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 January 3, 2024

Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew contemplating a second marriage

There are recent reports that Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew are contemplating a second marriage. However, ought they to have divorced to begin with?

According to Major Ronald Ferguson, the father of Sarah, the Palace coerced them into the situation and recommended a protracted separation. According to a source, Prince Philip and Princess Margaret were also eager to evict Sarah from the family, as The Daily Mail reported.

They successfully persuaded the Queen to adopt their point of view, and at least one source claims that upon the 1996 divorce of Charles and Diana, the Yorks were "persuaded" to follow suit.

Now that the most formidable barrier to remarriage (Prince Philip) has been removed, questions have come up as to whether it's possible to reestablish the union.

According to documents that were previously classified, John Profumo, the minister of the Conservative Party at the time, concealed the fact that soldiers stationed at Balmoral to protect the monarch were being paid less than beaters for royal photographs.

Regarding the probable rekindling, Angela Levin told Patrick Christys on Great Britain News that the late Queen Elizabeth II "always liked" the Duchess of York.

Levin asserts that considerable "rethinking" has occurred in recent years, as she continues to steadfastly support the monarchy despite her 1996 divorce from Andrew.

“I think the big change is the cancer she had”, Levin said.

"You can keep separate and you want to go your own way but if you are a loving couple, you live together while not married, you start rethinking. She was obviously very ill. Her operation was 10 hours long and she came back to live in the lodge.

“She has never said a bad word about the monarchy or Prince Andrew, she always said ‘he’s a wonderful father’ and stuck to being very moral.”

“He was off with the Navy and she got restless. He got restless and she said we both realised we had open marriages. I’m not quite sure what she meant by that, I won’t dig into it. But I think it was very difficult.”

Levin remains skeptical that the Royal Family would benefit from a potential rekindling.

Author of "The Crown" admits she doesn't know if she's a "good friend" to the royal family. She expressed her doubt about whether she is a decent friend.

“But she does lots of charity work and most of her charity work is for children. A lot of that is for children with cancer. That’s very helpful because there’s very few people doing that.”

Written By:
Charlotte Tyler

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