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Duchess of York narrates September 11 memorial
Oct 30, 2012, 16:01 GMT
Britain's Duchess of York has lent her voice to a project honouring a 9/11 memorial.
Sarah Ferguson provided narration for a special production about the terrorist attacks which occurred when aeroplanes struck the World Trade Centre in New York in 2001, and David Goldberg, owner and director of Edge Studios - which produced the voice recording - admits the 53-year-old royal was perfect for the project.
He said: 'There is not a more satisfying feeling in the voice over industry than to exceed expectations. Having the right voice for a project can make or break a message and we take this very seriously.'
Last month, Sarah paid tribute to victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks along with her daughter Princess Beatrice when they attended an event at the London base of BGC International Stockbroking Global Stockbrokers to honour the lives of the company's 658 New York staff, who died during the tragedy.
Following the event, she took to her twitter account to BGC and charity Children in Crisis - which she founded and is life president of - for the 'wonderful event'.
She tweeted: 'BGC @bgccharityday thank you so much for today's wonderful event. Looking forward to supporting @ChildrenCrisis (sic)'
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