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Back in April, Sarah Ferguson launched “Storytime With Fergie and Friends” on her YouTube channel. In an introduction video, she explained that every day during the U.K. coronavirus lockdown, she’ll be reading a traditional children’s book for “all of the children out there who just need a little bit of magic.” The stories she's chosen are great, but even better are her on-theme looks, from a red cloak (for Little Red Riding Hood, natch) to so. many. flower. crowns. Check out some of our favorite ensembles below.

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1. 'little red riding hood'

Are you really performing a Juilliard-level rendition of the classic fairytale, Little Red Riding Hood, if you're not wearing a Red Riding Hood? We think not.

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2. 'where the wild things are'

For her adaptation of Maurice Sendak's Where the Wild Things Are, Fergie opted for a whimsical flower crown and two "wild things" of her own...her dogs.

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3. 'the wonkey donkey'

To be completely honest, we've never read Craig Smith's The Wonkey Donkey, but based on Fergie's outfit, we'd have to guess it's about silly hats?

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4. 'each peach pear plum'

From the bestselling illustrator/author team Janet and Allan Ahlberg, this book encourages young children to interact with each picture to find the next fairy tale and nursery rhyme character. An ideal match for yet another flower crown, don't you think?

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