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She used to be a princess, a spokesperson for Weight Watchers and even a TV personality - Sarah, Duchess of York can count herself lucky for having some of the most interesting jobs under her belt.
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Born in 1959 to an aristocratic family, she once described her upbringing as "country gentry with a bit of old money".
However, Sarah Ferguson, or Fergie as she is commonly known, is most well known for her marriage to Prince Andrew, son of Queen Elizabeth II in July 1986.
The Queen dubbed Prince Andrew with the title of Duke of York and Ferguson immediately become known as the Duchess of York.
Andrew and Ferguson were married for ten years before they divorced in 1996. The pair have two children together, Beatrice and Eugenie.
After the divorce, Sarah continued her life in the public domain and soon become the face of many well known brands including Wedgewood China, Weight Watchers and Avon.
Sarah has also been a well known advocate for a number of charities including Children in Crisis, the American Cancer Society and Ronald McDonald House.
Today, the Duchess of York is working with the Oslo Freedom Forum and will be a speaker at the event which highlights individuals with first-hand experience in the fight for human rights.