Sarah Ferguson has gushed over Prince Harry finding lasting happiness with his wife, Meghan Markle.
The Duchess of York also sweetly admitted that his mother Princess Diana would be so proud of how far Harry has come from the little boy who "cried at his mother's funeral".
When asked about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex during an interview on the Italian talk show, Porta a Porta, on Tuesday, 62 year old Sarah, who recently dressed up as an elf for charity, had nothing but kind words.
"The most important thing—and I know Diana, if she were here, would say that—is they are happy," Sarah gushed of the pair, who are now based in California.
Speaking further of stunning Meghan, she added: "She makes him happy. And I love to see that little boy that cried at the funeral to have happiness now."
Fergie has spoken before about how proud Diana would have been of Harry and his older brother, Prince William.
"I think Diana would be so immensely proud of both of her boys, their wives and the families they have created," she said in an interview back in July.
Harry and his wife Meghan decided to step back from royal duties in early 2020 and moved to America.
The move has been great for the pair, who are parents to two year old Archie and six month old daughter Lilibet.
Earlier this year, Meghan and Harry discussed the weight of being in the royal family as they made a series of bombshell claims to Oprah.
Meghan claimed a member of the Royal Family had "concerns" over how dark the colour of their son Archie's skin would be.
The former Suits star said she had suicidal thoughts while being an active senior member of the family but was denied help when she asked for it.
Last month, Meghan exhibited how far she had come from her life in the royal family during a fun and relaxed interview on the Ellen Degeneres Show.
Earlier this month, the activist issued a powerful statement after winning her appeal over a newspaper's publication of a letter she sent to her estranged father.
Meghan sued Associated Newspapers Limited (ANL), publisher of the Mail on Sunday, after the paper shared parts of a private letter she wrote to her estranged father in 2018.
ANL went on to appeal the original decision, which ruled the publisher's actions as unlawful, but this was dismissed by judges
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