Sarah has reportedly been offered to dance on the US version of Dancing With The Stars.
In 1993, Sarah founded the Children in Crisis charity, and is a keen charity worker.
Even though they have been divorced for years, Sarah describes Prince Andrew as one of her "bestest friends".
When Sarah became miserable in her marriage to Prince Andrew, she published a series of children's books called Budgie The Helicopter.
As a child, Sarah enjoyed horse riding and won many cups and shows.
Sarah and Prince Andrew divorced five months after photographs were published showing her caught in a "compromising position" with financial adviser John Bryan in 1992.
She was a close friend to the late Princess Diana, who was her sister in-law.
Sarah married Prince Andrew in Westminster Abbey on July 23, 1986.
She is the daughter of Ronald Ferguson and Susan Barrantes.
Sarah came very close to being caught in the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, in New York on September 11, 2001. She was meant to be on the 101st floor of one of the towers for a charity meeting at 8:45am, but was running late. When she arrived, one of the planes had crashed into one of the towers, and her staff put her back into the vehicle and to safety.
Her trademark is her red hair.
Sarah's height is 5'8" (1.73 m).
Sarah became a spokesperson for Weight Watchers after she joined and shed her weight after being teased "The Duchess Of Pork".
She is also known as Fergie to the media.
Sarah is an experienced equestrian jumper.
Before marrying into the royal family, Sarah worked in a publishing house and in a gallery.
Though divorced from Prince Andrew, she and Andrew still share a home.
Daughter Beatrice Alexandra Mary born August 8, 1988. Daughter Eugenie Victoria Helena born March 23, 1990.
Sarah: I can safely say one of the best things I've done is be a good mother.
Sarah: I've not dated for 5 years. I'd like to, but I don't meet men. Besides, they're terrified of me. Not only do I come with the world's press but I'm 47 and I say what I feel. I'm not going to play games.
Sarah: I made it a priority to read to my girls at bedtime. So much so that when I'd travel far from home, I'd read stories into the tape recorder and leave a stack of cassettes on the night table. I firmly believe that reading and storytelling helps children learn values and use their gift of imagination.
Sarah: As a child, I loved reading and being read to by my parents. One of my all-time favorite books is called The Fox's Frolics, a madcap adventure about a cheeky fox who turns things around and rides the hounds. Since my favorite pastime as a young girl was exploring the countryside on my pony, I also loved adventure stories about horses, such as Black Beauty.
Sarah: I officially became a single, working mom after my divorce in 1996. I had debts and had to earn a living to support myself and share in the cost of raising my girls. I felt it would be wrong for me to work commercially in Britain; so for me, going off to work meant commuting several weeks each month to the United States. My first real job was with Weight Watchers, and I am proud to say we are still together eight years later. This work has changed my life. When I started, I was still overweight and my esteem was rock bottom from the tabloids' incessant pummeling. I lost weight on the program, but more importantly I toured America, meeting and speaking with thousands who accepted me as a fellow member. That acceptance made me stronger, and the organization's unconditional support kept me going.
Sarah: The Queen is one of the finest ladies I've ever met in my life. I'm so honoured to be able to say we are friends. I love her. She's given up her whole life to her country. She's a great lady and a wonderful grandmother.
Sarah: I have a weight problem so I live by Weight Watchers everyday, I love it- it's part of my life. There's nothing complicated about what I eat. I can enjoy a glass of white wine and not feel guilty. Nothing is off limits.
Sarah: Humility comes from understanding that the obstacles in front of you are not going to go away.
Sarah: I would like to act. I genuinely think it would be a good idea. I have enough experience of drama because that's what my life has been.
Sarah: I'd quite like to go on Dancing With The Stars. I'd like them to teach me the tango. I did go to the oldest tango place and I did look at it and think, 'I can try this.'