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    Quote Originally Posted by Alixana View Post
    People in a Maharishi commune have internet access?
    If you can tune into the proper transcendental plane, sure.

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    http://www.digitalspy.com/celebrity/...o-remarry.html

    Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew 'back together, planning to remarry'
    Published Sunday, Aug 25 2013, 10:31am EDT | By Colin Daniels

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    Sarah Ferguson has reportedly rekindled her romance with Prince Andrew.

    The Duke and Duchess of York, who divorced in 1996, are so close that they are planning to remarry, according to The Daily Telegraph.

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    I wouldn't be surprised to learn that Andrew and Sarah were never really apart all these years. Good luck to them if they do decide to remarry.

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    I'll believe that when I see it confirmed by other than tabloid sources; such as official Royal channels.

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    I wouldn't be surprised to learn that Andrew and Sarah were never really apart all these years.
    Partners in crime.

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    Has Prince Philip given his blessing for this? I've always heard he couldn't stand Sarah and the fact that she had to leave Balmoral before Philip arrived a few weeks ago still kind of confirms that theory. They might remarry after he dies, but I question it happening before then.

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    Why would it take Philip's blessing? Those two have already proved that they go their own way without regard to what anyone thinks. And Philip really doesn't have any power that the Queen doesn't give him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taf2002 View Post
    And Philip really doesn't have any power that the Queen doesn't give him.
    Neither does Andrew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vagabond View Post
    Neither does Andrew.
    That's not the point. centerstage implied that the marriage might not go forward if Philip disapproved. My point was that Philip couldn't stop it if Andrew was stupid enough to take Fergie back.

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    I haven't followed them, but the article says she lives with him, and if she really was invited to Balmoral -from what I understand the Queen's most private residence, family only, then that's a pretty big deal, no?

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    Fergie's pretty delusional if she cloaks her schism with the royal family as a symptom of her commercialism. Not that this would be the first time that she doesn't take responsibility for her foul-ups. She's lucky that she didn't end up in jail for the influence peddling stunt(s).
    Last edited by heckles; 08-26-2013 at 04:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taf2002 View Post
    That's not the point. centerstage implied that the marriage might not go forward if Philip disapproved. My point was that Philip couldn't stop it if Andrew was stupid enough to take Fergie back.
    Actually, it very much is the point.

    1. If he wants to marry anyone, he either needs the Queen's consent or has to give the Privy Council a year's notice (and hope that both houses of Parliament refrain from expressly disapproving the marriage). Otherwise, the marriage would be void. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Marriages_Act_1772

    2. His housing and much of his income is either directly dependent on his mother or, at the very least, dependent on being in her good graces.

    I suspect, however, that if Andrew and Sarah really want to get married again, the Queen will consent, regardless of how her husband feels about it.

    eign's consent may marry one year after giving notice to the Privy Council of their intention to so marry, unless both houses of Parliament expressly declare their disapproval.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vagabond View Post
    Actually, it very much is the point.

    1. If he wants to marry anyone, he either needs the Queen's consent or has to give the Privy Council a year's notice (and hope that both houses of Parliament refrain from expressly disapproving the marriage). Otherwise, the marriage would be void. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Marriages_Act_1772
    Not quite.

    If he wanted to remain a royal, yes. Given he's unlikely to ever be king, there's nothing to stop him renouncing his right to the throne and then marrying whoever the hell he wants! Think Edward VIII...
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    Quote Originally Posted by *Jen* View Post
    Given he's unlikely to ever be king, there's nothing to stop him renouncing his right to the throne and then marrying whoever the hell he wants!
    Eh, I think Andy and his old bird are shrewd enough to realize that they can keep the posh digs if they also keep their currish coupling on the DL.

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    it has only been 3 yrs since fergie tried to sell access to andrew, i think their remarriage would be unpopular with more than just he DoE

    and andrew has the best of both worlds, he bangs fergie for old times sake and trades underaged girls with jeffrey epstein. i think fergie was in balmoral because bea is close to engagement.
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    Andrew is trying to get his daughters to have full time careers as Royals. He. Will. Never. Leave, lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coco View Post
    Andrew is trying to get his daughters to have full time careers as Royals. He. Will. Never. Leave, lol
    His daughters are royals in their own right, although that said, risk becoming rather obscure. The more kids Wills and Harry have, the further down the line they're bumped...
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    Quote Originally Posted by *Jen* View Post
    His daughters are royals in their own right, although that said, risk becoming rather obscure. The more kids Wills and Harry have, the further down the line they're bumped...
    Is that so bad? If all you want to do is have a secure home and income, enjoy the parties and pageants, and do a little charity work, then maybe it's a good thing that you are further from the throne and don't need to take on as much responsibility.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenny View Post
    Is that so bad? If all you want to do is have a secure home and income, enjoy the parties and pageants, and do a little charity work, then maybe it's a good thing that you are further from the throne and don't need to take on as much responsibility.
    True

    I read an article about a year ago about why things were tough for them. They are both well educated, but couldn't find work after uni. It's difficult to find a job suitable for a royal in the first place since the men go into the military and the women have never had to work, but with this economy....

    The article was stating the further they get from the throne, the more pressing it is for them to find work or marry.

    And as for parties...didn't they both give up drinking after one too many embarrassing incidents? I think one had a stolen car...Eugenie maybe?
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    Everyone, royal or not, deserves the opportunity to find the career/job meant for them.
    I hope the younger generation - particularly the women royals - are able to do so.

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