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Why the Duchess of York attended Saturday's Vols-LSU game

That celebrity at Saturday’s University of Tennessee football game wasn’t Jon Gruden. But it was British royalty.

The Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson, joined life stylist/author Moll Anderson in her skybox on Saturday to watch the… 142 more words

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On October 15 Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, was born...

On October 15, 1959, Sarah Ferguson, better known as Sarah, Duchess of York, and popularly known as “Fergie,” was born.

She is the former wife of Prince Andrew, Duke York, the second son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and the mother of Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie of York. 52 more words


Tell Me a Story Choppy and Sarah Ferguson

Well, everyone enjoys a corny joke… especially my guests today on the podcast, known as Tell Me a Story

Head on over and give a listen to… 152 more words

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Royal Roundup: Henrik, Earl Spencer & the Succession

Well, that’s a weird title, but I think it hits the highlights. Where to begin with the last few days? Let’s start outside the UK where the Danish Royal Family has been dominating headlines. 967 more words

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July 23 in history:

Sarah Ferguson (“Fergie”) married into the British royal family on July 23rd, 1986.  Fergie’s marriage to Prince Andrew made her the Duchess of York.   138 more words

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Fashionable Quote of the Week by Virginia Johnson

I paint all of my designs by hand. I use watercolor on paper. This is my most cherished part of the creative process. I welcome accidents in my sketches. 193 more words


Donny and Marie 9/30/99

Below is a screenshot of the rundown one of my first shows as a producer at Donny and Marie.

Yes, I went from Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson, where I had to learn the proper way to address her even though she was there to speak about Wedgwood china, to Mac King, who makes his head among other things disappear five days a week in his amazing Vegas show, to Robert Palmer, the super cool crooner who revolutionized music videos with his use of fashion models as musicians.   28 more words