Sarah Ferguson is having an exciting year as she looks forward to the first wedding of one of her children.
Princess Eugenie, 28, will tie the knot with fiance Jack Brooksbank, 32, later this year in October.
And now the Duchess of York, who was once married to the Queen’s middle son Prince Andrew, also 58, has announced more exciting news.
The passionate advocate has announced her charity is merging.
Sarah has revealed hopes to help 10,000 young people in Janakpur, Nepal.
She wrote on Twitter this afternoon: “We have solutions and will be able to educate and help 10,000 children of the 25,000 all living in this poverty.
“I am merging my foundation @ChildrenCrisis with @streetchilduk. So onwards and upwards @streetchilduk @TomDannatt #streetchild #childrenincrisis #nepal #janakpur”
The Duchess included a link to Street Child CEO and founder Tom Dannatt in her message.
Children in Crisis was set up in 1993 and focuses on the well-being of children in various locations including the Congo and Afghanistan.
Sarah founded the charity and is Life President of the organisation.
Sarah is also a patron of the Teenage Cancer Trust.
What is more, she was founding supporter of the American Cancer Society’s Great American Weigh In.
This aimed to raise awareness of the link between cancer and obesity.
Sarah has also established The Sarah Ferguson Foundation, through which she supports several British charities.
These inclue Mental Disability Rights International and the African-Caribbean Leukaemia Trust.
Sarah Ferguson was seen drinking wine with Princess Beatrice on a sunny holiday in the South of France.
The Duchess wore a white sun dress with sheer details and a button down front.
She added some bohemian jewellery, a long green beaded necklace and a gold medallion.
A recent trip of Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew’s to Royal Ascot spurned on speculation by some that the couple could reconcile.
Many Twitter fans certainly hope this will happen.
One wrote: “WHY did this two divorce anyway?! Too much interference perhaps?! They seem to me like a screw & bolt …a match made in heaven!!”