Sarah Ferguson spoils Queen's corgis with tasty treats
Sarah Ferguson has revealed she's been spoiling the late Queen Elizabeth's beloved pet dogs after taking them in following the monarch's death last year
Sarah Ferguson has been spoiling the late Queen Elizabeth's beloved pet dogs by feeding them gravy bones.
The Duchess of York - who was married to Prince Andrew between 1986 and 1996 - took in the late monarch's beloved corgis Muick and Sandy after her death last year at the age of 96 and Sarah has revealed she makes sure the pet pooches get all their favourite treats.
She told Hello! magazine: "The corgis are very nice and very polite and well trained. I am their favourite but everybody always says it's just because I feed them gravy bones. I love everything about them and I spoil them the most."
It comes after Sarah recently opened up about life with the late Queen's dogs, revealing she's convinced they often bark as a sign her ghost is passing by.
She told People magazine: "I always think that when they bark at nothing, and there’s no squirrels in sight, I believe it’s because the Queen is passing by."
In the interview with Hello!, Sarah also talked about her daughter Princess Eugenie, who is currently expecting her second child with her husband Jack Brooksbank after previously welcoming son August in 2021.
Sarah - who is also mum to Princess Beatrice - said of Eugenie: "She is phenomenal. She looks great and I’m really proud of her for managing to work as hard as she does at [London art gallery] Hauser and Wirth.
"But I am also proud of her as a mother. She's very good with August. Everyone says: 'How are you as a grandmother?' I say that I absolutely love being a grandmother but I’m so proud of my girls. We’re a really strong, close-knit family."