Sarah Ferguson in ‘clear message to Harry and Meghan about ongoing feud with royal family’

The Duchess of York said ‘forgiveness’ was the most important part of maintaining good family relations amid Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s feud with King Charles and Prince William

Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, has strong feelings about the importance of family(Getty Images for amfAR)

The Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson, gave a rare glimpse into the royal family’s family dynamics during an appearance at the Cannes Film Festival.

The 64-year-old spoke about the importance of family members supporting each other while attending the amFar Gala 2024. Speaking to PEOPLE magazine, the royal family said that “forgiveness” is the most important part of maintaining good family relationships. “I think family unity is the key… I think the key to life is that we all support each other,” she said. “And also forgiveness is a great thing. I think forgiveness of yourself and forgiveness of others.”

She made the comments when asked if she had supported King Charles and Princess Kate as they received treatment for cancer. The Duchess herself has already undergone treatment in recent months after being diagnosed with both breast and skin cancer.

And now, royal author and expert Tom Quinn tells The Mirror exclusively that Fergie’s comments were a “clear reference to Meghan and Harry’s ongoing feud with Prince William and King Charles.”

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with King Charles and Prince William before the family feud(POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

Quinn added: “But the Duchess has her own high-profile family issues to deal with – she has never stopped persuading the royal family to rehabilitate her former husband, Prince Andrew, and when she spoke of unity and the need for forgiveness, she didn’t say that. her husband also had doubts in mind.

The Duchess of York is all too aware from her own life in the royal family that anger and bitterness ultimately lead nowhere. She has always felt that Harry must pull himself together and try to forget the past for the sake of the family. She thinks Harry is just going too far.

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