Hello, the magazine states that the Duchess of York has spoken out about her unusual relationship with her ex-husband Prince Andrew, denying speculations that the two are about to remarry. The royal couple split in 1992 and divorced in 1996.
However, they continued to live together at Royal Lodge in Windsor after divorce. The former pair have been dogged by rumors that they would one day reconcile romantically, something Sarah appears to have not ruled out – the source stated.
When asked about their relationship in an interview with The Telegraph, she teased,
“All I can say is that we’re happy with the way we are right now,” she added, “We always say we are the most contented divorced couple in the world. We’re divorced from each other, not from each other, we are co-parents who support each other and believe that family is everything. I’m proud of the job we have done together in bringing up our children and sustaining a strong family unit. Our bywords are communication, compromise, and compassion.”
As mentioned in the report, she also told, “I will say this: I feel very sorry for young people trying to date during this pandemic. It must be a nightmare! In answer to your question, there’s no one in my life.” While Sarah may be content with their current situation “right now,” she is still unmarried and admits that dating during a pandemic is a “nightmare” for her.
Sarah revealed her strong relationship with her former husband to the Daily Mail in 2018.
According to Hello magazine, Sarah stated; “July 23, 1986, was the happiest day of my life. Andrew is the best man I know. What he does for Britain is incredible; no one knows how hard he works for his country. My duty is to him. I am so proud of him. I stand by him and always will. The way we are is our fairy tale. Although we are not a couple, we really believe in each other. The Yorks are a united family. We’ve shown it. You saw it at the wedding.” She added, “We stand up for each other, fight for each other. We’re totally respectful of each other’s position and thoughts and we listen to each other. Our children listen to us, too. And we sit around the table and have afternoon tea together. It’s a very important part of our lives.”
We’ve never witnessed a post-divorce friendship quite like Sarah and Andrew’s.