TALK OF THE TOWN: Fergie is planning a TV comeback which could include appearance on US version of Dancing On Ice
Get ready for Fergie, the comeback.
I gather that Sarah, Duchess of York, 62, is seemingly unfazed by the Jeffrey Epstein saga engulfing ex-husband Andrew and is mulling over 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 has already filmed a pilot for that – it may well resurface now,’ says a source.
‘She’s had offers in but only wants to take a role that maintains her credibility.’
Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, 62, is said to be planning a TV comeback
The Duchess is seemingly unfazed by the Jeffrey Epstein saga engulfing ex-husband Andrew (pictured together) and is mulling over 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 skate off on the ‘Dancing On Ice’ TV show, Series 14, Episode 2)
Sarah – pictured above with a kids’ 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.
I guess someone at Royal Lodge has to be the breadwinner now.
Roger Jenkins, ex-boss of Barclays, is unluckier in love than his financial affairs.
After a £150 million divorce from second wife Sanela and dalliances with Elle Macpherson and a former Miss Venezuela, Roger, 66, said to be worth £300 million, tied the knot with 37-year-old Brazilian beauty Larissa Andrade in 2018.
Sadly Roger and Larissa have split and divorce now looms.
Roger, 66, said to be worth £300 million, tied the knot with 37-year-old Brazilian beauty Larissa Andrade (pictured) in 2018
The Queen’s stay at the modest Wood Farm cottage at Sandringham last week was seen as a touching nod to Prince Philip, who lived there in his final years.
But did it also mark the closing of a chapter for their close friend Penny Knatchbull?
Penny, the Countess Mountbatten of Burma, enjoyed an ‘open door policy’ at Sandringham and is said to have made use of her own lodgings near Wood Farm, but I’m told she’s ‘relinquished’ them and returned to the ancestral home in Hampshire of her husband, Norton, 74, to care for him as he has Alzheimer’s.
I’m told: ‘Wood Farm visits were a great source of comfort and escape for Penny, but she doesn’t need her own digs any more.’
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