Sarah Ferguson Thinks THE QUEEN’S GHOST Is Haunting Her Corgis

March 2, 2023 / Posted by:

Original Fergie, aka Sarah Ferguson, aka Prince Andrew’s live-in ex-wife, has a historical fiction book to sell. So she’s “opening up about her beloved former mother-in-law”, THE QUEEN, and the two royal corgis, Sandy and Muick, in an interview with People. When THE QUEEN died back in September, the dogs were put in the care of Andrew and Fergz. After they said their official goodbyes at their dearly departed mum’s funeral procession, their furry little tushies were scooped up and taken to live at the Royal Lodge in Windsor. There they shall remain until they join THE QUEEN in the afterlife or until Andrew has to give up the house cuz he can’t afford it. My money’s on the second one. But don’t worry about the little poochies. Where corgis go, so goes their guardian angel: THE QUEEN’S ghost!

Fergie tells People that she believes the corgis are interacting with the spirit of THE QUEEN. Hey, if the old broad decides to visit anyone on this earthly plane, it’s gonna be her dogs (or the horses). Fergie says:

“They are national icons, so every time they run chasing a squirrel, I panic,” the Duchess shares. “But they’re total joys, and I always think that when they bark at nothing, and there’s no squirrels in sight, I believe it’s because the Queen is passing by.”

She adds, “They’re with me a lot, and they think I’m very funny.”

Two questions: how the hell can you tell if a dog thinks you’re funny? And are the corgis actually barking at THE QUEEN’S ghost, or are they merely reacting to a terrible disturbance on the grounds of the Royal Lodge, a la animals sensing earthquakes? “Ruff, ruff! A dangerous pervert lives here! Ruff, ruff!” Fergie also told People how great THE QUEEN was, referring to the late monarch as her “total idol”:
“She put you at ease straightaway . . . because it’s terrifying, you know? I used to sit there for hours thinking, ‘Oh my gosh, this is somebody’s lifetime to have an audience with the Queen, and I’m sitting having a cup of tea,’ ” recalls the Duchess, 63.
“She was so brilliant at putting you at ease. She had the most incredible faith of any single person I’ve ever met,” Ferguson continues. “She just knew what to do. She knew how to make people feel good. She never took it onboard as about her. It’s about the monarchy, about making someone feel good. She was my total idol.”
Here’s Fergie posing with the corgis:

The choice to continue kissing THE QUEEN’S ass nearly six months after her death is an odd one. You already got the inheritance, Fergie. It’s over. Use those poor, puckered lips to give the corgis kisses!

Pic: PA Images/

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