Sarah Ferguson invites Natalie Pinkham to host her ‘Storytime with Fergie and Friends’

Natalie Pinkham joined Sarah Ferguson’s daily ‘Storytime with Fergie and Friends’ YouTube series to read Lost and Found by Oiver Jeffers on Friday night.

The Sky Sports presenter, 41, sparked rumours of a liaison with Prince Harry, 35, in 2006, after pictures surfaced of the pair and a source reported at the time that Harry was ‘absolutely infatuated with Natalie’.

Yet the relationship didn’t blossom further and she reportedly enjoyed a ‘close platonic friendship with the royal, and went on to marry Endemol executive, Owain Walbyoff, and the pair share children Wildred and Willow.

The Duchess of York, 60, launched the daily YouTube show last month, where she reads a series of different children’s books to help keep the little ones entertained during lockdown. 

Natalie Pinkham joined Sarah Ferguson's (seen) daily 'Storytime with Fergie and Friends' YouTube series to read Lost and Found by Oiver Jeffers on Friday night

Natalie Pinkham joined Sarah Ferguson's (seen) daily 'Storytime with Fergie and Friends' YouTube series to read Lost and Found by Oiver Jeffers on Friday night

Natalie Pinkham joined Sarah Ferguson’s (seen) daily ‘Storytime with Fergie and Friends’ YouTube series to read Lost and Found by Oiver Jeffers on Friday night

Sharing the post to her Instagram, Sarah wrote: ‘Today at 4pm on Storytime with Fergie and Friends I am going to be reading from Winnie the Pooh’s Pocket Library by A.A. Milne and my guest friend is Natalie Pinkham’.

Introducing Natalie via a phonecall, Sarah says: ‘Ah you’re just a wonder, Natalie thank you so much honestly for doing this! So kind and I love, love, ,ove the story – bless you.’

Seen sitting in her bed in her pyjamas with daughter Willow, Natalie is heard saying: ‘We’ve chosen one of our favourites, Lost and Found, and we love it don’t we?’, as Willow nods. 

Natalie spends four minutes reading the story to her daughter, who is heard taking an avid interest, before wrapping up the sweet segment with a goodnight kiss. 

Seen sitting in her bed in her pyjamas with daughter Willow, Natalie is heard saying: 'We've chosen one of our favourites, Lost and Found, and we love it don't we?', as Willow nods

Seen sitting in her bed in her pyjamas with daughter Willow, Natalie is heard saying: 'We've chosen one of our favourites, Lost and Found, and we love it don't we?', as Willow nods

Seen sitting in her bed in her pyjamas with daughter Willow, Natalie is heard saying: ‘We’ve chosen one of our favourites, Lost and Found, and we love it don’t we?’, as Willow nods

The Sky Sports presenter, 41, sparked rumours of a liaison with Prince Harry, 35, in 2006, after pictures surfaced of the pair and a source reported at the time that Harry was 'absolutely infatuated with Natalie' (seen in 2011)

The Sky Sports presenter, 41, sparked rumours of a liaison with Prince Harry, 35, in 2006, after pictures surfaced of the pair and a source reported at the time that Harry was 'absolutely infatuated with Natalie' (seen in 2011)

The Sky Sports presenter, 41, sparked rumours of a liaison with Prince Harry, 35, in 2006, after pictures surfaced of the pair and a source reported at the time that Harry was ‘absolutely infatuated with Natalie’ (seen in 2011) 

Mother-of-two Natalie was said to have enjoyed regular meet-ups with Prince Harry over the years, becoming his ‘drinking buddy and confidante’.

However Harry, who was once known for his wild nights out, has enjoyed a change of lifestyle over recent years after expressing his desire to settle down with a family.

Last year, a source told The Sun that Natalie thinks ‘over-protective courtiers at Buckingham Palace’ were responsible for a ‘cooling off in their relationship. 

They said: ‘Natalie feels Meghan is the sensible soulmate who will tame Harry’s wild side.’ 

The presenter admits that Meghan, 37, is good for Harry - as she will 'tame his wild side'

The presenter admits that Meghan, 37, is good for Harry - as she will 'tame his wild side'

The presenter admits that Meghan, 37, is good for Harry – as she will ‘tame his wild side’

The mother-of-two is isolating at the Royal Lodge in Windsor, a 30-room residence she shares with her ex-husband Prince Andrew, along with Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank.

Meanwhile Princess Beatrice is staying spending lockdown with her fiancé Edo Mapelli Mozzi and future mother-in-law Nikki Shale at her £1.5 million country house near Chipping Norton, Sarah revealed this week. 

Sarah has been actively promoting various food charities, who have been donating food amid the lockdown. 

Yesterday she shared a picture of herself in what appeared to be her home office, with a picture of Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice in the background.

Posting a picture of a woman delivering donations to NHS staff at The Manor Care Home in Windsor, she wrote: ‘Thank you to @perkierfoods for sending over 1000 bars to frontline teams during the COVID crisis including The Manor Care home in Windsor @nhsengland #nhs #coronavirus’.

Yesterday she shared a picture of herself in what appeared to be her home office, with a picture of Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice in the background

Yesterday she shared a picture of herself in what appeared to be her home office, with a picture of Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice in the background

Yesterday she shared a picture of herself in what appeared to be her home office, with a picture of Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice in the background

Posting a picture of a woman delivering donations to NHS staff at The Manor Care Home in Windsor, she wrote: 'Thank you to @perkierfoods for sending over 1000 bars to frontline teams during the COVID crisis including The Manor Care home in Windsor @nhsengland #nhs #coronavirus'

Posting a picture of a woman delivering donations to NHS staff at The Manor Care Home in Windsor, she wrote: 'Thank you to @perkierfoods for sending over 1000 bars to frontline teams during the COVID crisis including The Manor Care home in Windsor @nhsengland #nhs #coronavirus'

Posting a picture of a woman delivering donations to NHS staff at The Manor Care Home in Windsor, she wrote: ‘Thank you to @perkierfoods for sending over 1000 bars to frontline teams during the COVID crisis including The Manor Care home in Windsor @nhsengland #nhs #coronavirus’

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