Sarah Ferguson – better known as the Duchess of Pork – makes a prat of herself trying to stick a pig up her nose, but still has failed to confirm whether she repaid the loan she took from the croaked paedophile Jeffrey Epstein
In June 2017, Sarah, Duchess of York revealed: “One of the worst headlines said 82% [of the population] would rather sleep with a goat than Fergie. It’s never left me.”
Now, this week, returning to YouTube after using the medium to bang on about monsters there in September, the ‘Duchess of Pork’ went one further and shared a 4:16-minute video where she read a story titled There’s A Pig Up My Nose. In it, she seemed to be both drunk and disorderly.
Illustrating not only her childishness, this self-declared “real feminine woman” yet again showed herself to be totally out of touch with the fact that she would do best to silence herself at that time. Again, in response we remind this renegade royal that she still needs to answer a key question.
That question? Has she ever repaid the money she took from her live-in ex-husband ‘Randy Andy’s’ bestie Jeffrey Epstein?
The Weird Words of “Greedy” and “Needy” Sarah, Duchess of York
“They tried to put the little redhead in a cage.”
“I have been in the gutter.”
“As long as it is hot, wet and goes down the right way, it’s fine with me.”
“With every smell, I smell food. With every sight, I see food. I can almost hear food. I want to spade the whole lot through my mouth at Mach 2. Basta!”
“We all sit round the table and eat together. Andrew and I believe in total parent unity. We’re best friends.”
“I would quite like to go on Dancing With The Stars. I would like somebody to teach me to tango. I do know the show and my children would be so proud of me.”
“I met [Prince Andrew] when I was 12, and I said: ‘I’m going to marry him.’”
“I left my marriage knowing I’d have to work. I have.”
“I didn’t want a divorce, but had to because of circumstance.”
“I wish we’d never got divorced. He and I both wish we’d never divorced, but we did. I wish I could go back and be the bride again, but I can’t.”
“I felt that I ostracised myself by my behaviour, by the past, by living with all the regrets of my mistakes, that I sort of wore a hair shirt and beat myself up most of the day thinking and regretting why did I make such a mistake. Why have I made so many mistakes?”
“You look at the devil in the face, which you do. Then you forgive, and you say: ‘OK, I’ve made almost a mistake that will never be forgotten,’ and forgive.”
“I was so out of control with desperation… I was looking for quick fixes in the places I wouldn’t normally look… I’ve been a huge overtrusting, idiotic, stupid woman that went to look for the perfect situation, and that’s all I can say really.”