Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew got officially divorced in 1996. They have two daughters Beatrice and Eugenie together. Although the couple got divorced for various reasons they still maintain amicable relations and have continued to parent their daughters together. Of one of the reasons behind their divorce, one was Prince Andrew’s military services for which he had to remain away for long periods. Sarah Ferguson also handled her first pregnancy alone in her husband’s absence. Her loneliness resulted in various behaviors that were not accepted by the Royal family and the divorce was inevitable. After the divorce, Sarah Ferguson pursued her creative endeavors. She is a writer and producer.
Sarah and Diana also shared a great friendship despite many attempts to turn them against each other.
Not only has this couple continued to maintain the amicable relationship they have also lived together with their daughters Beatrice and Eugenie in the Royal Lodge, Berkshire England. The 30 room Royal Lodge is sprawled over 40 hectares of land. When Sarah was asked how it was like living together with her ex-husband, she replied that their busy schedules did not let them interact much.
For the past few months, news of Prince Andrew marrying Sarah Ferguson has been resurfacing. Sarah Ferguson is popularly known as Fergie also shares endearing pictures with Prince Andrew on her Instagram account. She often expresses how proud she is of Andrew and her daughters. According to Sarah, she and Andrew are the ‘happiest divorced couple.’ Sarah and Andrew were seen together on their elder daughter Eugenie’s wedding, Lady Gabriella’s wedding and very recently on Trooping the Colour event of 2019. Their pictures show a happy couple smiling and laughing with their daughters. Royal fans are anxiously waiting for this couple to reunite.
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