Prince Andrew's ex-wife will celebrate Christmas with the royal family for the first time in 30 years
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Sarah “Fergie” Ferguson, Duchess of York, hasn't been to Sandringham since the long-standing erotic photo scandal.
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King Charles is rumored to have invited the scandalous Sarah Ferguson, ex-wife of the equally scandalous Prince Andrew, to celebrate Christmas with the royal family at Sandringham. This will be Fergie's first Christmas with the rest of the “firm” in 30 years. The Sun writes about it.
“Carl's invitation for Fergie to spend Christmas with the royal family for the first time in 30 years shows his kindness, but Prince Philip wouldn't let that happen,” royal expert Phil Dampier said.
However, there is no evidence that Prince Andrew is forgiven, especially after he became involved in a sex scandal with Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell. Epstein famously committed suicide in prison, while Ghislaine ended up in jail. Andrew was sent into exile and deprived of maintenance. He is also no longer acting as a member of the royal family.
Though an insider reports staff at Sandringham have already been instructed to prepare rooms for Andrew, 62, Sarah Ferguson, 63, their daughters Beatrice, 34, and 32-year-old Eugenia, as well as their own husbands and two children. But there is no official confirmation of this.
But divorce was not the main reason. After the breakup, the Duchess of York was at the center of a scandal when the paparazzi photographed her with an admirer, financier John Bryan, kissing her feet.
Prince Philip was reportedly furious. And the duchess celebrated Christmas alone for 30 years. Her daughters, Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice, always received an invitation to the Royal Christmas.
It is known that Prince William and his family, and Zara Tindall will arrive in Sandringham. According to rumors, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will also receive invitations, but according to experts, they will spend the first Christmas without Queen Elizabeth II in the USA.