SARAH Ferguson has given royal fans a rare glimpse into her home as she goes about her daily chores.
The Duchess of York's assistant Antonia Marshall shared a bizarre photo of Sarah mopping the floors on her Instagram account.
Armed with a mop, Fergie in the kitchen of her home of the Royal Lodge in Windsor that she shares with ex-husband Prince Andrew.
In a second snap the royal mum can be seen mopping the floors, even putting out wet floor signs, while the thirds sees her washing up.
A bowl of leftover Easter eggs can be seen in the background while a still life oil painting hangs on the wall.
Captioning her post, Antonia wrote: "It's chore time!"
It came just a few hours after Sarah, 60, launched her virtual storytime for children.
The Duchess has set up her own YouTube channel so where children can tune in for “storytime with Fergie” every day at 4pm.
Make-up free Fergie can be seenin the conservatory of her home surrounded by toys and a very fancy Alice in Wonderland teapot which she was keen to share with viewers.
As well as a stuffed unicorn and a teddy bear, the royal mum is also joined by two of her famous ragdolls Little Red.
Little Red is the star character in the book series of the same name written by author Sarah.
Introducing her series, Sarah says: “Hello everybody, it’s very exciting because I am in my favourite place ever ever ever and that’s with children and thinking of all the children out there that just need a little bit of magic and you’re not alone.
“And so everyday I’m going to do storytime with Fergie and friends, not just Fergie it’s going to be very exciting.
“Don’t worry, they’re not very long books. Let’s get a bit of magic going here shall we.”
For her first reading Fergie chooses Hairy Maclary by Lynley Dodd, where she gives an animated performance on screen, accompanied by a tangerine snack.
The Duchess will be reading to children everyday at 4pm on her YouTube channel.
In other royal news, we told you how Sarah Ferguson landed a new children's book deal in the wake of Prince Andrew's Epstein scandal.
And Sarah was "touched to the core" by the Queen's coronavirus speech.
Plus Fergie hit out at trolls who drove Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle apart.
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