Aug 26, 2013

Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew are getting married again

Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson and daughter Beatrice
In the British monarchical family may soon have entered into another marriage - but not quite normal. As they say informed sources, Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson seriously thinking about getting married for the second time.

The couple divorced in 1996, but this time continued to live on his estate in Windsor and brought together daughters Beatrice and Eugenie. Recently, they were spending the weekend in Scotland with Queen Elizabeth - this gave rise to a new wave of rumors about a possible reunion 53-year-old Andrew and Sarah, who is the same age as him. By the way, the events of Queen Ferguson was not present in the 90s - ever since she was not welcome at the palace because of its dubious reputation.

A close friend of the couple says the correspondent of The Daily Telegraph:

Mark my words, they will get married again, it's just a matter of time.

Another friend of former spouses expressed the same view:
I would not be surprised if they got married again. They're a great couple and wonderful parents.

Informed sources also point out that the Duke and Duchess still behave as if they are married.

Love story Andrew and Sarah began in the mid-80s when they were introduced Princess Diana. In July 1986, they were married in Westminster Abbey. Ten years later, the couple divorced - as the papers say - "because of Sarah's adultery." Ferguson has made no secret of the love of parties and a lot of time spent having fun without her husband, and in the press and then got her suggestive photos with other men. Duchess of divorce itself explains other reasons:
reason for our separation is not that I or someone Andrew appeared. We got divorced because I wanted to go out and work, but, as Andrew and I decided it would be wrong to do so, as part of the royal family.

After the divorce, Ferguson met with Italian aristocrat Gaddo della Gherardesca, then Norwegian magnate Gere Frantsenom. Prince Andrew is also attributed to various novels - including a socialite Goga Ashkenazi.

Sources of the royal entourage confirmed: Sarah Ferguson, the newly adopted into the family, although it was not invited to the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton and is unlikely to be invited the christening of Prince George. However, according to Daily Mail, with sharp criticism of the Duchess of York speaks Prince Philip - his father, Andrew, and the husband of Queen Elizabeth. 

Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew, despite the divorce, continue to behave as spouses
Wedding of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, 1986
Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew in 1987

2000: the ex-wife of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson and her daughters Beatrice and Eugenie