News – USA – Fergie calls for “kindness and respect” for first grandchild amid royal drama


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SARAH Ferguson has requested that her and Prince Andrew’s first grandchild be treated with “respect and kindness” during a turbulent time for the royal family

The Duchess of York, 61, made the comment following the birth of daughter Princess Eugenie’s son August Philip on Jan. February

The good news came as Andrew, also 61, continues to scrutinize his relationship with billionaire sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein

Meanwhile, Eugenie’s cousin Prince Harry, 36, and wife Meghan, 39, faced a backlash days after the birth when they publicly announced that they were expecting their second child on Instagram, despite asking for privacy / p>

The couple underwent further scrutiny for filming an extensive interview with Oprah Winfrey, 67, before leaving the royal family for good on Friday

In a video by Fergie & Friends on her YouTube channel for children, the Duchess said: “I believe everyone deserves respect and kindness, whether you were just born like my grandson or if you are 110 years old

“Everyone is wise and everyone deserves respect and kindness and a smile Says so much, but costs very little”

Fergie broke her silence yesterday on the arrival of Baby August, saying in a statement: “As grandparents, the Duke and I are delighted and blessed to have our grandson August Philip Hawke Brooksbank

“He is a beautiful blessing and a bringer of such love and joy to all of our family”

She added that she was “so proud” of Eugenie, 30) and Princess Jack Brooksbank, 35’s husband, who “are and will be wonderful parents” “

Eugenie and Jack, who got married in October 2018, confirmed the name of their newcomer on Instagram yesterday

They wrote: “Thank you for so many wonderful messages Our hearts are full of love for this little person, words cannot express it. We are happy to be able to share these photos with you Ihnen

“Thank you very much to the wonderful staff, including our midwife, who came to fire our boy”

The couple named their son in honor of Prince Philip, who is now spending a sixth day in King Edward VII’s hospital

The Duke of Edinburgh was admitted “as a precaution” after feeling uncomfortable on Tuesday and is likely to stay there until next week

Yesterday, Prince Charles, 72, was seen with tears in his eyes while visiting his father, who will be 100 years old in June

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News – USA – Fergie calls for “kindness and respect” for first grandchild amid royal drama