Daily Mail – Mail online is one of many news channels that are trumpeting the words from the Elephant Ball in Gothenburg, Sweden. And is thereby spreading the awareness around the extinction of Asian & Afrikan elephants.
Lady in red! The Duchess of York dazzles at a glitzy charity ball in Sweden – but she shuns wine for water
- Sarah, 56, proudly displayed her trim figure in a red dress
- Joined guests at the Elephant Ball 2016 in Gothenburg, Sweden
- Earlier that day, the Duchess was a guest on Swedish TV show Skavlan
- Revealed she used to clean toilets for a job
- Discussed the plight of endangered elephant species
- She has appeared on QVC to plug a juicer in the past
She recently admitted that she worked as a toilet cleaner before marrying into the royal family.
But the Duchess of York looked a long way from her roots as she put on a glamorous display at a glitzy charity ball on Thursday night.
Sarah, 56, stunned in a bright red gown as she joined guests at the Elephant Ball 2016 at the Clarion Hotel Post in Gothenburg, Sweden.
The Duchess of York dazzled at a glitzy charity ball in Sweden as she lent her support to Save The Elephants
Fergie was certainly dressed to impressed and offset her scarlet gown with some eye-catching jewels – including a rather fitting blue necklace with an elephant on.
The Elephant Ball is a charity gala dinner that raises awareness and funds to protect wildlife with a portion of proceeds donated to Elephant Family – an NGO dedicated to protecting the Asian elephant.
Fergie is passionate about charitable causes and like a lot of the royal family, she lends her time to wildlife charities.
The mother-of-two shunned the wine and stuck to water as she laughed and joked with her fellow guests, many of whom wore novelty elephant masks.
Earlier in the day, speaking on the Skavlan TV show, in Stockholm, Sweden, the 56-year-old made a shocking revelation – admitting that she used to clean lavatories.
The mother-of-two shunned the wine and stuck to water at the glittering gala event
Fergie, who was dressed in red, laughed and joked with her fellow guests, many of whom wore novelty elephant masks