59-year-old Sarah Ferguson wows in a sexy fitted dress, strutting her stuff in a rare appearance
The Duchess of York turned heads when she attended the annual Unicef Gala in Dallas, Texas earlier this month.
She chose an elegant figure-hugging floor-length black gown, with three-quarter length sleeves and a boatline neckline.
Sarah, the Duchess of York, completed the outfit with a pair of black high heels, a delicate bracelet to compliment her watch and pearl jewelry.
Her signature red hair was blown out and left to cascade over her shoulders, while the duchess kept her makeup to a minimum.
The event was hosted for A-listers and show business influencers to shed light on Unicef's work from all around the globe.
Sarah has devoted her life to various charities assisting children and families in need. Nearly three decades ago, she founded Street Child.
In 2017, Street Child was merged with Children in Crisis. The organization will focus on education and operates in Nigeria, Sierre Leone, and Nepal.
Sarah has not been a member of the royal family for more than twenty years, since her divorce from the Duke of York, Prince Andrew.
Her daughters, however, are still part of the family and Princess Eugenie recently married Jack Brooksbank. Princess Beatrice has not walked down the aisle yet.
Princess Eugenie shared an adorable "throwback photo" on Instagram earlier this month – a photo showing the Princess as a baby, sitting on her mother's shoulder.
She wrote in the caption: "All this snow got me remembering how cool mum and I were in the 90s."
Eugenie tagged her mother in the post and added the "flashback Friday" hashtag for good measure.
Since her divorce, Sarah has maintained her close friendship with Prince Andrew, and they still spend time together as a family.
She spends most of her time managing her various business endeavors and charities, such as Strawbugs Ltd, La Luna Investments Ltd, and Ginger & Moss.
“On World Cancer Day, I am thinking of friends and family who have been affected by this terrible disease. I have been a proud supporter of @teenage_cancer and its founders Dr. Adrian and Myrna Whiteson since 1990 and @teencanceramerica, and now Beatrice and Eugenie are too. Together we can help more people beat cancer.”