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Sarah Ferguson's news: How Andrew's relationship with Fergie "YOUR LIFE" Charles Royal | News

Sarah Ferguson formally divorced Prince Andrew in 1996, four years after their separation in 1992. Their brutal marriage glanced at Prince Charles and Princess Diana, who also divorced in 1996 after the separation in 1992. Queen Elizabeth II was forced to intervene with the couples when she urged them to divorce for meetings at Sandringham during Christmas in 1995.

However, despite the excellent nature of their breakup, Andrew maintains good relations with the mother of his two children, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenia.

Today, the couple still live on the same property, and the picture for them last year at the wedding of Evgeny shared the gentle feeling among the royal observers.

However, Andrei's relationship with his ex-wife "really loses" the Prince of Wales, according to royal expert Kathy Nicole.

Speaking on the 2017 Netflix documentary "Windsor's Royal House," she said: "He [Andrew] is the responsibility of the Royal Family.

"His relationship with his ex-wife [Sarah Ferguson] is one of the things, I'm told, that it really loses Charles.

"It all contributes to something that just is not very delicious."

However, Charles 'and Andrew' s relations have collapsed is not a secret.

The heir to the throne he skipped his brother during the celebrations of the Queen Diamond Jubilee in 2012, as the so-called "magnificent seven" on the Buckingham Palace's balcony.

Charles appeared with the Queen, Prince William, Prince Harry, Camilla Parker Bowles and Kate Middleton – while Prince Philip was absent from the disease.

Of great importance, Prince Andrew, Princess Eugenia and Princess Beatrice were excluded – ostensibly, provoking anger from the Duke of York.

Royal expert Phil Dumierre argues: "Prince Andrew thinks that when the duke dies and the queen descends, she should play a greater role for him and for his girlfriends.

"This is a bit of a struggle for power, for which Charles will not be happy."

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