Earlier this week the Duchess of Sussex's estranged sister Samantha Markle revealed that she plans to overshadow the birth of Prince Harry and Meghan's first child with a tell-all book.
Speaking about all the accomplishments William and Harry have made, Fergie said: "Even before they got married, Diana would have been just literally going, 'I can't believe these boys have done so well.' They are such a credit to her. Incredible".
According to Vanity Fair, sources close to the royals say that the mum-to-be deliberately wore a floaty dress to ensure her pregnancy didn't take away from the work she was doing to help the Hub Community Kitchen, which supports those affected by the Grenfell fire.
When asked if she misses Diana, Fergie answered: "I miss her". Fergie reflected on the message that the late princess might have for her daughters-in-law. And I started feeling things that I've never felt before. And it was it was only three years ago, amusing enough, from the support around, and my brother and other people saying, 'You really need to deal with this. Remember someone who opens the auto door for you.
Thanksgiving parade balloons face possible grounding over wind forecast
TV PERSONALITIES & NEWS ANCHORS: CBS' Thanksgiving Day Parade coverage will be led by anchors Kevin Frazier and Keltie Knight. Bystanders refused to let cold temperatures put a damper on watching the parade, breaking out the blankets and sleeping bags.
Meghan, who incorporated American touches throughout her royal wedding service in May, will likely find a way to celebrate one of her most-loved holidays this year with Harry - she can't let her proven turkey skills go to waste, after all.
"This is what I grew up seeing, so that is what I grew up being: a young adult with a social consciousness to do what I could, and to, at the very least, speak up when I knew something was wrong".
Ferguson said she hadn't realised that the hat she chose for Eugenie's wedd-ing was being compared with the quidditch golden snitch from the Harry Potter movies.
Between the This Can Happen conference and Heads Together initiative - which aims to change the broader conversation on Mental Health through tackling stigma and providing resources to do so, it's great to see the Royal family using their public platforms and past experiences to continue the much needed conversation on mental health.