Sarah Ferguson's handwriting revealed vital information about her needs. According to a handwriting expert, the Duchess of York needs something to deal with. Ferguson wants to be involved in something she cares about. "Sarah needs an emotional high and something to get used to," said graphology expert Tracey Russell (via Express). "She enjoys being busy with many interests and getting involved in everything." According to the expert, Ferguson is still plunging into some things, but she has calmed down in the last decades after her breakup with Prince Andrew. In addition, the Duchess remains so warm and compassionate. "She still often runs around like a dizzy chicken that gets distracted and wishes there were more hours a day," Trussell continued. "She is still a wonderfully warm, compassionate, optimistic society butterfly, spirited and stimulating, a human being, but she is calmer and much more comfortable in her skin." If Ferguson wanted to be busy, she could help prepare her daughter's wedding. Her youngest daughter, Prince Andrew, Princess Eugenie, is scheduled to walk down the hall in October. Former royal butler Grant Harrold believes that Ferguson will indeed do so. He is convinced that the Duchess will be involved in the royal wedding of Princess Eugenie and, like other mothers, will help the next royal bride in wedding planning and preparation. "I'm sure that Sarah Duchess of York will be like all the mothers of the bride. She helps her daughter on all aspects of the wedding, especially when it comes to choosing the bridal gown," Harrold Express said. "This is an important time for any bride, and I have no doubt that Princess Eugenie will receive guidance from her mother when planning this special day," the expert continued. Ferguson and Prince Andrew are scheduled to sit together during the ceremony if Princess Eugenie wants to. Give their older sister, Princess Beatrice, an important role during the event, according to James Brookes. Otherwise, Princess Beatrice could sit between her parents. Princess Eugenie and her fiancée, Jack Brooksbank, will be exchanging "I do's" on October 12 at the St. George's Chapel in Windsor. Sarah Ferguson's handwriting reveals her needs for something to deal with. Pictured: Ferguson arrives at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle before the wedding of Prince Harry with Meghan Markle on May 19, 2018 in Windsor, England. Photo: Getty Images / Gareth Fuller


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