The Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson and her tennis-raquet-carrying daughters, the Princesses Beatrice 11 and 10-year-old Eugenie, left Majorca yesterday aboard a private jet heading for Nice where they boarded a helicopter and nipped on to Monte Carlo ahead of this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix. Despite an on-going investigation into her financial affairs by the Inland Revenue, Fergie appeared relaxed after her week-long break in the sun and greeted the few photographers who had managed to find her with a polite good afternoon. Just what the Duchess has been up to over the past week remains a mystery. While security has been tight around the daughters, with two members of the Scotland Yard Royal protection squad travelling in the party which also included four other aides, the Duchess has been well away from the public eye at a house near the little village of Biniaraix. However, she is believed to have taken the girls for a few days sailing over to Minorca, but managed to stay one step ahead of the press throughout the week's stay. The Duchess had three flights booked yesterday, two with a scheduled airline to Nice via Madrid and Barcelona, with one of the reservations under the name of Mrs Paella, and the private jet. However, when Mrs Paella cancelled, focus centred on private jets. However, the party postponed takeoff by an hour and a half, but once a fleet of five Guardia Civil jeeps swooped into the private jet terminal, it was obvious that Fergie and the Princesses were on their way in three Ford Focus cars.
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