Sarah Ferguson Calls Herself A "Granny" For The First Time In New Video
On Wednesday, Sarah Ferguson talked about becoming a grandma in her latest YouTube story time video! The Duchess of York called herself a "granny," putting on some fun accessories to read a book about preparing for a new baby. Watch it here!
Sarah Ferguson used her latest YouTube video as an opportunity to share her excitement about some recent family news! As Hello! shares, the Duchess of York uploaded a new video for her "Story Time With Fergie & Friends" series on Wednesday where she acknowledged the newest member of her family— her grandchild!
Ferguson dresses up to talk about being a "granny"
Ferguson began her newest video with a special announcement, declaring her brand-new title to her viewers! "And yes, very exciting times, I am a granny!" she exclaimed in the video. "Whoo! Am I a granny?" Earlier this month, her daughter Princess Eugenie gave birth to a baby boy, her first child with husband Jack Brooksbank.
The Duchess of York also decided to have some fun with her new role, playing a bit of dress-up in a grey bun wig and a pair of big, round glasses! "I put my granny hat on and my reading granny glasses on, and I found them at last," she explained before she began the story.
Ferguson chooses book about welcoming a new baby
Ferguson selected Hannah Davison, Marco Palmieri, and Flicka Williams' book Baby on the Way for her story time. It was a fitting selection, seeing as the story is about a little boy who learns he's going to have a baby brother! "Oh, look and there's 12 helpful hints for grownups on the new baby," she noted. "Oh, I think I better take a read of that! Don't you?"
As Hello! mentions, while Ferguson also posted a "Story Time With Fergie & Friends" video on the day her grandson was born, the video she shared on Wednesday marks the first time she's referenced his birth! And while Ferguson has written books for children before, she recently announced she's releasing her debut novel later this year, titled Her Heart for a Compass!