Sarah Ferguson posts a make-up free snap before giving a VERY animated reading of a children’s book with the help of a toy unicorn
- Sarah Ferguson, 60, has shared a series of videos to her Instagram page
- Duchess of York posted clip of her reading Tutti Frutti Rainbow by Michael Bond
- Also shared video reading book for children about understanding pandemic
- Another clip showed Richard Branson’s son Sam playing guitar and reading
Sarah Ferguson shared a make-up free snap to Instagram – before giving an animated reading of a children’s story with the help of a toy unicorn.
Wearing a blue and turquoise check shirt, the Duchess of York, 60, who is isolating at the Royal Lodge in Windsor alongside ex-husband Prince Andrew, played with a rainbow-coloured unicorn as she gave an enthusiastic reading of Paddington and the Tutti Frutti Rainbow by Michael Bond.
The royal then shared a second video which showed Richard Branson’s son Sam playing guitar and reading a poem.
In a third clip shared to her social media page, the mother of Princess Beatrice and Eugenie posted a series of nature images interspersed with selfies to celebrate US Mother’s Day.
Sarah Ferguson, 60, shared a make-up free snap to her Instagram, before posting a video of herself reading a children’s story to her YouTube page
The Duchess of York, 60, read Paddington and the Tutti Frutti Rainbow by Michael Bond, before sharing another video of Richard Branson’s son Sam playing guitar and reading a poem
In the video, the royal begins by showing off her toy unicorn and saying: ‘So today, I have Unicorn because guess what, he’s very special, because he’s got his tutti frutti rainbow and he decided he wanted to wear his tutu.
‘So Unicorn and I are going to read Paddington and the Tutti Frutti Rainbow by Michael Bond. Are you sitting comfortably. Are you listening?’
In another clip, Fergie shared a video of Sam Branson reading I Am Human: A Book of Empathy by Susan Verde, while playing guitar.
The royal is sharing the videos to her new Youtube channel ‘Storytime with Fergie and Friends’ daily to encourage little ones to read while in lockdown.
In another clip posted today, Fergie read ‘What’s Going On by Donna Claire’ as she can be seen sitting in the garden of the Royal Lodge
And despite being at home amid the coronavirus pandemic, she has had no shortage of famous faces joining her, with Michael Whitehall recently reading a story in a video shared to the page.
In another clip posted today, Fergie read: ‘ What’s Going On by Donna Claire.’
She begins the clip by saying: ‘Hi boys and girls. It’s quite interesting because so many people have said to me how to you explain to children what’s going on.
‘So somebody sent me this extraordinary little book actually, and it’s called “What’s going on? Asked Belinda Fitzjohn’
The short book tells the tale of a young child as she navigates a new ‘normal’ while the Covid-19 pandemic disrupts her daily life.
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