Sarah Ferguson tipped to take on some of Harry and Meghan’s patronages

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SARAH FERGUSON is tipped to take on some of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s abandoned royal responsibilities.

The Duke of Sussex used to hold the titles of Honorary Air Commandant of RAF Honington, Commodore-in-Chief Small Ships and Diving and patron of England Rugby Union (RFU) and the Rugby Football League (RFL).

While the Duchess was Patron of The Association of Commonwealth Universities.

According to a source, Fergie may be taking on “some of the patronages once held by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle”.

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The Duchess of York was recently invited by the Queen to holiday with the family at Balmoral (Image: Getty)

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The Duke and Duchess currently live in California with their two children (Image: Getty)

“The Sussexes no doubt won’t like hearing that,” the source told New Idea.

The Duke and Duchess currently live in California with their two children – Archie, two, and newborn Lilibet.

The royal couple have major deals with companies including Netflix, Spotify and Apple TV and their first Netflix project was announced recently.

Meghan has released a children’s book, The Bench, and Harry made the bombshell announcement that he will be releasing a memoir about his life in early 2022.

The Duchess of York was recently invited by the Queen to holiday with the family at Balmoral.

According to sources, the outreach from the monarch suggests more official appearances from Fergie are expected.

“I think to myself that, honestly, my mother-in-law has been more of a mother to me than my mother,” Fergie said in an interview with Twiggy.

“I absolutely admire the incredible way Her Majesty is so modern… and how flexible, and how understanding, and how forgiving and how generous.”

Source: EXPRESS CO UK

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