New York, May 28 (ANI): Sarah Ferguson has made up her mind to seek a public apology for her recent "cash for access" scam on Oprah Winfrey's show.
A sting operation by British tabloid the News of the World recently caught the Duchess of York setting a price tag of 500,000 pounds on an introduction to Prince Andrew, promising to open the door to lucrative international deals for the 'client'.
And Fergie will now be hoping to rebuild her tarnished image as she appears on "The Oprah Winfrey Show".
"Sarah knows she needs to apologize in person and believes 'Oprah' is the place to do that," the New York Post quoted a source as telling the Evening Standard.
The insider added: "She wants to reach the U.S. public, who have been so supportive of her in recent years, and the businessmen over there who she needs to get on side to support her book deals and future ventures. This is about drawing a line under what has happened and rebuilding her life."
The 10-minute interview will reportedly go on air next Tuesday in the US. (ANI)