Britain's Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson, was caught on camera Saturday apparently offering to sell access to her ex-husband, Prince Andrew.
Today, her attorney stated to the press that Fergy was guilty of a "serious lapse in judgment."
According to footage shown on the Evening News in America and elsewhere, Sarah Ferguson appears to ask for $40,000 in cash and 500,000 pounds ($718,500) by wire transfer, claiming she could introduce the undercover reporters to the prince plus maybe find a signed photo.
Prince Andrew, the second son of Queen Elizabeth and fourth in line to the throne categorically denied having any knowledge whatsoever of the meeting that took place between the Duchess of York and the people who secretly made the film, Buckingham Palace said in an official statement.
"Fergie," who has been no stranger to controversy, said she deeply regretted the sting, especially getting caught, and admitted her financial situation was "under stress," British media reported.
"I very deeply regret the situation and the embarrassment to the Royal family," Ferguson said in a statement.
And Prince Andrew? "I once was in love with Fergy, but she soon became a Royal pain in the ass."