Princess Beatrice and Sarah Ferguson were all set for a night out following a glamorous makeover by a high-profile makeup artist believed to be in New York this week. The Duchess of York and her eldest daughter received their makeovers from Clarissa Aluna, who is based in the Big Apple. They then posed for a series of stunning photographs. Both the mother-daughter duo were dressed to impress, with Beatrice donning a formfitting Navy dress by designer The Vampire’s Wife, which is valued at $3,000.
This glamorous evening followed a recent sighting of Beatrice, who was dressed for the cooler weather, sporting a chic trench coat over her gown as she enjoyed a night out in New York. During her outing, the royal appeared to be in high spirits. These moments came just days after her mother, Sarah Ferguson, affectionately referred to Beatrice and her sister, Eugenie, as her soulmates. The Duchess of York expressed her gratitude for their unwavering support, especially in light of her recent cancer diagnosis.

Despite rumors that Meghan Markle frequently suggests a close friendship with Beatrice and Eugenie, there’s no evidence to suggest that Beatrice has reconnected with her cousins in the United States. In fact, Beatrice has never contacted Meghan and Harry, as rumored. A source revealed that Meghan Markle seems to have taken an independent path, and her next move is anyone’s guess. Collaborating with Prince Andrew’s wife could certainly stir up some attention.

The rumor of a collaboration between Meghan and Fergy stems from Meghan’s representatives hinting at a joint project. They could also bond over their shared sentiments about how the royal family treated them after their respective marriages into the fold. However, it’s important to note that Sarah Ferguson doesn’t match Meghan’s description, as she has never publicly insulted the royal family like Meghan has.

Meghan’s interest in collaborating with Sarah may be rooted in Sarah’s extensive network of connections with influential figures, including billionaires, in both the UK and the US. Nevertheless, it remains doubtful that Sarah will play a significant role in Meghan’s plans.

Sarah Ferguson is known for having authored over a dozen children’s books spanning from the early ’90s to the present day. Some of her most popular works include “Tea for Ruby,” the “Little Red” series, and “The Helping Hands” series. Given her background, Meghan might be approaching Sarah to help her find a publisher for her forthcoming memoir, especially in light of the skepticism surrounding a potential book co-authored by Meghan and Harry following their recent controversy.

In other news, it was reported that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have not received invitations to King Charles’s 75th birthday celebration at Clarence House later this month. A spokesperson for the Sussexes confirmed this absence of an invitation. Former BBC Royal correspondent Jenny Bond commented on the situation, expressing concern that their presence, if uninvited, could make the celebration awkward. She emphasized the need for reconciliation and healing before the royal family can genuinely unite in celebration. The divide between the estranged Harry and Meghan and the rest of the royal family still lingers, casting a shadow over potential family gatherings.