Sarah Ferguson, The Duchess of York, will launch her memoir, “Finding Sarah”, at the Princeton Barnes & Noble.
She will sign books at the Princeton location on the date of the book release, Monday, June 27.
The event will begin at at 7 p.m., but line passes will be distributed starting at 9 a.m. at the mall checkout area at MarketFair on U.S. 1 south. The purchase of at least one copy of “Finding Sarah” with receipt a from either Barnes & Noble or www.bn.com is required to receive a line pass for the signing line.
Ferguson, the author of the Little Red series of children’s books, is a a spokesperson for several charitable organizations, including Changes for Children. She was married to Queen Elizabeth II’s second son, Prince Andrew, Duke of York, from 1986 to 1996.
Often referred to as “Fergie”, her marriage to Prince Andrew was full of turmoil, and she was often ridiculed by the British tabloids for her weight gain. More recently she has been in the press for her money troubles. In her memoir, she discusses such deeply personal problems and her very OPRAH-like encounters with people like Dr. Phil, Martha Beck and finance guru Suzie Orman, who she says have all helped her try to build a better life and have a better self-image.