Sarah Ferguson was only seen after the death of Elizabeth II at her funeral on September 19, 2022. Gala returns to the personal assistant of the former Duchess of York who was a killer.
Sarah Ferguson, the former Duchess of York, had hired a maid in the past.
It turned out that this woman, Jane Andrews, was a somewhat deranged killer.
She is also the author of crown jewel thefts.
Members of the British Royal Family performed a number number of tributes to their matriarch. Queen Elizabeth II of England died aged 96 on September 8. Sarah Ferguson, ex-wife of Prince Andrew, was conspicuously absent from all these tributes. But Fergie, the mum of the Princesses of York, did a surprise appearance at the funeral of Elizabeth II of England which were held on September 19, 2022. And yet, as the divorced ex-wife of Prince Andrew, Sarah Ferguson had no did not receive an invitation.
In his September 19 article, Gala returns to a story to give goosebumps Sarah Ferguson, 62, has experienced in the past. The mother of princesses Eugenie and Beatrice had hired a maid. It turned out that this woman, Jane Andrewsis a murderess doubled as a thief. The woman is known to have killed her companion Thomas Cressman who was a collector car dealership. “She then knocked out her companion in his sleep with a cricket bat, then stabbed him before fleeing“, recalls Gala.
Sarah Ferguson: Fergie’s assistance had killed her companion who refused to marry her
After fleeing, Jane Andrews had been found unconscious in her car. Sarah Ferguson’s former maid had overdosed. According to Galathe motive for his gruesome murder is that Thomas Cressman would have refused to marry her. The woman – to the “painful past, marked by suicide attempts and rape what his companion would have imposed“, according Gala – would have been seized with a black anger. Jane Andrews had been sentenced to life in prisonescaped from prison, then reincarcerated after a four-day run.
Released for good behavior in 2015, she leaves for a few months in prison in 2018 after a history of harassment. Gala also recalls that in 1995, Jane Andrews made headlines as “the assistant who misplaced the crown jewels” at a New York airport. “She had in particular lost a bracelet and a necklace set with diamonds offered by the Queen of England. jewelry that had worth 250,000 pounds“, precise Gala.