Sarah Ferguson Created New Social Media Post About Prince Andrew, And It Tells A Lot About Her Real Feelings

Date June 12, 2018

Call us hopeless romantics, but we live for a good “get-back-together-story.” Who doesn’t want to hear a tale of rekindled love? We certainly do! And when it has to do with someone from the royal family, it doubles the intrigue.


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For this reason, we have been following the three-decade-long love story of Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew. The royal pair was married for ten years before divorcing in 1996, but they still kept their relationship very friendly, or more?


Duchess Sarah still shows signs of affection to her ex-husband, and we are waiting for the day when the two will make the long-awaited announcement that they are back together.

Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson are not like most divorced couples. Their friendship has been going strong for more than 20 years, as they put the interests of their two daughters ahead of everything.


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It is very natural that their relationship only got stronger with years, which makes many play with the thought that the two will officially reunite someday, especially considering that the Duchess Sarah keeps dropping massive hints about her feelings towards Prince Andrew.

Take for example a recent post Fergie created about her ex-husband in honor of his first-ever participation in the Trooping the Colour in the new position. Sarah could not contain her excitement for her beloved prince’s new role as Colonel of the Grenadier Guards.

She captured the photo, saying she’s very proud of her former husband. On its own, the post doesn’t seem as exciting, but considering that it’s one of many, you can see why it sparks our hopes.

With the birth of Prince William and Kate’s third baby, which puts Prince Andrew at the seventh place in line to the throne, it doesn’t seem so unlikely that we will hear the wedding bells someday. According to the Royal Marriages Act 1772, the first six people in succession for the Head of Commonwealth title are obligated to ask the Queen's permission before they marry someone. This means Prince Andrew now can pop a question to anyone he chooses. But who could it be, we wonder?

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