SARAH Ferguson was blasted yesterday after throwing a party at Buckingham Palace for David Beckham’s daughter Harper — behind the Queen’s back.

The tea party, days before Harper’s sixth birthday, was hosted by Fergie in ex-husband Prince Andrew’s private suite while the Queen was in Scotland. Beckham’s online pictures of the party yesterday sparked a backlash.
One mum said: “Party at Bucks Palace? Don’t think they’d let me do that.”
Several people said it was wrong that Beckham should be able to use his celebrity and royal friendships to claim privileges denied ordinary families.
Royal watchers claimed the party had been deliberately timed to ­coincide with a visit to Scotland by the Queen and Prince Philip.
And there was said to be “discontent” among Palace staff because it was held in Prince Andrew’s private suite.
A Royal insider said: “It’s very ­surprising Fergie would host a celebrity party at Buckingham Palace.
“The Queen and Prince Philip are away up in Scotland. He would never allow her to do something like this in the house when he was there — but the Queen still has a soft spot for her.
“I can’t remember an occasion when she actually hosted something at Buckingham Palace.
“So it’s an extraordinary situation, especially seeing there doesn’t appear to be a charity involved.”
Royal sources said the party could not have happened without Prince Andrew’s permission.
Beckham, whose desperation for a knighthood was revealed in leaked emails, yesterday proudly shared pictures from the event with his millions of Instagram followers.
One shot shows Harper in a Cinderella outfit posing with Eugenie, 27.

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