Sarah Ferguson appears glum with ex Andrew after its revealed she wont be at coronation
Sarah Ferguson was looking downcast over the weekend, as she was photographed leaving the Royal Lodge with her ex-husband Prince Andrew, just days after it was announced she will not be attending the coronation of King Charles.
Sarah, 63, was snapped sitting in the passenger seat of a Range Rover that her ex-husband was driving. Opting for a rather casual look she appeared to be wearing a brown blazer and blue shirt. Meanwhile Andrew, 63, sported a blue jacket, which he wore over a red shirt.
The Duchess of York, often known by her nickname Fergie, had previously said that her attendance at the coronation was "TBD" – shorthand for ‘to be decided’.
And with invitations having long since gone out, it has since been confirmed that she will not be in an attendance at the historic event.
This is despite the fact that both her daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, are expected to be in attendance, along with their husbands.
During a recent appearance on Loose Women to promote her upcoming historical romance novel A Most Intriguing Lady, Sarah shared her plans for watching the coronation at home, adding that she didn't expect to be invited to the occasion.
She said: "I personally will be having a little tea room and coronation chicken sandwich and putting out the bunting, that’s what I’m going to be doing.
"I also love to watch it on telly because you hear a lot on telly, the commentators' are always good and then everyone, all the family come back."
She added that she doesn't expect to be invited to all the major royal occasions due to her divorce, she told the panel: "You can’t have it both ways, you can’t be divorced and then say, ‘I want this…’ [You’re in] or you’re out."
Although Fergie will not be at the historical event, Prince Andrew is expected to be in attendance, however, he will not be part of the balcony appearance following the service.
Detailed plans have revealed how the King will only have working royals take part in the balcony appearance meaning that the Duke of York will not be included.
This comes after Andrew was forced to step back from royal life last year after being embroiled in a high-profile sex abuse scandal; something he has always denied.
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