Sarah Ferguson showed her devotion to her children this week as she joined a host of famous faces for a yacht party in Cannes. The former wife of Prince Andrew stepped out proudly carrying a tote bag emblazoned with a childhood photo of her two daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.
Sarah, 55, was photographed holding the bag as she exited a chauffeur-driven car to attend a party alongside the likes of Paris Hilton and Lewis Hamilton. The photo shows the two princesses as little girls, looking adorable sat side by side in similar outfits and wearing matching bonnets.
Sarah Ferguson was pictured in Cannes carrying a bag emblazoned with a photo of her daughters
It’s not the first time that the Duchess has expressed her love through her wardrobe. In January, she was pictured leaving The Today Show in New York carrying a bespoke Anya Hindmarch bag featuring a black and white snapshot of her girls, 26-year-old Beatrice, and Eugenie, 25. She was photographed with the same tote back in 2011.
Sarah’s public display is perhaps a sign that she is missing her daughters. Princess Beatrice is currently soaking up the sunshine in Barbados with her boyfriend Dave Clark, while her younger sister Eugenie is hard at work in New York, where she is employed by online auction house Paddle8.
Mother and daughters could all soon be reunited, however. Beatrice is reportedly planning on leaving the UK and following Sarah and Eugenie to the United States. The Princess is said to be considering relocating across the Atlantic after quitting her £20,000 a year role as a paid intern at Sony Entertainment Pictures in December.
The proud mum carried a different personalised tote back in January
Beatrice recently completed a finance course at a university in San Francisco and is said to be keen to build on her time working with the London investment firm Cabot Square Capital, where she spent a year working in 2012.
A close friend of the royal last month told the Mail on Sunday: "She has had a number of interviews for a similar role in finance in New York to the one she had before. She is open-minded about where she works and is looking to potentially move overseas."