Sarah Ferguson believes that if her good friend Princess Diana were still alive, she wouldn't play favorites when it came to sons Prince William and Prince Harry.
The author was dishing to The Sun about her new book when she touched on her relationship with the late Princess of Wales, revealing that just like herself, Diana would never judge a family member and would have no issue visiting William in the U.K. and Harry in America.
"I think first and foremost she’d be hugging her grandchildren and so proud of both her sons and their wives," she noted when asked where Diana would be today. "She’d be traveling between Santa Barbara and Kensington Palace."
The Duchess of York also believes that Diana would "be championing her causes when it came to children’s charities."
"If she can be such an iconic and inspirational figure having passed away so dreadfully young, imagine what more she could have achieved had she lived," she added.
Unlike other members of the royal family, Ferguson has only had kind words to say about Harry and Meghan.
"I personally would never be able to judge another, so I just am not like that. I wish Harry and Meghan so much happiness, and I know that Diana would be so proud of her sons and their wives," she insisted. "I believe that everybody has a right to their own voice and there should be no judgment on race, creed, color or any other denomination."
Prince Andrew's ex has also touched on her own special relationship with Diana, as the media tried to pin them against each other.
"Diana and I both had our own mental health issues, and she and I used to talk," she explained. "She said, 'Fergie, remember one thing: When you're at the top of the pedestal, it's so easy to fall off. And you're at the bottom. You just climb up.' We were positioned as saint and sinner. And the most important thing was to remain robust together, and we did, no matter what anyone wrote."