After two decades of divorce, Royal couple's picture sparks talks about a reported reunion
In most cases, people get married with the intention of being together for the rest of their life. It is not always possible, though.
The Royal Family is not different in that aspect and, when Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson announced their engagement in March 1986 and got married on July 23 of the same year, they thought they would be together forever.
Things didn’t work out the way they would have liked and, in 1993, they parted ways. The divorce was finalized in 1996. While their romance was over, they had to keep their friendship going on to raise their daughters, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie.
They managed to do it in the best possible way and they were spotted together next to their children several times.
Now, despite the fact that they have been divorced for more than two decades, they still share a residence at the Royal Lodge at Windsor, where they live under the same roof.
On the most recent birthday that Andrew celebrated – February 19 – Ferguson took to Instagram to share a photo of him many years ago. As soon as people saw it, they started commenting that they might be thinking about getting back together.
Ferguson wished him a happy birthday and even referred to him as the best man, father, friend, and also as ‘the best looking.’
When they got divorced, everybody thought that she would lose her royal title, but she kept it and is still known as the Duchess of York. She is no longer a Royal Highness, though.
The Royal Family still invites her to the functions along with her daughters and she is treated as a member of them. Apart from that, she never stopped being involved with a number of charities.
One of them is the Teenage Cancer Trust, a charity that she patrons since 1990. Ferguson also founded the organization titled Children in Crisis, which seeks a better education for the youngest member of the family.
In the early 2000s, she joined the American Cancer Society and is deeply involved in most of their activities.