February 2008
Australian Women's Weekly;Feb2008, Vol. 78 Issue 2, p18
An interview with Sarah, Duchess of York, is presented. She moved to the U.S. because she did not want to receive a divorce settlement after her divorce from Prince Andrew and started a health, wellness, and lifestyle company called Hartmoor. She says that Her Majesty does not feel that she let the Royal Family down after the divorce and went on to say that there is no finer lady than the Queen of Great Britain. She feels honored that she got voted as the 2007 Mother of the Year by the American Cancer Society.


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