‘Haven’t we suffered enough?’ Sarah Ferguson blasted over latest bid to ‘support Prince Andrew’

‘Haven’t we suffered enough?’ Sarah Ferguson blasted over latest bid to ‘support Prince Andrew’

Kinsey Schofield speaks on Sarah Ferguson's possible new show

Ben Chapman

By Ben Chapman

Published: 08/10/2023

- 13:29

The Duchess of York is reportedly hoping to land a lucrative chat show

Sarah Ferguson is under fire over her latest bid to support Prince Andrew.

The Duchess of York is reportedly hoping to land a lucrative chat show in the US.

Ferguson, 63, is said to be exploring ways she can support Andrew financially as the royal desperately holds onto his Royal Lodge tenancy.

Speaking on GB News, showbiz reporter Kinsey Schofield questioned the Duchess’ motives, asking “haven’t we suffered enough?”

Kinsey Schofield and Sarah Ferguson


Schofield admitted that the idea could work out well for the Duke and Duchess of York, with Ferguson’s personality well suited to a chat show.

According to the Daily Mail, TV producer Amy Rosenblum revealed details of a conversation with Ferguson, in which the Duchess repeatedly said “I want a show”.


Schofield said the show could go down well with Americans.

“His roommate and ex-wife is looking for a talk show in the States”, she said.

“All I can say is, haven’t we suffered enough? She would like a sit down talk show, like Oprah Winfrey.

“I think people would actually watch this. Fergie is really engaging and she has a great sense of humour.

Mark Dolan speaks to Kinsey Schofield

Mark Dolan spoke to Kinsey Schofield on GB News


“She has great contacts too.”

GB News host Mark Dolan waded in on the discussion by adding that he is a “fan” of the Duchess, praising her endearing personality.

He asked Schofield whether the Duke and Duchess of York could remarry.

“I would hope so. Wouldn’t that be the ultimate dream?”, she said.

Prince Harry and Prince AndrewKing Charles wants his brother Prince Andrew to move out of the Royal Lodge and move into Frogmore Cottage.PA

“That would be a love movie I would watch on repeat.”

She added that Andrew’s image may be “rehabilitated” should they reconcile.

It comes amid a dispute between Andrew and his brother, King Charles, over the Duke’s living status.

The monarch is pushing for the Duke to downsize by moving out of Royal Lodge into the intimate more setting at Frogmore Cottage, but Andrew is reportedly not willing to budge.

Fergie is said to be keen on helping to bankroll £2million worth of essential maintenance work at Royal Lodge in a move that could strengthen Andrew’s hold on the property.

A source told the Mail: “It’s true Sarah wants to help Andrew stay in what she considers their family home.

“She lives at Royal Lodge when she’s in the UK. It’s very much their family’s base.

“Andrew has lost so much. She will do everything she can to help him keep the house, even though it may prove untenable in the long term.”

Kinsey Schofield told Mark Dolan that she is supportive of Andrew remaining at the royal residence, despite Charles’ apparent opposition.

“I understand a lot of people want Prince Andrew out of Royal Lodge, but I think the Queen would be happy with where he is at the moment”, she said.

The Prince was stood down from his royal duties after Virginia Roberts claimed she was sex-trafficked to him by convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

Andrew has vigorously denied all allegations.

He settled a civil lawsuit in America brought by Roberts for a reported £12million but admitted no liability.

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