Fergie is told Queen’s corgis are ‘feeling grief’ and is given warning by pet psychic
Sarah Ferguson was told that the late Queen’s corgis, who are now living with her and Prince Andrew, are "feeling grief" after the late monarch's death.
The Duchess of York, 63, appeared on Thursday's episode of This Morning, to chat to hosts Holly Willoughby and Joel Dommett, who's stepping in for Phillip Schofield, about her new book.
She also spoke to resident animal communicator Beth Lee-Crowther while on the show about the late Queen's corgis called Sandy and Muick, who she now takes care of.
The pet psychic said: "Muick and Sandy have adapted really well to being with you, Sarah. But I feel that one of them in particular is really linked to you and keeps following you around and looking for reassurance all the time.
"I do believe that they are feeling grief, but you're handling it really well."
However, she continued to say that perhaps the corgis' current diet is causing some trouble and digestive problems.
Beth continued to say: "But one of them shows me that their diet is off. That they feel like, to me, is a bit bloated, so it might be good to look at perhaps a different food."
After the Queen's death in September last year, one of the most common questions was what would happen to her beloved corgis, which had become a well-known part of her legacy.
In the end, it was revealed that the dogs would be moving in with Prince Andrew and ex-wife Fergie. Andrew and his daughter Princess Beatrice had gifted the late monarch one of the dogs during lockdown, after the death of Prince Philip.
On This Morning, Holly and Joel also talked with the Duchess of York about her latest novel, A Most Intriguing Lady.
In the insightful interview, Sarah even revealed that her novel had been picked up by studio executives and was soon going to be heading for the small screen as a TV series.
Fergie's appearance on This Morning comes as it was announced that co-host Phillip Schofield won't return to our screens for several weeks.
The star has been missing from the daytime show since Monday and it has now been confirmed he will not be returning next week after the co-hosts' usual Friday break.
Instead, the show will be presented by Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary who usually present the show on Fridays, as Phil and Holly take their scheduled Easter break.
So far this week, Alison stepped in to present for Phil on Monday and Tuesday’s instalments of the show, before The Masked Singer host Joel took over the reins on Wednesday and Thursday.
During an ad-break on Thursday’s programme, Alison and Dermot revealed to fans that they would be presenting the show for the next two weeks as Holly and Phil took some time off to enjoy the Easter break.
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