When we were in the dumps – ‘A little girl’s wish for a little girl’

The comedian who went viral when she said “A little boy’s wish is for a girl” is back to talk about it.

Sarah Ferguson has spoken out about the experience of being bullied and told her story to the BBC.

Sarah’s father, who has autism, told the broadcaster she is “so lucky” to have his daughter.

“I feel lucky to have a daughter who has an autism diagnosis, I think it’s a little bit of a miracle that she can still have a voice, and the kind of confidence that she has in herself and her confidence is something that I think that is a very special gift that is given by a little child, and that I would love to share with the world.” “

The comedian’s mum, Samantha Ferguson, said she was “very sad” when her daughter was bullied. “

I feel lucky to have a daughter who has an autism diagnosis, I think it’s a little bit of a miracle that she can still have a voice, and the kind of confidence that she has in herself and her confidence is something that I think that is a very special gift that is given by a little child, and that I would love to share with the world.”

The comedian’s mum, Samantha Ferguson, said she was “very sad” when her daughter was bullied.

“And it was so awful to watch, because I think she was bullied just because she had an autistic diagnosis.” “

A video of Sarah’s mother responding to the incident was uploaded to YouTube, where it was viewed more than 2 million times in a matter of days. “

And it was so awful to watch, because I think she was bullied just because she had an autistic diagnosis.”

A video of Sarah’s mother responding to the incident was uploaded to YouTube, where it was viewed more than 2 million times in a matter of days.

In a message to Sarah’s mum on YouTube, Sarah’s dad wrote: “She’s going be a superhero for the rest of her life, I’m so glad she’s here.”