If you are looking for some virtual storytelling with a touch of royal magic, we have just what you are looking for! Fergie, AKA Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, has launched her own virtual storytelling session for kids. Storytelling is one of the best ways to spark imaginations and creativity and inspire and from an early age. You can watch Fergie's reading a traditional children’s story each day at 4pm on YouTube and Facebook. She'll be reading both her own stories and others, including much-loved books: The Tiger Who Came To Tea, Spot Says Please, Peace At Last and The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Fergie will also occasionally be joined by special guests. Recent appearances include Stephen Fry, Paige Rowlinson and David Gower.
You can expect up to 10 minutes of wonderful storytelling and a whole heap of fun from this famous storyteller. And on Saturdays, you can expect an even longer storytime! And if this time doesn't fit in with your schedule, don't worry, the stories are always available to watch on again on Fergie's YouTube and Facebook page. So sit back, relax and make this storytelling session part of your daily routine.
What you’ll need
- A love of storytelling!
- Make sure you have a good WiFi connection for the best user experience.
- Child-friendly headphones in case your child wants to listen alone.
What you’ll do
- Storytime with Fergie and Friends is shown at 4pm daily.
- Fergie will be reading aloud from a beloved selection of children’s books, including The Very Hungry Caterpillar, The Tiger Who Came To Tea, Spot Says Please and Peace At Last. She will also occasionally be joined by special guests.
- If you want some brilliant bedtime stories, check out CBeebies Bedtime Stories and read your favourites along with Michelle Obama.