SARAH Ferguson has revealed she and Princess Diana were arrested at her hen do back in 1986.
The pair decided to dress up as policewomen for the festivities which led to actual law enforcement arrest them for impersonating as officers.
She said once the authorities realised Diana and Fergie were royals, the future sisters-in-law were quickly let go.
The Duchess of York said on The Kelly Clarkson Show: “It was extraordinary, because we went to a nightclub, of course, you go to a nightclub with the Princess of Wales.
“We sat down, and the waiter came up to us and said, ‘Excuse me, this is a members club. It’s for fun, and we don’t serve police officers here.”
She said when they were arrested, they hid their engagement rings once inside the police van.
Fergie then claimed Diana saw some ‘smoky bacon-flavoured crisps’ in the vehicle and ‘started taking and eating them’.
That is, until an officer in the front seat shouted at her: “You can’t do that!”
The bachelorette party was reportedly a “riot”, with Royal Expert Tom Quinn saying Diana and Fergie were “lying on the floor, champagne being fired in every direction.”
The group also went to Annabel’s, one of the world’s most exclusive night clubs, where they continued their celebratory night.
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According to Town and Country Magazine, the partners in crime also got into trouble outside of Buckingham Palace.
The tricksters finished their evening of mischief by locking Prince Andrew out of the palace as he returned from his stag-do.
The pair were very close throughout the years, despite Fergie telling Harpers Bazaar in 2007 that Diana hadn’t spoken to her in a year.
Fergie recalled: “In fact, the day before she died she rang a friend of mine and said, ‘Where’s that Red? I want to talk to her.’”
Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice’s mother admitted she doesn’t miss Diana, who passed away in 1997, because she is with her “all day.”
“She and I, we laughed a lot,” Fergie said. “We got into trouble a lot.”
Diana and Fergie both formally divorced from their husbands in 1996.