A royal expert has claimed Sarah Ferguson, Prince Andrew’s ex-wife, is unlikely to appear in The Crown sequel because she’s ‘not interesting enough’
With The Crown’s penultimate series coming to Netflix later this year, fans of the royal series may have noticed a missing family member in the story.
Series four of the period drama premieres in 2020, covering the years 1979 to 1990, covering some of the key moments in British history, from the wedding of Prince Charles and Princess Diana to Falklands War.
But while many modern royals are featured in this series, the Queen’s son Prince Andrew is not one of them – and by extension, his former wife and mother of children, Sarah Ferguson, So is the Duchess of York.
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Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams recently touched on the idea of whether Fergie could appear in the next season of The Crown, while speaking with Kinsey Schofield on the ToDiForDaily podcast.
“I suspect she’s not really interesting enough,” he said, according to the Express, adding that the Duchess, who has welcomed two children with Andrew, would “not be happy about it”.
Fitzwilliams even went so far as to consider Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie’s mother “a disaster for the royal family”.
The decision not to include Andrew and Fergie would be an interesting one, as the former pair are said to be among the most famous royal couples who have come with their own scandals.
Most recently, the Duke of York was involved in the Virginia Giuffre sex abuse case and recently agreed to pay a settlement fee to close the civil sexual assault case brought by his accuser. .
Throughout the ordeal, Fergie was dogged by her ex-husband, despite widespread criticism over his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein.
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