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TV stars red-faced as host talks Fergie 'toe sucking' during funeral broadcast

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The Queen's funeral.Journalist Dickie Arbiter did the voice over for the funeral and when Sarah Ferguson, The Duchess of York arrived for the state funeral he mentioned how the Royals had never forgiven her for the scandalous snaps, which appeared to show her having her toes sucked in 1992.Dickie said: "It is interesting, he never forgave her, he never forgave her for the pictures that appeared in the newspaper when she was in the south of France with her so-called financial adviser having her toes sucked."READ MORE: Queen reunited with 'beloved' Prince Philip after his death 'took heavy toll on heart'After the comment the presenters appeared flustered and Allison said: "'I wasn't going to say it, I didn't think you would go there."Her co-presenter Karl said: "At least he said it.

We can't be accused of not saying it," before quickly changing the subject.The pictures ,that were released in 1992, showed Fergie lying on a sunbed topless as her financial advisor John Bryan appeared to suck her toes.It caused a huge scandal for the royal family as the pictures emerged when she was still married to, but separated from, Prince Andrew.Reports say that Prince Philip was particularly enraged, with many experts claiming he never truly forgave her.In 2021 Camilla Tominey from The Telegraph spoke on This Morning, saying: "The Queen has always given Sarah her time, and invited her to Balmoral with the girls every year because she thinks that Sarah has done a very good job of bringing them up."Prince Philip has never really forgiven Fergie for some of the unfortunate headlines of the past."She added: "It used to be the case that when the Queen invited Fergie and the girls up to Balmoral, he would disappear and go to the Isle of Wight.

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