxury chalet – which was set up for sale earlier this year – that overlooks the exclusive resort.
Fergie’s daily videos, where she often reads a children’s book by authors she loves – and sometimes her own title, were viewed by thousands at the peak of the lockdown.
Sarah Ferguson, 60, watched two videos on her YouTube channel today with her fans posing as Little Red Riding Hood to read a children’s classic tale (pictured)
The Duchess of York wore a red hooded hat and was joined by a mystery guest in a wolf mask and nightgown (pictured)
In the first episode of “Storytime with Fergie and Friends,” which she posted to her YouTube channel, Sarah made a very animated performance as she read the kids’ classic Harry McCleary by Linley Dodd.
Ever since that first clip was shared, the mother-in-law of two has been updating the channel, often daily, with new videos where she can be seen reading children’s stories.
In all, Fergie shared 543 videos on the channel, amassing over 42,500 subscribers.
His latest video was viewed by 139,481 fans, but they will have to wait to see another video of him.
This news has come as 61-year-old Prince Andrew, Fergie’s ex-husband. Currently awaiting a ruling on whether the lawsuit relates to allegations he sexually assaulted Virginia Giuffre., then 17, would be dismissed by a judge in New York on three occasions in 2001.
Ms Giuffre, now 38, is claimed to have been seduced by billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein and girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell for having sex with the prince – at Maxwell’s London home, at Epstein’s New York mansion and in the Caribbean. Smuggled to a private island.
Fergie’s last video was shared on New Year’s Eve and was viewed by nearly 140,000 fans. She read Maca’s Christmas Crackers by Matt Cosgrove
The Duchess shared DIY activities and read children’s books on her Youtube channel, which has over 42,500 subscribers
Prince Andrew vehemently denied the claims, but his legal team is currently battling to settle the matter on ‘technical grounds’ after he previously signed a £370,000 ($500,000) legal deal with Epstein He had waived the right to sue him.
He has also accused Ms Giuffre of being after ‘one more pay day at her expense’.
A decision on whether the case will proceed for hearing could be returned this week after hearing last Tuesday.
However, the allegations have plagued Duke for the past two years and led to a car accident interview with Emily Maitlis on Newsnight in which he claimed he was ‘incapable of sweating’.
Sara launches daily YouTube show during lockdown to entertain the little ones stuck at home (pictured)
Meanwhile, Prince Andrew, pictured in 2019, is currently awaiting a verdict on whether a trial related to allegations he sexually assaulted Virginia Giuffre, then 17, on three occasions in 2001, was dismissed by a judge in New York. will be done.
The Sunday Times reported that His expensive list of consultants is estimated at £2 million.
The list includes a lawyer named ‘Good News Gary’ and a barrister representing crime boss Terry Adams and Britain’s most violent prisoner, Charles Bronson.
The Duke’s ex-wife Sarah is also understood to have attended the briefing against Ms Giuffre.
A source said the situation is ’embarrassing’ and Andrew is getting ‘terrible advice’, while his family ‘abandoning him’ has not helped him.
The allegations first surfaced in 2011, but Prince did not offer a public explanation until a November 2019 interview on Newsnight.
Sources say he agreed to the interview because of his eagerness to settle his reputation ahead of his 60th birthday and daughter Princess Beatrice’s wedding.
It is understood that he wanted to ‘go on the front foot’ and finally bring his side of the story to the masses.
Andrew was initially refusing to appear on Newsnight for an interview, on the grounds that his public relations adviser Jason Stein, Amber Rudd’s former special adviser, considered it a bad idea.
However, he was later persuaded by his personal secretary, Amanda Thirsk.