Sarah Ferguson stuns in a vibrant purple gown as she steps out for Red Cross event in Rome
- The Duchess of York was sporting her diamond encrusted ‘Eugenie’ bracelet
- READ MORE: Sarah Ferguson calls her daughters ‘cheerleaders’ since diagnosis
Sarah Ferguson looked regal as she attended this year’s Red Cross Charity Event in Rome in a vibrant purple gown.
The Duchess of York opted for a pop of colour for the event, donning the floaty purple dress complete with sheer arms, ruffled wrist cuffs and a high neck.
Sarah paired her floor-length gown, which also featured a relaxed neck tie, with a pair of black and gold heeled boots.
This was Sarah’s second appearance in a matter of days, after she was pictured attending The Wolseley City Inaugural VIP Dinner in London on Tuesday.
Having the made the trip over to Italy for last night’s Red Cross event, Sarah was also seen re-wearing her diamond-encrusted ‘Eugenie’ bracelet.
Sarah Ferguson looked regal as she attended this year’s Red Cross Charity Event in Rome in a vibrant purple gown
The Duchess of York opted for a pop of colour for the event, donning the floaty purple dress complete with sheer arms, ruffled wrist cuffs and a high neck
The duchess looked glam having styled her red tresses in loose waves and finished off the look with a pair of pearl drop earrings, several subtle diamond bracelets and a black wrist watch.
Sarah, popularly known as Fergie, opted for minimal make up for the event with a natural lip and a touch of mascara.
During the photo call, Sarah was pictured smiling and laughing with film producer Tiziana Rocca and tycoon Hormoz Vasfi.
The Duchess was also all smiles as she posed for photos on Tuesday at The Wolseley City’s VIP event – which was attended by VIPs including Duran Duran’s Nick Rhodes and Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason.
Royal photographer Hugo Burnand was also pictured at the glitzy event, as was former Tory MP Rory Stewart.
READ MORE: Sarah Ferguson calls Beatrice and Eugenie her ‘soulmates’ and ‘biggest cheerleaders’ as she praises their support since her cancer diagnosis
The Wolseley City opened this autumn – as a ‘younger sister’ to the historic Mayfair eatery in London’s Piccadilly – and is located in the city’s Square Mile.
It comes after Sarah called her daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie her ‘biggest cheerleaders’ and praised their support since her cancer diagnosis.
The duchess found out she had breast cancer following a routine screening and underwent a successful single mastectomy in June.
‘My two wonderful daughters are my wholehearted cheerleaders, my devoted champions and my soulmates, and they have been as supportive as can be, as they always are,’ she told PEOPLE.
Her comments came the day after she opened up about her experience for the first time as she made her debut as a Loose Women panellist on November 2.
During the photo call, Sarah was pictured smiling and laughing with film producer Tiziana Rocca
Tiziana Rocca, Sarah Ferguson and Hormoz Vasif attend the photocall ahead of the Red Cross Charity Event on November 9
The mother-of-two was on the programme to launch its inaugural ‘Don’t Skip Your Screening’ campaign, highlighting the importance of attending mammogram appointments.
Fergie credited her sister, Jane, for urging her to attend the routine screening, which she otherwise would have cancelled.
The V Foundation for Cancer Research unveiled the Sarah Ferguson V Scholar Grant for Breast Cancer Research, in honour of the Duchess, on 30 October.
Sarah will join forces with the V Foundation Scientific Advisory Committee to select a research grant recipient by the end of 2024.
The project complements her commitment to supporting cancer patients, survivors, and research as patron of the Teenage Cancer Trust and the work of her foundation Sarah’s Trust.
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