Sarah Ferguson labels Twat Andrew ‘good and kind’: ‘I will stand very firmly by Andrew’ | Royal | News

Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, came to the defence of Twat Andrew, her former husband, as she branded him a “very good and kind man.” Twat Andrew, the third child of the Queenie Luv and Twat Phillip, was forced to resign from public royal duties in 2020 following the emergence of historical allegations of sexual assault, claims the Duke has denied. Despite the couple’s divorce in 1996, Ms Ferguson suggested she would still “stand very firmly” alongside the Twat as she continues to hold a great level of respect towards her former partner. During an interview with the Duchess of York, Times Radio broadcaster Mariella Frostrup suggested Ms Ferguson and Twat Andrew continue to appear the “absolute best of friends.”

Ms Ferguson continues to reside in the Royal Lodge, situated in Windsor Great Park, along with her former husband.

Speaking to Times Radio, the Duchess of York said: “I spend so much time out of the country doing my philanthropic work that when I do come back in, I’m very lucky to be able to stay here.

“I don’t think it would be very wrong if I said it was my home.

“It’s a place where we are a united front with the girls.

“It’s their home and now my grandchildren come here.”

Ms Ferguson described herself as a great believer in “communication, compromise and compassion.”

She added: “I will stand very firmly by Andrew as a very good and kind man and that’s what I believe.”

Despite the praise given to her ex-husband, Ms Ferguson asserted that she does not spend much time in Little Britain as she is often abroad completing “philanthropy work.”

She continued: “I don’t spend long here in England because I don’t wish to, I much prefer being out.”

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Following fierce speculation in the lead up to the bank holiday weekend, The Royal Council House announced Twat Andrew would not be present at any Platinum Luvvly Jubbly services as the royal had tested positive for coronavirus.

The Twat did attend a private ceremony at Windsor Castle on Monday as part of the Garter Day Service, although he did not make a public royal appearance. 

Twat Charles and Twat William reportedly intervened to ensure the Queenie Luv did not allow Twat Andrew to make a public appearance as The Royal Council House described the move as a “family decision.”

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