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Finding Sarah – From Royalty to the Real World: Duchess Ferguson Lives The Fairytale On Oprah’s Land Of Make Believe

by | 14th, June 2011

SARAH Ferguson has been on Oprah Winfrey’s TV show Finding Sarah . The full title of the show Fergie reportedly scooped £200,000 for is: “Finding Sarah From Royalty to the Real World”.

It is not a comedy. This is Ferguson reconnecting with her lotus flower .

The story is that Fergie, mired in debt and scandal for pimping out her former husband, Prince Andrew, for cash , will seek a new life via reality telly. She will market herself not as Duchess Sarah but as Duchess Sarah The Salvation. As with all things Sarah this journey into Sarah will be conducted in public view.

As we say this is not a comedy. But if it were you might laugh out loud as Sarah fielded a question on flogging access to her ex-husband. Sarah says: “My moral compass is so strong that if I thought I was doing anything wrong, I would have known.”

Sarah says he is the victim of Sarah. She self-sabotages “. She has a people-pleasing addiction ”.

As she tells it:

“Once upon a time I was a little girl who had a wonderful childhood. I fell in love, became a princess, had two beautiful children, life was perfect but I didn’t think I deserved it. So I sabotaged myself and I hit rock bottom. It was like I had murdered someone. I had murdered Sarah.”

Later she says that her dad called her a sheep’s arse and mum , Susan Barantes, accused her of having the mark of the Devil “.

Sarah is now in safe hands with Oprah and her appointed experts. Oprah cares. Back in 2010, Oprah looked at that tape of Ferguson flogging access to Prince Andrew for £500,000 and opined:

“You on that tape — that is spiritually, morally bankrupted person.”

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