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Fergie Confidential - The Duchess of York's True Story Kindle Edition
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The problem with Sarah Ferguson is that she just isn't as interesting as Diana. As one commentator puts it in the book, "The fact is that this young lady owes her status in life to that one memorable day [when she married Prince Andrew] and that is all that changed her from being any other girl on the streets of London to the person she is."
Sarah was changed by one thing: her marriage to Prince Andrew. After that she was cast into the public light. The bigger question is whether we should continue to give these people such undeserved privileges based on such minor events (royal marriages), especially when whole countries are goung down financial plugholes!
The attitude towards the royals is best expressed by one ex girlfriend of Johnny Bryan, the American caught kissing Fergie's toes by a French pool, "I think Fergie and Di are brilliant. They're taking the world for all its got. They read 'Cosmopiltan' and firmly believe that you only live once so make the most of it."
But it's the same for rest of us. Should we be supporting their expensive habits? Do we need these overpaid bores?
For anyone interested in the royals and some interesting recent events this book is OK. The authors are journalists, so while the narrative is interesting there isn't much analysis.Read more ›
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Very interesting and gives a lot of information previously unknown to myself. Worth buying.Published 5 months ago by HEATHER
I wasn't particularly enamoured by this story. I got a bit bored in places.Published 7 months ago by Ruth Bushnell