SARAH Ferguson will sit down with Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid for an interview on Good Morning Britain tomorrow, weeks after the Duchess of York returned to the royal fold at her daughter Princess Eugenie's wedding.
Sarah Ferguson, the former wife of the Duke of York, will appear on the ITV morning show talk about the charity Street Child which helps educate children in some of the world’s toughest places to grow up.
Fergie, who is a founder patron of Street Child will be joined by Tom Dannatt, the charity’s CEO and founder where they are expected to discuss the charity’s 10th anniversary.
The Duchess announced the news on Twitter where she said she was looking forward to talking to Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid.
Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, the Duchess’s two daughters, are also involved with the charity.
They help their mother by working as global ambassadors for Street Child and children who have benefited from the charity’s programmes were among the guests at Princess Eugenie’s wedding at Windsor Castle earlier this year.
Other famous faces to work with Street Child include Apprentice star and Countdown host Nick Hewer and pop superstar Ed Sheehan who travelled to Liberia in 2017 so see the organisation’s projects as part of Red Nose Day.
Founded in 2008, the charity works in some of the poorest communities across Africa and Asia, in countries such as Sierra Leone, Liberia, Nigeria, Uganda, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Afghanistan.
Fergie, who is still allowed to use her royal title the Duchess of York, divorced Prince Andrew in 1996 after four years of separation.