She shared a series of heartfelt Tweets following the engagement of Princess Eugenie to Jack Brooksbank but it seems Sarah Ferguson is not done congratulating the couple yet.
The Duchess of York has written her youngest daughter and fiancé a very gushing letter following their wedding announcement a week ago.
It seems that the mother-of-two is keen to share her pride with the world having her words published in celebrity magazine Hello!.
Sarah Ferguson has written a gushing congratulations letter to Princess Eugenie and fiancé Jack Brooksbank following the announcement of their engagement a week ago
In the note the former wife of Prince Andrew applauded the couple’s kindness and revealed she has a rather special nickname for her soon-to-be son in-law.
Published in this week’s Hello! she writes: ‘Dearest Eugenie and Jack The Man, when you walk into a room, you bring smiles to the faces of all who meet you.
‘Thank you for always making my day brighter and the laughter and happiness you bring to Papa, Beatrice and myself.
‘The York Family embraces the magic of Jack totally.’
Fergie, as she is affectionately known, finishes the letter signing off with ‘Mumsie and Sarahs’.
Fergie, as she is affectionately known, thanked the couple for ‘brightening’ her days, following a series of heartfelt posts shared on Twitter last week (pictured)
The 58-year-old shared a series of bizarre posts on her Twitter and Instagram accounts following the announcement last week
This is the latest tribute paid by the 58-year-old who heralded the official announcement with three bizarre postings on social media.
The messages from the duchess featured photographs of the couple accompanied by captions in which she described Jack Brooksbank, as her ‘son, brother and best friend’ and a ‘solid rock’.
Fergie’s first tweet in the morning was accompanied by two smiley emojis.
It read: ‘a total embrace of goodness AND JOY, we love jack and I AM SO EXCITED to have a son, a brother and a best friend, eugenie is one of the finest people I know and so together it will BE PURE HARMONY’ #total joy #engagement @TheDukeOfYork.’
Meanwhile Eugenie’s father Prince Andrew, stated that he was ‘overjoyed’ by the news
A second, showing the couple in a speedboat on holiday, read: ‘They float with laughter and love… although a boat helps! #engagement #eugieandjack.’
In the third, accompanied by two balloon emojis, Fergie wrote: ‘I always say that the river flows well to it’s [sic] destiny because of the guidance of a solid rock.’
In the evening, the duchess posted another picture of the pair with the words: ‘They make laughter and we feel the joy. Thank you for the magic, Jack and Eugie, so proud of you’, followed by an image of the pair larking around in a garden.
Meanwhile Eugenie’s father Prince Andrew, stated that he was ‘overjoyed’ by the news.
Last Monday he said: ‘I am absolutely overjoyed, I’m thrilled.
‘Jack is an absolutely outstanding young man and Eugenie and he have got to know each over a number of years, and I’m really thrilled for them.’
He added: ‘I can’t speak for the duchess but we… and for [Eugenie’s sister] Beatrice … we are overjoyed today that Eugenie and Jack have got engaged.’