Royal Fans Think Sarah Ferguson Wants To Rekindle Her Romance With Prince Andrew

Note: This article discusses sexual assault.

Sarah Ferguson's post-divorce relationship with her ex-husband Prince Andrew has been an interesting one. She's gone on the record to defend him, calling him "a kind, good man" and grandfather despite the sexual assault lawsuit that was brought upon him by his accuser Virginia Giuffre, according to Us Weekly. If that weren't enough, in 2015, she also called the father of her two children "the greatest man there is," adding, "It was the finest moment of my life in 1986 when I married him. He is a great man, the best in the world," per the Independent

She made her comments to the press after leaving her luxury winter home in Switzerland — the same home she reportedly shared with Prince Andrew — after he was accused of a little too much time with disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein in the late 1990s and early 2000s. The Duchess of York has been living in the Royal Lodge with her ex for many years too, as detailed by Hello! Magazine

Seeing how Sarah and Andrew are the closest divorced couple that the royal family has perhaps ever seen, it would only make sense for fans to think that she wants to rekindle her relationship with the prince. Furthermore, her latest appearance with the Duke of York has certainly raised a lot of eyebrows about a possible reunion between the two of them.

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Are Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew getting back together?

According to the Daily Beast, it seems like Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson are looking to get back together again. There's even been talk about wanting to remarry. The news comes right after King Charles had given the Duchess of York the greenlight to spend Christmas with the royal family this year, which is the first time she's done so in more than three decades, per Page Six. Sarah was all smiles as she walked alongside her daughters, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice, from Sandringham Estate to St. Mary Magdalene's church along with the rest of the royal family.

Sarah herself has not made any comments about the speculation just yet, but this isn't the first time that the topic of remarrying has come up. In 2021, one source told Vanity Fair that Prince Andrew appreciated all the support that he had gotten from his ex-wife these last few turbulent years. "It has rekindled something and I can see a second wedding happening if it all goes Andrew's way," the insider said. What's more, Sarah also told Poland's Polsat news that same year that despite being divorced, she has always lived by her wedding vows. "When you make that commitment, you decide to marry a prince — and I fell in love with him," she said (via the New York Post). "I keep my commitment, no matter what." It sounds like someone might want to book Windsor Castle for a party.