Sarah Ferguson
Sarah Ferguson arrives to take her seat inside St George's Chapel ahead of the wedding of her daughter Britain's Princess Eugenie of York to Jack Brooksbank at Windsor Castle, in Windsor, on Oct. 12, 2018. Getty Images/Yui Mok

Sarah Ferguson left a negative impression during her tour of the United States when she made a shocking comment about Queen Elizabeth II.

In the book “The Royals,” author Kitty Kelley said that the public already regarded Ferguson as the “biker babe from hell,” while Princess Diana was known as the “sweetheart next door.” The differences between the two female royals grew following the Duchess of York’s trip.

“Schoolchildren who had never met a Duchess before crowded around Fergie and peppered her with questions about living in a castle. She said that hardest part was going to the bathroom,” Kelley said.

The schoolchildren were surprised with Ferguson’s remark especially after she told them about Her Majesty’s old-fashioned toilet. The mom of two revealed that she has to pull up on the toilet instead of pushing down and always bungled it.

Prince Andrew’s wife’s frank behavior did not serve her well. Kelley said that the British public branded her as coarse as a braying donkey.

Meanwhile, Ferguson’s choice in clothes while the US also made headlines. USA Today wrote an article about the royal saying that it doesn’t matter that her fashion statement sometimes ends up with a question mark. But the publication said that Ferguson had the ability to still light up an entire room.

Ferguson tied the knot with Prince Andrew in 1986. Two years later, they were blessed with their first child together. Two years after Princess Beatrice was born, Ferguson gave birth to Princess Eugenie. However, her marriage to Prince Andrew was short-lived.

The couple announced their separation in 1992, and their divorce was finalized in 1996. Months after their divorce, Ferguson was photographed with a man who appeared to be sucking her toes. The toe-sucking photo became so controversial and Prince Philip hated Ferguson for it.

Several royal experts have claimed that the Duke of Edinburgh has never forgiven Ferguson for what she did.