Sarah Ferguson

The Duchess of York has defended her ex-husband amid the allegations of rape before.
Get your fascinators ready: The royal wedding is happening on Oct. 12!
Harry and Meghan’s nuptials are the latest in a tradition of glamorous British royal weddings throughout the 20th century.
Suspending the Magna Carta seems almost unthinkable. It has been in effect since 1215 when it was imposed to curb the abuse of authority by King John I (best known for his villainous role in the Robin Hood legend).
Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew may not have had the most seamless of marriages, but that doesn't mean they aren't up for giving it another go. In fact, sources are now saying that the divorced pair is headed to the altar once again.
Perhaps her dreams will finally come true this time. That is, if Fergie's reps aren't to be trusted. Speaking to Us Weekly
Fergie was spotted leaving the Aberdeen airport en route to meet up with ex-husband Prince Andrew and her daughters, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, at Balmoral, where she stayed in the main castle for the first time since her 1996 divorce.
So why is the queen finally warming up to Fergie? Royal gossipers might have you think that the olive branch has been extended
Wimbledon fever was still running strong in London last night for the Novak Djokovic Foundation inaugural gala dinner. Naturally