Monday, March 09, 2009

Canada could've saved her marriage: Duchess of York Says


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Who knows what could have been, perhaps shes right, but then no word on what Prince Andrew would say on this.

Canada could've saved her marriage: Duchess of York

If only the Duchess and Duke of York had moved to the Great White North, their shaky marriage might have been saved, Sarah Ferguson says.
 09/03/2009 6:00:53 PM
CBC News

The former member of the Royal Family told CBC News there had been talk of her ex-husband, Prince Andrew, taking the largely symbolic job as Governor General, the Queen's representative in Canada. "We could have been Governor of Canada living in Ottawa in the Government House," Ferguson said in an interview about co-producing the recently released film The Young Victoria. "It would have kept us together and we would probably be together now." There was talk in the nation's capital soon after Ferguson's 1986 wedding to Prince Andrew that the couple could become royal representatives, but nothing was ever confirmed.

Ferguson, known commonly as Fergie, and Prince Andrew separated six years after their wedding and divorced in 1996. They had two daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie. What it was about Canada that held the promise of marital bliss is uncertain, but Ferguson mused that the prince might not have been as preoccupied with his military career.
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