Fergie promises to support Prince Andrew when she says she “really understands the art of communication.”

The Duchess of York pledged her backing for Prince Andrew, describing him as “very good and kind” and saying he “really understands the art of communication with me.”

Sarah Ferguson, 62, made the comments during an interview with Iain Dale on LBC following Andrew’s settlement with Virginia Giuffre over sexual assault claims earlier this year.

Speaking of her first historical novel, Her Heart for a Compass, she added that she was grateful her daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, “had it.”

When asked about maintaining a good relationship with Andrew after their divorce, Ferguson said: “He is a very good and kind man.” He really understands the art of communication with me and trusts me.

‘We really communicated, committed to compassion. I will be by her side. It’s an amazing friendship and not just co-parenting, it’s just real.

‘Thank God the girls have [him]. He’s very naval and “how to do it” and a very real life and then they have the river running down which is me.

The Duchess of York pledged her support for Prince Andrew, describing him as “very good and kind” and saying he “really understands the art of communication with me.”

Referring to whether there was a fairy tale ending with her ex-husband, she said: ‘I think the happy ending is the way we are today and the way we lead by example with the ability to have a sense of mutual understanding.

“I don’t think I ever want to get into something where I can’t just jump in and have a sense of freedom. I think that’s key. I love to be free.

‘I would like to go to Poland tomorrow if I want to or if I want to go to Rwanda. I love how I am.

Ferguson also spoke to Times Radio on Tuesday morning and was asked if she would still choose to marry the duke if she could go back in time.

Ferguson responded effusively, “Oh yes, he is a very good and kind man.”

Referring to their wedding day, he added: “And it was an exceptional day, July 23, 1986. And it was just extraordinary.

Sarah Ferguson, 62, made the comments during an interview with Iain Dale on LBC following Andrew's settlement with Virginia Giuffre over sexual assault allegations earlier this year.

Sarah Ferguson, 62, made the comments during an interview with Iain Dale on LBC following Andrew’s settlement with Virginia Giuffre over sexual assault allegations earlier this year.

While discussing her first historical novel, Her Heart for a Compass, she added that she was grateful that her daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie,

While discussing her first historical novel, Her Heart for a Compass, she added that she was grateful her daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, “had it.”

‘I think my life is an amazing life. I think I’ve been very lucky. And now I’m starting my life all over again. And I think it’s great to be able to say that.

His comments come just days after Andrew was apparently banished during Garter Day, one of the royal calendar’s most colorful events, amid speculation he is pushing to return to royal life.

The Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cambridge reportedly pressed the Queen about her involvement.

The duke was apparently “crushed and confused” after being banned from attending the service on Monday, Finding Freedom author Omid Scobie said.

The controversial decision was clearly made at the last minute, because Andrew’s name was on the service order. A source told the Evening Standard: “The Duke of Cambridge stood his ground. If York insisted on participating publicly, he would withdraw ».

Meanwhile, a palace source said the decision to exclude Andrew from the public elements of Garter Day today was a “family decision”.

The mother-of-two later told the show, “And, you know, I’m going to hold my own with Andrew…a very good, kind man and that’s what I believe.”

Despite divorcing in 1996, Sarah and Andrew have remained on such good terms that they still share Royal Lodge, the Queen Mother's former home, on the Windsor estate, and visit the Queen together regularly at Windsor Castle.

Despite divorcing in 1996, Sarah and Andrew have remained on such good terms that they still share Royal Lodge, the Queen Mother’s former home, on the Windsor estate, and visit the Queen together regularly at Windsor Castle.

His comments come just days after Andrew was apparently banished during Garter Day, one of the most colorful events on the royal calendar, after the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cambridge pressured the Queen about his involvement.

His comments come just days after Andrew was apparently banished during Garter Day, one of the most colorful events on the royal calendar, after the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cambridge pressured the Queen about his involvement.

‘We are divorced. I think it’s very important, Mariella, that people realize that I don’t spend much time here in England, because I don’t want to. I’d rather be out.

‘I have built 156 schools in Africa and Poland. And, you know, and I just want to keep doing my philanthropic work.

Despite divorcing in 1996, Sarah and Andrew have remained on such good terms that they still share Royal Lodge, the Queen Mother’s former home, on the Windsor estate, and visit the Queen together regularly at Windsor Castle.

He previously described them as “the happiest divorced couple in the world”, living under the same roof at Royal Lodge, Windsor, but with their own rooms.

“We support each other like pillars of strength,” he added.

In 2014, they spent around £13m on a chalet in the luxurious Swiss ski resort of Verbier with both their names on the deed.

It emerged this week that the Duke of York’s controversial £18m retirement at the Swiss resort of Verbier, which is reportedly in the process of being sold, has been ordered frozen to help him pay sexual abuse accuser Virginia.

The legal move will ensure that a Swiss couple, with whom the duke has struck a business deal, will receive the £1.6m they are owed from the queen’s second son, the sources said.

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