Pamela Connellan


Fergie and Prince Andrew may say "I do AGAIN"

Fergie and Prince Andrew may say "I do AGAIN"

It’s been reported Prince Andrew wants to say “I do” again with his ex and the mother of his children – Sarah Ferguson – 25 years after they divorced.

But first he’ll have to survive the sex-assault lawsuit which was filed against him this week by Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who claims she was forced to have sex with the prince three times – beginning when she was 17.

These charges relate to incidents two decades ago, when the complainant says she was also being abused by the financier Jeffrey Epstein, according to a court filing.

These accusations from Roberts Giuffre have come to light earlier but have only just been confirmed in this lawsuit. As a result, Prince Andrew has been relieved of his royal duties.

Fergie has continued to defend him in the face of these accusations and Prince Andrew denies all of the allegations. It’s thought the support of Fergie in this situation, is one of the factors which has brought the royal couple closer.

Royal romance rekindled during COVID lockdown

After being divorced in 1996, Prince Andrew and Fergie have apparently rekindled their romance during the COVID pandemic and have even been living together at the Royal Lodge, sources told Vanity Fair magazine.

One source added: “It has rekindled something and I can see a second wedding happening if it all goes Andrew’s way.”

Fergie recently told Polsat News she still lives by her vows from her 1986 marriage, even though the couple divorced in 1996.

“I keep my commitment, no matter what,” the Duchess of York said.

Last month Fergie told WSFM’s Jonesy and Amanda that her wedding to Prince Andrew at Westminster Abbey was “the greatest moment of my life”.

“I had my handsome Prince, he’s also a sailor, he had a sword, I mean you couldn’t write it could you, it was a fairy tale,” she said.

“It was a great love story and I guess that’s why we’re best friends now. It was just really extraordinary,” she added.

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