Princess Eugenie and her husband married in October at St George 's Chapel in Windsor Castle. Thousands of people crossed the streets and waved the princess from the royal family. However, the bride's mother found out how normal the couple was, despite the luxury of the incident itself.
In an in-depth interview on Daily Mail, Sarah Ferguson opened the Royal Wedding and gave insight into how the newlyweds spent time later.
From moving the earth down, they did not want to spend the night before their honeymoon in a wonderful hotel, but rather with a family home.
Fergie explained: "After the wedding Sunday, I told Eugenie and Jack:" Do you want to stay in a special place? "
"No, they wanted to stay at the Royal Lodge.
"So the whole family on the night before honeymoon was eating pizza together in the kitchen."
The Duchess of York also got an opportunity to talk about other aspects of the royal wedding through an interview, and Princess Diana acknowledged her accusation that she was not alive to know her daughter's marriage.
Fergie and the late Princess had been close friends for many years and acted as devotees to each other when they married a royal family.
The Duchess acknowledged what was in her mind on her wedding day and said: "I thought of my absent friend and family, Diana.
"But she is always with me.
"What I miss the most is her laughter.
"Diana was my closest friend and most funny person I know.
"She had that timing and wisdom.
"It was a pleasure to be with her because we laughed and enjoyed her life so much, and she would have loved the wedding."