Sarah Ferguson
Sarah Ferguson has become more involved in her charities in the run-up of Princess Eugenie's royal wedding. Pictured: Ferguson arrives for the wedding ceremony of Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and US actress Meghan Markle at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, in Windsor, on May 19, 2018. Getty Images/Gareth Fuller

Sarah Ferguson is getting more active with her charities ahead of her daughter's big day.

On Tuesday, the Duchess of York took to Instagram and shared a photo of her chatting with a group of women. "Today I will be supporting @streetchilduk @bgccharityday #bgccharityday #streetchild," she wrote in the caption.

Ferguson's followers were very pleased with her works. In fact, the duchess' post has received warm support from her fans who were wishing for her success. Many of them were also impressed with her efforts in helping more children.

"You do such good work. A humanitarian through and through. I salute you," one follower commented.

"Great work Sarah," another user added.

"You are admiral for all your time given to charities and world wide causes. You are someone who should be admired," another follower wrote.

Ferguson has been active on her charity works in the run-up of Princess Eugenie's royal wedding. In July, Ferguson announced that she will be partnering with StreetChildUk to help more children.

"We have solutions and will be able to educate and help 10,000 children of the 25,000 all living in this poverty. I am merging my foundation @ChildrenCrisis with @streetchilduk. So onwards and upwards @streetchilduk @TomDannatt #streetchild #childrenincrisis #nepal #janakpur," she wrote on Twitter.

In related news, Ferguson's comments about Prince William and Kate Middleton were revisited. The duchess did not receive an invite to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's royal wedding in 2011. After the event, she was asked if she had an advised for Middleton, the newest member of the royal family at that time.

"What's interesting is that I would never presume to give Catherine advice because she's doing so well," Ferguson said. "She looks fabulous, she's beautiful and fabulous and they look so in love and it's a great story."

In the same interview, Ferguson admitted that she saw herself in Middleton. She also admitted that it made her regret her poor choices in the past.

"I was that bride and at 25-years-old I went down the aisle of Westminster Abbey," Ferguson said. "It caused me to have great soul searching on regret, on all the things, you look at."