The Duchess of York, 60, reads a children’s story every day for Storytime with Fergie and Friends. She posted a picture on social media today announcing she would be reading Cinderella.
In the photo, Sarah gave a sneak peak inside the Royal Lodge residence she shares with ex-husband Prince Andrew.
The mother-of-two appears to have decorated the room ready for her video.
Sarah, who is holding a wand and tiara, is sitting at a dark wooden desk with the book in front of her and a pair of glasses rested on top.
There are book covers which read “once upon a time” and “happily ever after” propped up to her left and right.
A wicker chair can be seen in the background with a floral cushion.
There are also two pink trees in a beautiful display.
And an image of a castle is hung against the wall behind the duchess.
In the caption, Sarah said: “Today at 4pm on @storytimewithfergieandfriends I am reading Cinderella by Fiona Waters and my guest friend is @laura.gallagher84 #storytimewithfergieandfriends #childrensbooks #books #stories.”
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One more added: “Lovely setting happy Monday.”
Sarah launched her Storytime With Fergie And Friends YouTube channel in April.
The 60-year-old reads a children’s story at 4pm each day.
Speaking when she launched her YouTube channel, Sarah said: “I’m in my favourite place ever, ever, ever, which is with children, thinking of children and thinking of all the children out there that just need a little bit of magic and you are not alone.
“Every day I’m going to do Storytime With Fergie And Friends – not just Fergie.
“You’ll have to wait and see – it’s going to be very exciting.
“And don’t worry they’re not very long books… or it could be long books.
“But let’s get a bit of magic going here, shall we?”
The first story Sarah read was Hairy Maclary by Lynley Dodd.
She is sometimes joined by guests which have included her youngest daughter Princess Eugenie.
Sarah, who recently signed a publishing deal for seven children’s books, lives in Windsor with the Duke of York, 60.
The pair, who are parents to Princess Beatrice and Eugenie, remain close despite their divorce in 1996.