Before the royal wedding with her ex-husband Prince Andrew (63) in 1986, Sarah Ferguson (63) apparently had an unforgettable bachelorette party – with her friend Princess Diana (1961-1997) at her side. On the show by US star Kelly Clarkson (40), "Fergie" now spoke about the wild bash in which she and Diana were also arrested in front of a nightclub. What happened?
The two disguised themselves as police officers. In the club, a waiter then approached her and said: "Sorry, this is a club for fun. We don't serve police officers here." Clarkson then asked again: "You thought you were real police officers?" Ferguson replied, "Yes!"
However, as they exited the club in their costumes, Diana broke out of her cop role when she saw another woman wearing a dress she also owned. "She's wearing my dress," she is said to have called out loudly at the time as "Fergie." "It was really funny and then we got arrested," Ferguson added, "for pretending to be police officers."
"I missed that story, didn't I?" Clarkson then asked in astonishment. Fergie said they both had to sit in the back seat of a van, where Diana found and ate a portion of chips, she recalled. The policeman in the front seat then scolded: "You can't do that!" Only then did he realize that he had the two royal women in the back seat.
Ferguson also shared how much she misses Diana, who died in a car accident in 1997. Diana was with her "all day". "You and I, we laughed so much. We got into trouble a lot."