Questions arise as Sarah Ferguson was not seen since Queen Elizabeth II’s death has gone unnoticed and now here is the reason for her absence.
Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, shares a close relationship with Queen Elizabeth II and has not attended any mourning events since the Queen’s death on Sept. 8.
Royal expert Shannon Felton Spence told Fox News Digital that Sarah Ferguson short, or Fergie, will attend the Queen’s last funeral.
“She’ll be at the funeral, but where she will be sitting will be interesting,” “She’s not an official member of the royal family anymore. So I don’t think she’ll be sitting next to Andrew.”
Spence hinted on the vehicle procession that followed Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin to Westminster Hall on Wednesday that
“We saw the wives in the cars behind the procession, but not Fergie. That is where you can see the reality that they are divorced, even though they still live together and are so close.”
According to Hilary Fordwich, the Royal expert pointed out that Fergie’s participation in the funeral arrangements would not be “prominent” if Prince Andrew and Fergie were still married.
All those who attended the rights are actual spouses, as Fergie is not the actual spouse of the Duke of York. He added that even after the divorce, their relationship is very good. As Fergie has supported Andrew, though they were married, one couldn’t see her by his side.
Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson got married in 1986 and divorced in 1996, just months before King Charles divorced Princess Diana. The couple shares two children, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.
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Even after the divorce, Fergie was closely connected with Queen Elizabeth II. Following the death of the late Queen, The Duchess of York paid tribute on her social media account
“I am heartbroken by the passing of Her Majesty the Queen. She leaves behind an extraordinary legacy: the most fantastic example of duty and service and steadfastness, and a constant steadying presence as our head of state for more than 70 years.”
“She has given her whole life selflessly to the people of the UK & the Commonwealth. To me, she was the most incredible mother-in-law and friend. I will always be grateful to her for the generosity she showed me in remaining close to me even after my divorce.”
The possibility exists that Ferguson’s lack of a bond with her mother contributed to her tight relationship with the Queen. After divorcing Ferguson’s father and getting remarried, the mother of The Duchess of York perished in a vehicle accident in 1998.
For The Duchess of York, her mother-in-law has been more of a mother to her, which she mentioned in a 2021 podcast “Tea with Twiggy.” For her, the Queen is a great mentor, and her consistency has been a great honor for her that makes her cry.
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