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The Duchess York has officially fired back at the Daily Mail, and we could not agree more with what she had to say. Get it, mama!

Sarah Ferguson could not believe the content of the scathing article Jan Moir at the Daily Mail penned about her daughter.

Princess Eugenie recently announced that that her wedding will be held in St. George’s Chapel, Windsor, and 1200 seats will be open for the public to attend.

Because this is the same venue Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had for their wedding, Jan claimed in her article: ‘Who the hell does Princess Eugenie think she is?’

But that’s not all the writer had to say about the princess.

The article went on to compare her to one of the Queen’s corgis, critiqued her outfit choices, called her spoiled, and mocked her job at an art gallery.

‘Let us be frank. For her first 28 years on this planet, Her Royal Highness Princess Eugenie of York has done almost nothing of note,’ the writer continued.

Photo Credit: Getty Images/David M. Benett

Don't believe us? Check out the article for yourself. There is no holding back on the attack of the princess' character.

Poor Eugenie was then labelled as a royal moocher, with the dead set goal of gaining fame from her royal relations.

‘Like a neatly groomed, determined seagull, Eugenie has spent nearly three decades drifting along in the richly foaming wake of the Queen, picking off what she can from the royal catch.’

Well, her mother, and rightly so, decided to break the usual rules of engaging the media and step in to defend her daughter.

The Duchess of York posted a letter that her colleague Sarah Wade, CEO of Humanitas Charity, wrote to the Daily Mail.

The CEO questioned what the article’s purpose was: ‘Is it to make a young couple feel embarrassed or ashamed of the choices they have made for their wedding day or it is to invite anger and hatred towards them?’

She also called the article ‘tantamount to bullying’ and said the Daily Mail’s words were ‘unfounded and hurtful abuse’.

Eugenie’s mother posted the letter with the caption: ‘Couldn’t agree more with this letter about the disgusting article that Jan Moir wrote about @princesseugenie and Jack. Bullying at its’ premium and hiding behind a newspaper commenting about people you’ve never met.’

It seems that Sarah Ferguson is not going to lie down while her daughter’s reputation is slandered by a widespread publication based on ‘unfounded’ grounds. Girls have got to stick together!

The charity CEO then ended the letter with: ‘It is imperative that we support freedom of expression, but not when the intended outcome is to inflict pain on another person or incite others to do so.

‘And Jan Moir’s article does just that.’

Photo Credit: People

Commenters have expressed their support for the Duchess and her daughter Jeanie, and could not believe that Jan’s article had been approved by the newspaper.

‘Good for You Ms. Sarah! Awesome retart. All Mom's should take a page from your book!’ One mum from Texas replied.

‘Absolutely disgraceful article and it’s about time Moir was sacked ! Daily Mail get your act together.. bullying on an epic scale,’ said another comment.

We have yet to see a response from Jan Moir or the Daily Mail, but we're glad to see Sarah Ferguson is making a stand against uncalled for negativity and what another commenter called, 'defamation of character'.


There has been numerous rumours about why Kim Kardashian has barely shown her face in public since she gave birth to her son, Saint West.

And in a recent article by the Daily Mail, it said that Kimmy was in a "self-imposed diet exile."

But, Kim reacted straight away and blasted the website for sharing false stories about her.

In rant of tweets, Kim said that she was just on "maternity leave" and has been out and about with her son and family.

She sure is taking after her hubby Kanye ranting on Twitter, but unlike Mr West, she actually had a substantial reason to hit out. 


SHEmazing! TV is here to deliver your round-up of all the Showbiz News.

Today’s highlights include:
• Billie Faiers introduces her baby girl & opens up about her birth
• Katie Hopkins attacks Cheryl Cole
• Is Angelina suing the Daily Mail?
• Lindsay Lohan admits she does not want to be a celebrity
• Watch out Kate Moss… there’s a new Moss in town

Emma Power reports.



Lorna had always been a lover of fashion – but it was only just a year and half ago when she finally decided to “bite the bullet” and create a style blog of her own; LC’s Closet.

Since its creation, LC’s Closet  has become one of the most successful, Irish fashion blogs out there. Lorna has even been featured fashioning her own style creations in the likes of the Daily Mail and Look magazines.

Lorna mostly blogs about her own personal style choices, and regularly features snaps of herself posing in some of her favourite looks, as well as sharing photos of stylish items that she would like to purchase in the future.

SHEmazing! caught up with Lorna, who let us in on her own fashion must-haves:

What item do you think every girl should have in her closet?
Every girl should have a really great pair of skinny jeans. Skinny jeans really are a wardrobe staple. So many girls have said to me that skinny jeans don’t suit them, and once upon a time I thought the exact same thing. Truth be told, skinny jeans look amazing on everyone, you just have to find the right pair. Once you have the right pair they can be worn time and time again. They are so effortlessly chic and look just good worn for casual wear or dressed up to wear out for dinner or to a club. I’d definitely recommend that every girl should have at least one pair of black and one pair of dark denim jeans in their wardrobe, as these colours are slimming on the figure and are super flattering.

What’s the most expensive item of clothing of you’ve bought?
I tend to invest in my accessories more so than clothes, so I have a few expensive handbags, some shoes and jewellery. The most expensive thing I have bought is definitely a diamond and gold ring I treated myself to after I was awarded my Ph.D. in February. Focusing on clothes, the most expensive item of clothing I have ever bought myself is probably my first graduation dress. All of my graduation dresses have been quite expensive but I spent the most money on my first one. I bought it in New York when I was on my J1 and had to get it ordered especially. That was almost six years and I still love the dress as much today as I did when bought it. It’s such a statement, yet classic dress that will never go out of style.

What’s your best bargain?
A white coat I found on the sale rail in Penneys for €7 almost two years ago. The fit and cut of the coat is impeccable. It is amazing and transforms any outfit I wear it. People are always so surprised when I tell them it’s from Penneys, as they expect it to much more expensive.

What would you say is your favourite accessory?
Right now I’d have to say my fuchsia Michael Kors bag. I also treated myself to this the day I was awarded my Ph.D. kind of as a token to look back on to remember the day. It is such a stand out, statement piece. The colour is so so beautiful and it goes with so many different looks, which is always what you should look for with your accessories.

If you could only shop in one store for the rest of your life, which would it be?
Without a shadow of a doubt it has to be Topshop! I absolutely love Topshop and have done for well over 10 years. I don’t think I have ever gone into a Topshop store without seeing something I wanted to buy. Season after season they knock it out of the park in terms of having the latest fashionable and innovative designs. The quality of their products is amazing too and they fit so well. Quality and fit are really important to me when I buy clothes because I want things that will last and that I can pull out again and again. So Topshop definitely fits the bill.

Don’t forget to check out LC’s Closet and follow Lorna on InstagramFacebook and Twitter

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