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Fergie mistaken for Queen in funny moment at Eugenie’s wedding

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Sarah Ferguson had an embarrassing moment during her daughter, Princess Eugenie’s wedding in 2018, it has emerged. The daughter of singer Robbie Williams asked Prince Andrew’s ex-wife whether she was the Queen. The innocent question came from Williams and Ayda Field’s daughter, Theodora, who was six at the time.

Princess Eugenie of York got married to her long-time boyfriend Jack Brooksbank on October 12 2018 at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.

Singer Robbie Williams and his family attended the wedding as close friends of the royals.

But his daughter caught everyone’s attention when she dropped the question to the Duchess, who was rushing to get into the car with Prince Andrew.

According to The Sun, Theodora, standing beside Princess Beatrice, asked a series of pressing questions to the mother of the bride.

The bridesmaid asked Sarah: “Are you the Queen?” to which the Duchess replied: “No”.

“Are you a princess?” she pressed to which Sarah replied: “Yes.”

The bride happily showed off a scar down her spine, which was on display in a low-cut back bridal gown.

Princess Eugenie got the scar from spinal surgery to correct scoliosis, she revealed when in conversation with the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital.

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“Without the care I received at the RNOH I wouldn’t look the way I do now; my back would be hunched over.

“And I wouldn’t be able to talk about scoliosis the way I now do, and help other children who come to me with the same problem,” she said.

“My back problems were a huge part of my life, as they would be for any 12-year-old. Children can look at me now and know that the operation works.

“I’m living proof of the ways in which the hospital can change people’s lives,” the princess shared.

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