Standing on a swing engraved with ‘Euge & Jack’, Fergie can be seen wearing a Dolce & Gabbana jacket costing $1,788 (£1,300) and a Just Cavalli dress priced at $378 (£273). The Duchess is also seen styling an Emily-London matador hat which is priced at $615 (£444), and she has adorned herself with Elizabeth Gage rings which have a starting price of $10,150 (£7,344). Fergie’s dashing red hair is glistening in the sunlight as she stands upright on the swing engraved with her daughter and son-in-law’s names.
One look has Fergie sporting an Alexander McQueen bustier priced at $1,212 (£876) in a raunchy looking outfit.
She also appears wearing a fuchsia-coloured pink dress from Aliette, which is lavishly priced at $4,995 (£3,614).
The journalist for Town and Country Magazine, Andrew Goldman says: “Ferguson looks fantastic.
“She’s notably svelte, smartly turned out, her red hair freshly styled—perhaps a reaction to the decades of scrutiny she has experienced as a British tabloid fixture.”
Fergie recently became a grandmother earlier this year when Princess Eugenie gave birth to baby August in February.
Princess Beatrice also recently announced she is expecting a new royal baby after she tied the knot in 2020 with Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.
“It’s a very good moment, because I’m free,” Fergie said in the interview.
“She’s still with me, that person who thinks she’s fat, ugly, and disgusting, and she still has to have her hair done to talk to you, but she’s now not so vocal.
“The truth is, I am 61 years old and I’m free of the self-sabotaging Sarah.”
Fergie was famously a target of the tabloids in the 1980s and 90s when she was referred to as the ‘Duchess of Pork’ and was constantly compared to Princess Diana.
“It was always that Diana was portrayed as the saint and I was portrayed as the sinner,” she said.
“Bad Fergie sold an awful lot of papers.”
This extravagant photoshoot has aimed to display the Duchess of York in a new light.
Fergie most certainly comes across like she is beginning a new era as no longer a banished or exiled member of the Royal Family.
She was famously denied an invitation to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding in 2011 as she had been stripped of ‘Her Royal Highness’ title after her divorce from Prince Andrew in 1996.
But amends appeared to have been made when Fergie was invited to Meghan and Harry’s wedding in 2018 and was welcomed to large cheers from the crowds outside St George’s Chapel in Windsor.
The Duchess is about to release her first romance novel, ‘Her Heart for a Compass’, which has been described as a novel of the Victorian era by book critics.
Speaking on Princess Diana, Fergie said: “I believe that Diana would be so proud of her boys…and she’d be so proud of her grandchildren.”