0 3 mins 1 mth

Sarah’s marriage publicly broke down after she was photographed on two occasions with other men

Sarah Ferguson remains faithful to a promise made to the late Queen concerning Prince Andrew despite divorcing decades ago.

The pair even still live together at Royal Lodge, Andrew’s 30-room Windsor home, and Sarah has declared them the “happiest divorced couple in the world”.

While not many divorced couples can boast the closeness that Fergie and Andrew share, one royal expert has claimed that the late Queen Elizabeth may have had a hand in why Fergie has stayed so close to the disgraced royal since he stepped back from duties in 2019.

Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, told The Sun that Fergie’s incredible loyalty to Andrew is unlikely to waver after so many years of closeness, with both parties supporting the other whenever they had become embroiled in scandals of any kind. 

Seward added that this doesn’t mean it’s all been plain sailing over the years between them and that when the couple were first married, Sarah found Andrew’s ‘arrogant’ style challenging.

The expert said that despite all of the challenges they have faced, Sarah isn’t likely to step away from Andrew any time soon, and Seward claimed this may have something to do with the late Queen. 

“Sarah must have talked to the Queen and she must have said ‘Please look after Andrew for me’. And that’s what she is going to do. I don’t think she will leave him and I don’t think they’ll get married again.”

The expert also noted that “She is not going to walk out on Andrew because he supported her in all the various scandals she has been involved in.”

Back in 1992, Sarah’s marriage publicly broke down after she was photographed on two occasions with other men, and while she was not welcomed into the inner royal circle for some time after these scandals, over the years it hasn’t impacted her relationship with Andrew, who was widely said to be the late Queen Elizabeth’s favourite son.

Sarah has only ever spoken highly of her former mother-in-law, saying during a podcast appearance that “honestly, my mother-in-law has been more of a mother to me than my mother. [She’s] never faltered,” and adding that Queen Elizabeth was her “greatest mentor”. 

These days, the late Queen’s beloved corgis, Sandy and Muick, both live at Royal Lodge with Andrew and Sarah.

Source link

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *