Sarah, Duchess of York — writer, philanthropist, social activist, film producer and television presenter. The former wife of Prince Andrew, Duke of York, second son of Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. As they say, Sarah Ferguson — the only one who managed to escape from Windsor to remain happy. For the first time in two decades, gave a great inetrview. In it she told of the scandalous divorce:
We’re the happiest divorced couple in the world. We just stopped being husband and wife.
She also remembered how she had to watch their daughters on TV every Christmas. After all, they pointed him to the Royal family in Sandringham, and she could not go to them.
I always went to a wedding and thought: Why mother of the bride crying?”. Only after my daughter got married, I realized. It’s so amazing to see that your daughter grew up, left home and started their own lives.
I thought about those at the wedding is… About Princess Diana. Most of all I miss her ringing laughter. Diana was my best friend and the funniest person I knew. She was very witty. I’m so glad that you were familiar with it. We just laughed and enjoyed life, I’m sure she would have loved the wedding.
Ferguson recalled how after birth, began to rapidly gain weight due to a natural predisposition to excess weight:
I know what to destroy himself with his hatred, because when you eat, you feel good, and then they start to blame themselves. It’s such a vicious circle.
Sarah called her ex-husband, the sole gentleman, and said that they are still incredibly happy together, just outside of marriage: Our love is unfathomable. But are we to be married? I don’t think. I’m free and wild nature, but no one will take his place in my heart. July 23, 1986 was the happiest day of my life. Andrew’s the best man I know. What he does for Britain, it’s incredible. I’m so proud of them. I support him and always will.
The writer also answered the question, they are not going to get married again:
So many people asked me about it, but we are very pleased with the relations that we have now. We enjoy each other’s company and allow each of us to be ourselves. I know it sounds like a fairy tale, but it is.