Sarah Ferguson tweets that coronavirus is Mother Nature’s punishment for humanity, just like the royal family is hit

Jeff Spicer

In this uncertain world, we can always be sure that Sarah Ferguson, Prince Andrew’s ex-wife, can say absolutely bizarre things.

She was there again on Tuesday, tweeting a few unusual messages that indicated that “Mother Nature” had released the coronavirus on humanity to punish us for not taking care of the planet.

At the time of her social media fusillade, she knew little; her former brother-in-law Prince Charles was already suffering from the virus. Charles had seen the queen two weeks earlier, leading to concerns that the virus could spread to the royal household.

One of Fergie’s tweets was accompanied by an enchanting picture of a cherry tree in full bloom that looks like it was taken on the huge private property, Royal Lodge, where she lives rent-free with her ex-husband.

We’ve embedded the tweets below, but in case the Duchess (as she still insists on calling herself) wakes up with a furry tongue this morning and a crashing case of tweeter regrets as soon as she sees her Host family among the victims is and hurries to press the delete button, do not worry, we have the screenshots for posterity.

Of course, these broad theories about how good the corona virus is for the world have become a fad on social media in recent days.

But there is a pretty clear line between the silver lining remark (we can hear the birds chirping in cities! Pollution has dropped! I don’t have to charge my phone every night!) And the way for a Gaia death cult who believes a killer virus is a good thing that will “clean up” the planet.

These comments, Sarah, are best saved for your creepy, far-right crystal therapist.

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