With reports circulating almost daily about feuds going on within the royal family, many have wondered whether what is outside is factual information or is completely exaggerated.
It is believed that there has been bad blood for months between the duchesses Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle, but the palace has denied this. Yet the claims that the sisters-in-law do not agree with each other have not stopped, so we wonder what the two women were who had been in the same position years ago and how much we knew about their gap. This is what Sarah Ferguson has revealed about her relationship with Princess Diana and whether or not they were speaking at the time of the Princess’s death.
Reports that the princess and duchess were feuding
The princess of Wales and the duchess of York were cousins and had known each other since childhood. Within five years, the women married in the royal family and seemed extremely close. But there were several reports that behind palace walls, things were not what they looked like and that they had tortured.
The reports only showed that they had a few ticks here and there, but were never rivals.
In 1996 both ladies were separated from the princes and Sarah Ferguson released her book entitled My Story. In it the duchess wrote that Princess Diana gave her different pairs of shoes and ‘plantar warts’. This led to speculation that the princess was so upset about what Fergie shared that it might be the reason she stopped talking to her.
Did they speak before Diana’s death?
Although the women did not speak for a while after the publication of the book, the Duchess of York told Harper’s Bazaar that she heard that the princess was planning to reach her before she died.
“I really miss Diana. I loved her so much,” said Sarah Ferguson. “And sadly, at the end we hadn’t spoken for a year, although I never heard the reason, except that Princess Diana had something in her head ever. .. I tried, wrote letters, thought that whatever happened did not matter, let’s arrange it And I knew she would be back In fact, the day before she died, she called a friend of mine and said, “Where is that red? I want to talk to her.”
Fergie recently claimed that all reports of a feud or rivalry between her and Diana were completely exaggerated by the media. The duchess wrote about this in February in an open letter for the Hello # # HelloToKindness campaign.
“Women, in particular, are constantly pocked and compared in a way that reminds me of how people always tried to portray
Diana and me as rivals, something neither of us has ever felt,” she said. .