TALK OF THE TOWN: Fergie plans a comeback that could include a stint on the US version of Dancing On Ice
TALK OF THE TOWN: Fergie plans a return to television which could include an appearance on the American version of Dancing On Ice
Get ready for Fergie, the return.
I guess Sarah, Duchess of York, 62, is apparently unimpressed with the Jeffrey Epstein saga gobbling up ex-husband Andrew and is considering a number of TV offers.
One is for the US version of Dancing On Ice, and another could see her judging an equestrian reality competition.
“She’s already filmed a pilot for it, it just might resurface now,” a source says.
“She’s had offers but only wants to play a role that maintains her credibility.”
Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, 62, plans a return to television
The Duchess is seemingly oblivious to the saga of Jeffrey Epstein gobbling up ex-husband Andrew (pictured together) and is considering a number of TV offers
One is for the US version of Dancing On Ice, and another could see her judging an equestrian reality competition (Pictured: Ria Hebden and Lukasz Rozycki during the ‘Dancing On Ice’ TV show skate off, series 14 , episode 2)
Sarah – pictured above with a children’s book she read on YouTube – is also planning to revamp her website, online video channel and social media pages as part of her bid to relaunch her career.
Guess someone at the Royal Lodge must be the breadwinner now.
Roger Jenkins, ex-boss of Barclays, is more unlucky in love than in finances.
Following a £150million divorce from second wife Sanela and alliances with Elle Macpherson and a former Miss Venezuela, Roger, 66, who is worth an estimated £300million, has married the beauty 37-year-old Brazilian Larissa Andrade in 2018.
Unfortunately, Roger and Larissa separated and divorce is now imminent.
Roger, 66, worth an estimated £300million, married 37-year-old Brazilian beauty Larissa Andrade (pictured) in 2018
The Queen’s stay at the modest Wood Farm cottage in Sandringham last week was seen as a touching nod to Prince Philip, who spent his final years there.
But did it also mark the end of a chapter for their close friend Penny Knatchbull?
Penny, Countess Mountbatten of Burma, benefited from an ‘open door policy’ at Sandringham and is said to have used her own accommodation near Wood Farm, but I’m told she ‘abandoned’ them and moved back into the house ancestral to Hampshire. of her husband, Norton, 74, to care for him because he has Alzheimer’s disease.
I’m told, “Visits to Wood Farm have been a great source of solace and escape for Penny, but she no longer needs her own digs.”