Sarah Ferguson, known as Fergie, entered the royal circle in 1986 when she married the Queen's second son, Prince Andrew. The couple has two children, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice, but after five years of marriage, their relationship began to fall apart. The Duke and Duchess of York announced their separation on March 19, 1992.

After the separation, the palace announced that the Duchess would no longer carry out public procurement on behalf of the Queen.

In addition, the Queen announced in a statement that she would take no responsibility for Sarah's debt.

In August 1992, the Duchess's photographs were published in the Daily Mirror, basking with John Bryan, an American financial manager, topless.

Prince Andrew and Fergie completed their divorce in 1996.

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However, she was not invited to the evening reception at Frogmore House, hosted by Prince Charles, and was reportedly "deeply upset" by her expulsion.

The Daily Mail reported that the Duchess had complained about "anyone who would listen."

A source reported the publication: "The number of participants is limited to the evening party.

"She is no longer a member of the royal family and Prince Charles just does not have time for her.

"He simply can not understand why she is still such a big part of his brother's life."