Sarah Ferguson: Queen Elizabeth II’s beautiful honor for this summer

The Queen of England has decided to invite Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson to her Balmoral Castle for the summer vacations. It seems that the fallen prince is back in the royal family ….

It’s a tradition she never breaks. Every summer, Queen Elizabeth II spends her vacations at Balmoral Castle in the north of Scotland. The 95-year-old queen makes it a point to visit her beloved Scottish castle. If for the very first time the Queen of England will have to face the solitude without her late husband, Prince Philip, she will be able to count on the presence and support of her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren who come to visit her in the Highlands.

If Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles or Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, are regulars at Balmoral Castle, the name of Sarah Ferguson was not really expected this year. And for good reason, her former husband, Prince Andrew, was deposed by his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, because of his involvement in the Jeffrey Epstein scandal. Despite her exile from the royal family, the one nicknamed “Fergie” was invited to spend a few days of rest at Balmoral, according to information from royal expert and journalist Richard Eden, who officiates at the Daily Mail.

A divorced couple, but welded

Unlike her previous visits where she had to leave Balmoral before the arrival of Prince Philip, this time the Duchess of York can stay at the castle as long as her ex-husband, Prince Andrew, favorite son of the Queen of England. “Sarah Ferguson is coming. She will be there with Prince Andrew,” a source revealed to journalist Richard Eden. Despite the fact that they have been divorced for 25 years, the parents of Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie have remained close. The former lovebirds even continue to live together, at the Royal Lodge in Windsor, the official residence of Prince Andrew. It would seem that the time of redemption has come for the York couple …

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