Sarah Ferguson preaches ‘forgiveness’ to King Charles for Harry and Meghan

Sarah Ferguson sends telling public message to King Charles

Sarah Ferguson preaches ‘forgiveness’ to King Charles for Harry, Meghan Markle
Sarah Ferguson preaches ‘forgiveness’ to King Charles for Harry and Meghan

Sara Ferguson has subtly extended a plea to King Charles for not only his estranged son Prince Harry, but also for her own husband and monarch’s brother Prince Andrew.

The sister-in-law of King Charles during her appearance at the amfAR gala shed light on the royal family's dynamics amid Harry and Meghan Markle’s tumultuous relationship with the King and Prince William.

During her conversation with PEOPLE, the Duchess of York was asked about how she’s supporting King Charles and his daughter-in-law Princess Kate during their cancer battles.

"I think family unity is key... I think the key to life is that we all support each other," Sarah responded, adding, “And also forgiveness is a great thing. I think forgiveness of yourself and forgiveness of others."

The royal expert Tom Quinn while analyzing Sarah’s comments with Mirror, noted that Fergie's comments were a "clear reference to Meghan and Harry’s ongoing feud with Prince William and King Charles".

Quinn added, "But the Duchess has her own well-publicised family difficulties to deal with – she has never stopped trying to persuade the senior royals to rehabilitate her former husband Prince Andrew and when she talked about unity and the need for forgiveness, she no doubt also had her husband in mind.”

To note, Sarah Ferguson's husband and the Duke of York Prince Andrew is going through his own legal battles after his name made it to the list of sex offenders, who visited controvercial pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's mansion in Florida.