Fergie Is 'Very Much That B----': Sarah Ferguson Praised for Shutting Down Broadcaster Grilling Her on Prince Andrew and King Charles' Feud

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Sarah Ferguson 'got into it' with TV host Martin Lewis.

Jun. 6 2024, Published 7:03 p.m. ET

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Sarah, Duchess of York, got stern with Good Morning Britain host Martin Lewis when he kept asking the ex-royal about the King Charles and Prince Andrew feud over Royal Lodge.

"I tend not to get involved in brothers' discussions and I think that's the safest place to be," Ferguson pointedly told the broadcaster when asked about the rift. "Let the brothers discuss it between themselves."

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Fergie at the 2024 Cannes Film Festival.

"Bit of a damper... obviously, you live with Prince Andrew in Royal Lodge," Lewis began. "Do we know what's going on with that?"

"It's not a Debbie Downer [...] I'm a guest, for a start," Fergie replied. "I'm a very lucky guest and a very comfortable guest."

The ex-HRH was praised by one commenter on X who exclaimed: "Fergie is very much that b----! Passive she is not. He got what he deserved trying to sneak that in."

The snappy exchange comes amid recent revelations in the ongoing rift over the opulent property, not far from Windsor Castle. The feud is said to have started shortly after Charles III acceded to the throne in September 2022 before cooling off in late 2023.

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Sarah, Duchess of York has battled cancer since the spring of 2023.

The Duke of York is possibly set to be removed from the Royal Lodge as the King reignites his efforts to kick the disgraced royal from the mansion. The monarch has reportedly "been stunned" by his younger brother's "refusal" to leave and rejection of his royal commands.

"It's Brothers at War, to be honest," royal expert Stephanie Takyi shared. "Charles and Andrew haven't had the closest of relationships. According to the papers today, Charles is trying to evict Andrew from the Royal Lodge, where he's lived since 2004, and he's trying to get him to move into Frogmore Cottage, where Harry and Meghan previously were."

Andrew was given the "jewel of the royal residential portfolio" by his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, in 2004, two years after its previous occupant, Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, passed away. At that time, the Duke of York was a senior, working royal in his mother's court, and represented the U.K. abroad as a Special Representative for International Trade and Investment, a role he was given by the Tony Blair government in 2001.

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King Charles III and the Duke of York are reportedly 'feuding' over Prince Andrew's Royal Lodge.

The prince, 64, fell from grace in 2019 when Virginia Giuffre stepped forward to tell the world about her alleged experiences as a victim of s----- abuse by the Duke when she was 17 at a Jeffrey Epstein property. A "disastrous" Newsnight interviewthat November led Elizabeth II to banish her rumored favorite child from public life, and later strip him of his military honors. He is also not allowed to use his HRH style in public, and Charles III has not altered his mother's decisions.

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Prince Andrew was removed from royal life in 2019 by Queen Elizabeth II due to his past associations with deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

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Daily Mirror reported on Fergie's talk show appearance.

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