Sarah Ferguson felt ‘like a hurricane’ before undergoing laser facelift – shock confession


SARAH FERGUSON has told of how she arrived into her plastic surgeon’s practice “like a hurricane” before undergoing a laser facelift.

The royal mum-of-two gave a rare insight into her experience at her friend’s Harley Street surgery where she has received botox, organic fillers and vitamin injections among other treatments. In recent years the Duchess of York’s fresh and youthful glow has been noticed by royal fans when she steps out for charity events or to socialise with her daughters Princess Beatrice, 31, and Princess Eugenie, 29. As she celebrated her 60th birthday last month, Fergie decided to mark the milestone by going pubic with the list of treatments she has relied on to keep the wrinkles at bay including a laser facelift.

And now in a video posted on Instagram by Dr Gabriela Mercik, whom the duchess calls “Dr G”, Sarah praised her longtime friend for calming her every time she walks through the door for a top up.

The duchess said: “Certainly when I come into Dr G’s practice here I always come in like a hurricane.

“And then I leave never wanting to go because it’s like a wonderful embrace of velvet and you want to stay just to be nurtured.

“And of course… especially being a mother or when your’e a busy person like me you never stop to take a little bit of water for yourself. Not just water, but water of life too.

“At Dr G’s practice it gives you that, it’s very calm. You come in and she never puts you through any pain – because I don’t like pain and my nerves are already shot.

“I want to come in and not have anything which causes me to be anxious. So she puts me into a very calm place and she normally has piano playing, music which she loves.”

Polish-born Dr Mercik is renowned for sculpting the faces of her patiently using non-invasive techniques.

She has known Prince Andrew’s former wife since their 1992 meeting during Fergie’s visit to meet cancer victims in Upper Silesia, Poland.

At the time, Dr Mercik was a medical students while the duchess was juggling royal duties with being a mum to her two young girls.

Thanking the Queen’s former daughter-in-law for her honest review, the clinic posted a message saying: “Dr Garbiela’s heart is melted when patients talk about her good hands and when they feel food and calm in her clinic.

“Thank you Duchess of York for the amazing testimonial.”

In an interview with the Daily Mail in October, Fergie spoke about her wide smile on the steps of St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle last year as she prepared to watch Eugenie marry Jack Brooksbank.

She admitted that while she was obviously overjoyed to see her daughter marry her sweetheart, a little help from Dr Mercik was also behind the beaming expression.

She said: “‘The happiness was shining out of me because my daughter was getting married. I was so glad. I love Jack. When I’m passionate about anything, my eyes shine.

“Above all, it was being joyful for Eugenie that made me look good. But I’d had some laser treatment on my face which helped, too.

After she began receiving mesotherapy in 2013 she moved on to non-invasive injectables and organic fillers down the line.

In mesotherapy amino acids, vitamins and minerals are injected under the face’s mesodermal layer to give it a plumper feel and look.


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