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Sarah Ferguson continues to put on a brave face as she stuns in matching tweed at event | Royal | News

Sarah Ferguson, 64, has put her best foot forward despite her cancer diagnosis and has attended various high-profile events in America this week.

In Miami, the Duchess appeared as a keynote speaker at the Cancer Alliance Palm Beach charity event. She looked elegant in a mint green tweed two-piece by American designer label, St John.

Her stylish mint green short jacket, which costs £1,577 ($1,990) was worn over a gorgeous matching tweed dress costing £1,668 ($2,105).

Fans have gushed over her stunning ensemble. User, @adiamonddio wrote: “This is the best outfit I’ve seen her wear. And the colour is beautiful and suits her to a tee.”

Instagram royal fan, @ojeannine, wote: “This is a lovely, classy and appropriate look for Fergie and for this event.”

Another fan of the outfit, exclaimed: “Wow, today is a BIG YES. She looks so elegant. Love the colours.”

Whereas, @nmrooney1 said: “Our girl looks great! She does love jackets!”

The 64-year-old author also attended the annual Haute Living 100 event in Miami, Florida earlier this week, which honoured “influential individuals in Miami, including philanthropists, entrepreneurs, power couples, developers, creatives, athletes, hospitality power players, and more”.

On that occasion, she wore a signature black and white military-style blazer over a black dress.

The mother of Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie spent much of last year recovering from breast cancer.

In an Instagram post on 22 January, Sarah said: “I have been taking some time to myself as I have been diagnosed with malignant melanoma, a form of skin cancer, my second cancer diagnosis within a year after I was diagnosed with breast cancer this summer and underwent a mastectomy and reconstructive surgery.”

The NHS saw a huge surge in people looking for information on melanoma skin cancer after Sarah was diagnosed with the disease.

NHS England said there was one visit every 13 seconds to the NHS website for information on melanoma in the two days following the announcement. Medical experts also took the opportunity to raise awareness of symptoms to look out for if one is worried about the disease.


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