While the royals are known for their poise and grace, we always love when they show us their playful and silly side and the latest to show they don't take themselves too seriously?
None other than the Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson.
Taking to her Instagram account, Prince Andrew's former wife and mother to Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice, shared a video of herself in Beijing Airport zooming around on a motorised suitcase.
"When in Beijing Airport… 'If you can keep your head when all about you, are losing theirs and blaming it on you'….. go and get a scooter suitcase! #china," Sarah captioned the video.
The video shows Sarah, who recently celebrated her 60th birthday, letting out a cheeky laugh as she zooms past the check-in desks wearing a stylish green Gucci blazer explaining it's "my new luggage" before letting out a squeal as she almost has a collision with a pole!
After regaining her composure she adds, "it's very funny".
Watch the hilarious full video, above.
The hilarious video proved a hit with her followers, with many commenting how "brilliant" it was.
"Ha! You legend ❤," commented British television presenter Natalie Pinkham, while perfumer Eric Buterbaugh commented: "Beyond amazing."
"This is why I adore you," wrote another follower, while another added: "This is the post I've always wanted to see," and we can't agree more!
Fergie is known for liking a good laugh, recently joking about her love for tequila and describing herself as a "yummy mummy".
She's also incredibly open, often sharing updates of her life on her personal Instagram page, including sharing her delight about the recent news of her eldest daughter Princess Beatrice's engagement to close family friend Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in August.
She also recently opened up in an unprecedented candid interview with the Daily Mail about the cosmetic tweaks she's had over the years, including Botox, facelifts and organic fillers.
"It isn't just about aesthetics," Sarah told the publication.
"We have to think about our skin health," she says, explaining she hoped her mesotherapy - an injection of vitamins, minerals and amino acids – and laser treatments would help repair the damage her skin had undergone in the sun as a child.
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