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Sarah Ferguson makes fans green with envy with beautiful garden feature

Sarah shared another look inside the garden at Royal Lodge Windsor

Chloe Best

Sarah Ferguson has shared a look at another area of the garden at Royal Lodge Windsor, and her fans are all obsessed with one feature – her beautiful hydrangea! The 60-year-old posed behind her huge blue hydrangea to promote the latest of her "Storytime with Fergie and Friends" series on Sunday.

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"Today at 4pm on @storytimewithfergieandfriends I am going to be reading The Little Mermaid by @campbell_books and my guest friend is @ngk.author," Sarah captioned the photo, which showed her wearing a flower crown and waving from behind her plants.

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The hydrangea was the talking point among Sarah's followers, with one commenting: "What beautiful flowers, Ma'am." A second agreed: "Your hydrangea is beautiful." A third wrote: "I love your hydrangea!"

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Sarah Ferguson showed off her beautiful hydrangea

Meanwhile, another requested: "How beautiful! I would love to see all of your garden!"

Sarah has given several glimpses at the sprawling gardens of Royal Lodge Windsor over the past few months, including an area where she has two benches positioned in a relaxing spot underneath some trees, where a wooden swing from Princess Eugenie's childhood that is engraved with her name still hangs.

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Princess Beatrice's wedding reception was held in the garden at Royal Lodge

The garden is also where Sarah and her ex-husband Prince Andrew hosted an intimate wedding reception for Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi following their surprise royal wedding in July.

According to The Sun, the celebration was held outside to comply with social distancing rules, and it featured a marquee named 'The Duke of York' which was filled with sofas, a jukebox, draft beer and a dartboard. They also offered guests speciality cocktails and bespoke catering.

Guests stayed until the early hours of the morning and conveniently slept in glamping pods that had been set up on the grounds, and judging by the photos shared by Sarah, it is the most idyllic setting for a wedding reception!

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