Sarah Ferguson was ecstatic to spend time with the Queen during Prince Andrew’s Balmoral vacation.
SARAH FERGUSON is having a “wonderful time” at Balmoral and is “overjoyed” to be spending time with the Queen.
Sarah Ferguson was “overjoyed” by the prospect of spending time with the Queen and Prince Andrew. Fergie is in a “happy” phase, according to royal analyst Angela Levin, who believes the Duchess is now “back in the crowd.” Ms Levin feels that Fergie would not have been welcomed at Balmoral until recently, but that he may now have a “very lovely time.”
“I think she is going through a very happy phase,” Ms Levin told GB News.
“For starters, she has a book out, a first novel that I don’t think has done particularly well, but she has published her first novel.”
“[Fergie] is also overjoyed that she can now accompany him on holiday to Balmoral and spend time with the Queen, who she claims is a much better mother to her than her own mother, which is very interesting.”
“However, it’s something she’s never been able to do before, and I believe it’s been 30 years.
“Because the Duke of Edinburgh couldn’t stand her being in the same room with him.”
“He refused to let her stay because he believed she had tarnished the monarchy.
“So she thinks she’s back in the crowd now,” says the narrator.
“She’s back there with him, and they’re going to have a great time.”
“Sarah and Andrew have been closer than ever in the past year,” an insider told Vanity Fair.
“They are still very much in love and care about each other, and they have been living together since the pandemic began.
“It’s rekindled something, and if everything goes Andrew’s way, I could see a second wedding.”
The Duchess of York, on the other hand, has been tight-lipped about the possibility of remarriage.
“All I can say is that we’re delighted with the way things are right now,” the 61-year-old told Camilla Tominey of The Telegraph.
“We constantly claim to be the world’s happiest divorced couple.
“We’re divorced from each other, not from each other,” she says.