On official occasions, such as the throne jubilee or Garter Days, Prince Andrew was not even allowed to appear with his family. But his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson is unreservedly with him.
Prince Andrew doesn’t seem to have too many fans in the British royal family at the moment. Since Virginia Giuffre’s allegations of sexual abuse against the 62-year-old, many have turned their backs on him.
On official occasions such as the throne jubilee or “Garter Days”, he was not even allowed to appear with his family. When he appeared at the memorial service for Prince Philip alongside his mother, the Queen, it is said to have caused upsets.
He spent his birthday in isolation – only his ex-wife Sarah “Fergie” Ferguson)
seems to still stand by him unreservedly.
Despite their divorce, the two have a good relationship, which they always emphasize. Since the serious allegations against the prince, Fergie has continued to express how much she appreciates him. This was also the case in an interview with “thetimes.co.uk”. She said: “I will stand by Andrew, who is a very good and kind man,” said the 62-year-old.
She also emphasizes that everyone should sweep their own house. One can assume that she will probably always defend her husband and does not regret for a second that she married him. She says of her marriage 36 years ago: “It was extraordinary. I think my life is wonderful. I was very lucky. And I’m starting my life all over again. And I think it’s pretty cool to be able to say that.”
Above all, for the 62-year-old, her family and with it the solidarity with her daughters Eugenie and Beatrice. In the interview, the 62-year-old also revealed that she has been there for her daughters even more since the scandal: “Whenever I look at my girls, I realize what the secret of being a good mother is. To be there. That’s all. Be there and listen.”
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The original of this article “Sarah Ferguson thinks Prince Andrew is a “very good man”” comes from Bunte.de.