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By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | April 17, 1996
LONDON -- The royal family won't have Fergie to kick around anymore.The Duke and Duchess of York, Prince Andrew and his wife, Sarah, known as Fergie, are to divorce.Their attorneys made the announcement yesterday, and a hearing will be held today in a stark London court room, a vivid contrast from the couple's glittering 1986 wedding at Westminster Abbey. The divorce could be complete by next month as the royal family sheds its unofficial royal outcast.Fergie, after all, is the only royal ever photographed sunbathing topless, having her toes sucked by her financial adviser, her children nearby.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins and Jamie Smith Hopkins,SUN STAFF | November 27, 2003
The plaster artisans at Hayles & Howe Inc. spent yesterday morning sipping champagne in their Baltimore workshop and chatting with royalty. Well, listening to royalty, at any rate. Prince Andrew visited the ornamental plastering firm's British office to present the Queen's Award for outstanding achievements in international trade, and he said a few words to the Americans - who were connected by speaker phone. "Are you there, Baltimore?" said the prince, third son of Queen Elizabeth II. "Are you listening?"
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By Kaye Northcott and Kaye Northcott,Fort Worth Star-Telegram | March 19, 1992
Austin, Texas -- Texan Steve Wyatt, whom London tabloids have linked to the predicted royal breakup of Prince Andrew and the Duchess of York, is one of the least known members of a prominent Houston family.His adoptive father, Oscar Wyatt Jr., chairman of Coastal Corp., a natural gas supplier, was described in a Texas Monthly cover story last year as "meaner than a junkyard dog."His mother, Lynn Sakowitz Wyatt, is a Houston jetsetter whose family has been in a Houston probate court for years feuding over the remains of their department store fortune.
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By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | April 17, 1996
LONDON -- The royal family won't have Fergie to kick around anymore.The Duke and Duchess of York, Prince Andrew and his wife, Sarah, known as Fergie, are to divorce.Their attorneys made the announcement yesterday, and a hearing will be held today in a stark London court room, a vivid contrast from the couple's glittering 1986 wedding at Westminster Abbey. The divorce could be complete by next month as the royal family sheds its unofficial royal outcast.Fergie, after all, is the only royal ever photographed sunbathing topless, having her toes sucked by her financial adviser, her children nearby.
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By Knight-Ridder Newspapers | June 11, 1992
USA Today says there's a renewed buzz of speculation that Fergie, the Duchess of York, is pregnant again, which could explain why her split from Prince Andrew is proceeding at something considerably less than the speed of light. There are already two little Yorks, Beatrice and Eugenie.
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March 31, 1992
Given their history as former colonial subjects, many Americans have little use for royalty except as objects of derision or envy or entertainment. So it's no surprise the news of a marital breakup between Britain's Prince Andrew and his wife, Sarah Ferguson, was greeted in this country with the kind of mocking voyeurism generally reserved for such exotica as the annual mating ritual of the giant pandas in Washington's National Zoo.There is a certain element...
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins and Jamie Smith Hopkins,SUN STAFF | November 27, 2003
The plaster artisans at Hayles & Howe Inc. spent yesterday morning sipping champagne in their Baltimore workshop and chatting with royalty. Well, listening to royalty, at any rate. Prince Andrew visited the ornamental plastering firm's British office to present the Queen's Award for outstanding achievements in international trade, and he said a few words to the Americans - who were connected by speaker phone. "Are you there, Baltimore?" said the prince, third son of Queen Elizabeth II. "Are you listening?"
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By Richard O'Mara and Richard O'Mara,London Bureau of The Sun | June 29, 1993
London -- The marriage of the Duke and Duchess of York moved a step closer to dissolution yesterday.A spokesman for Buckingham Palace said the two, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, "are now formally separated and they will continue to lead their own lives.""The discussions between lawyers" on the terms of an eventual divorce, the spokesman said, "have now been completed." No )) details were released on the amount or nature of any financial settlement for the duchess, money which the palace spokesman stressed would come from the Queen's private fortune and not the taxpayer.
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By Jean Marbella and Jean Marbella,Sun Staff Correspondent | December 8, 1994
Washington -- Separated from her husband, raising two young daughters and now evicted from her rented digs -- what's a duchess to do?"So, I'm on my own. So, that's great. I'm all right, Jack," the Duchess of York said sportingly enough yesterday.Phew! One less worry -- now we can get back to fretting about poor Diana.The once and current Sarah Ferguson is still the merriest wife of Windsor. Oh, sure, she's no longer on the royal payroll, having separated from Prince Andrew some two years ago. And, yes, her landlord has given her one month to leave her rented, six-bedroom, $1.4 million house near Windsor Castle, where, in one of the most egregious cases of the rich getting richer, oil recently has been discovered.
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By Richard O'Mara and Richard O'Mara,London Bureau | March 20, 1992
The Queen of England's mission is to buck her people up when things go badly, to keep smiling through adversity.But who will smile for the queen? Who is there to buck her up each time that peculiar failing of the Windsor family shows itself again, their inclination to marital disharmony and disunion.So, Prince Andrew and his wife, the former Sarah Margaret Ferguson, are splitting. Pfftt!Yesterday, the queen made it official by admitting what everybody here already knew. "Lawyers acting for the Duchess of York initiated discussion about a formal separation of the Duke and Duchess," she announced.
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By Jean Marbella and Jean Marbella,Sun Staff Correspondent | December 8, 1994
Washington -- Separated from her husband, raising two young daughters and now evicted from her rented digs -- what's a duchess to do?"So, I'm on my own. So, that's great. I'm all right, Jack," the Duchess of York said sportingly enough yesterday.Phew! One less worry -- now we can get back to fretting about poor Diana.The once and current Sarah Ferguson is still the merriest wife of Windsor. Oh, sure, she's no longer on the royal payroll, having separated from Prince Andrew some two years ago. And, yes, her landlord has given her one month to leave her rented, six-bedroom, $1.4 million house near Windsor Castle, where, in one of the most egregious cases of the rich getting richer, oil recently has been discovered.
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By Richard O'Mara and Richard O'Mara,London Bureau of The Sun | June 29, 1993
London -- The marriage of the Duke and Duchess of York moved a step closer to dissolution yesterday.A spokesman for Buckingham Palace said the two, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, "are now formally separated and they will continue to lead their own lives.""The discussions between lawyers" on the terms of an eventual divorce, the spokesman said, "have now been completed." No )) details were released on the amount or nature of any financial settlement for the duchess, money which the palace spokesman stressed would come from the Queen's private fortune and not the taxpayer.
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By Knight-Ridder Newspapers | June 11, 1992
USA Today says there's a renewed buzz of speculation that Fergie, the Duchess of York, is pregnant again, which could explain why her split from Prince Andrew is proceeding at something considerably less than the speed of light. There are already two little Yorks, Beatrice and Eugenie.
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March 31, 1992
Given their history as former colonial subjects, many Americans have little use for royalty except as objects of derision or envy or entertainment. So it's no surprise the news of a marital breakup between Britain's Prince Andrew and his wife, Sarah Ferguson, was greeted in this country with the kind of mocking voyeurism generally reserved for such exotica as the annual mating ritual of the giant pandas in Washington's National Zoo.There is a certain element...
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By Richard O'Mara and Richard O'Mara,London Bureau | March 20, 1992
The Queen of England's mission is to buck her people up when things go badly, to keep smiling through adversity.But who will smile for the queen? Who is there to buck her up each time that peculiar failing of the Windsor family shows itself again, their inclination to marital disharmony and disunion.So, Prince Andrew and his wife, the former Sarah Margaret Ferguson, are splitting. Pfftt!Yesterday, the queen made it official by admitting what everybody here already knew. "Lawyers acting for the Duchess of York initiated discussion about a formal separation of the Duke and Duchess," she announced.
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By Kaye Northcott and Kaye Northcott,Fort Worth Star-Telegram | March 19, 1992
Austin, Texas -- Texan Steve Wyatt, whom London tabloids have linked to the predicted royal breakup of Prince Andrew and the Duchess of York, is one of the least known members of a prominent Houston family.His adoptive father, Oscar Wyatt Jr., chairman of Coastal Corp., a natural gas supplier, was described in a Texas Monthly cover story last year as "meaner than a junkyard dog."His mother, Lynn Sakowitz Wyatt, is a Houston jetsetter whose family has been in a Houston probate court for years feuding over the remains of their department store fortune.
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By DAVE BARRY | September 6, 1992
A woman I know named Linda is deeply concerned about world affairs. Often, when a major development occurs, Linda will phone my wife to break the news.continue to be obsessed with them in molecular detail. Although all fairness, I should point out that I made up the part at the beginning about Charles' waxing his legs. He was waxing Prince Andrew's legs. Linda, call Beth.
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By New York Daily News | December 3, 1992
Diane Sawyer and "PrimeTime Live" have won the Fergie chase. They'll get the first big TV interview with Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, since her headline-emblazing split last summer from Prince Andrew and her topless kissing romp with her financial adviser.The interview, which will air next Thursday on "PrimeTime Live," was conducted yesterday in Warsaw, where Fergie is visiting cancer-stricken children.NBC's Maria Shriver had a long-standing commitment from Fergie to do an interview, but Ms. Shriver was unable to fly overseas at this time because she's recovering from viral meningitis.
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