Sarah Ferguson
Sarah Ferguson wanted to be a "human bridge" amid speculation of a family friction with Prince Philip at 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 wanted to be a human bridge.

According to Emily Hodgkin, a journalist for Express, the Duchess of York took a trip to Bethlehem and documented it on Instagram. In one event she made a speech and shared her "happiness" when she visited the Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation (BASR) and the Cardiovascular Centre with Imperial College.

Ferguson shared a photo on social media and wrote: "I like to be a human bridge to speak about how refreshing it is that volunteers from British science and academia from @imperialcollege and all around the world have joined forces to encourage and support the human right of emergency medical care."

In another photo, she wrote: "I was so happy to be with my Palestinian friends, wonderful people who have such kindness in their hearts. Dr Ramzi and Edmund Shehadeh have honoured the basic human right to have access to emergency medical care."

As Ferguson campaign for the human right of emergency medical care, there are speculations that there might be a family friction at Princess Eugenie's upcoming royal wedding. According to Katie Hind, a journalist for Daily Mail, Princess Eugenie's big day is a "copycat Royal Wedding" from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's.

Hind added that aside from the outrageous budget and open-top carriage, the bride might also face a family drama similar to that of the Duchess of Sussex. However, it would not be as big as Thomas Markle Sr.'s debacle. She hinted that the friction would involve Ferguson and Prince Philip.

"I'm told that Prince Philip was at pains not to bump into the Duchess of York, 58, when she visited the Queen at Balmoral last week," Hind wrote. "I am told that she has still not been forgiven by her former father-in-law for the infamous 'toegate' scandal of 1992. Fergie, who at the time was still married to Prince Andrew, was pictured on a sun lounger having her toes sucked by 'financial adviser' John Bryan."

A number of royal experts blamed Ferguson's scandal as the cause of her split from Prince Andrew. In fact, it was reportedly the reason the royals are cold to the duchess.

"She was at Balmoral when those photographs came out. The family came down for breakfast and there was Fergie in this shocking scene and that was the end," author Penny Junor said in a documentary.