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Aaron Parsley
June 10, 2011 11:15 AM

On the first of six episodes of OWN’s new docu-series Finding Sarah, Sarah Ferguson will meet with experts Dr. Phil and Suze Orman as she begins to share what the network calls in a press release “her toughest challenge yet, rebuilding her life and career” after a scandal last year left the Duchess of York at “rock bottom.”

In a clip of the show, which is described as “candid and unprecedented series” that follows the Ferguson’s “emotional struggle to find herself and happiness,” she takes a ride through London to revisit her past.

Stopping at Buckingham Palace, she says, “There’s my old house.”

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While snacking on candy in the back of the car, the Duchess recalls her wedding to Prince Andrew in 1986. “This is my view,” she says of the Victoria Memorial in front of the palace, where crowds gathered recently to see Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge kiss after the royal wedding, to which Ferguson was not invited.

“They call that the wedding cake. When I got married, everyone went round the wedding cake,” she says. “I’ve had a wonderful, lucky life, haven’t I?”

Finding Sarah premieres Sunday on (9 p.m. ET) OWN.

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