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Fergie talks 'partying and tequila' as she opens up on close bond with son-in-laws

It's no secret that Sarah Ferguson is all about her family, even going as far as to describe her "chief role" as being a mum. But not many will be aware of her close bond with her son-in-laws Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and Jack Brooksbank.The Duchess of York, fondly referred to as Fergie by most, is mum to two daughters Princess Beatrice, 33, and Princess Eugenie, who she shares with the Queen's son, Prince Andrew, 62. Sarah, who recently described Andrew as a "wonderful father and good grandfather", has often spoken highly of her children and has approved of their choice of partners as Princess Eugenie married bar manager and brand ambassador for Casamigos tequila, Jack, 36, back in 2018, and shares son August, one, with him.

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