I can understand why Prince Harry moved to the US – America made me feel free, Sarah Ferguson reveals | The Sun
SARAH Ferguson has revealed she can understand why Prince Harry chose to pack up his life and move to the US.
The Duchess of York, 63, explained that's because when she was living in America, she felt free.
Sarah used to be married to Prince Andrew and spent more than a decade overseas after they split.
The Duchess dubbed the country "a wonderful place" where she spent much of her time writing books.
And, because of the time she spent there, the royal said she can see why her nephew Harry has made the call to shift there.
Sarah told the Telegraph:"I can’t speak for him.
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"But I will say that after I got divorced, I spent 12 years in America, writing books, and it was a wonderful place for me. I felt free there."
She continued: "I can’t thank Americans enough for the way they were with me.
"So I can understand why he would [do that]."
The Duchess still lives with her disgraced ex-husband, and their living situation hit headlines this week.
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The Sun exclusively revealed Harry and Meghan have been booted out of Frogmore Cottage – and that Andrew could be moving in.
The decision to give Harry and Meghan the boot comes after the Duke lobbed bombs at the Royal Family in his explosive memoir.
Sources say the main reason the King evicted the pair is because Harry "crossed a line" by lobbing accusations at Camilla.
And the Duke of York was said to be offered the keys to the five-bed Windsor home last week.
But an insider told The Sun Andrew has been "resisting" shifting to the cottage – which was given a £2.4million revamp by the Sussexes in recent years.
They said that's because 63-year-old doesn't want to downsize from the Royal Lodge in Windsor, which he has called home for more than 20 years.
But it's now been revealed the Duke and Duchess could be forced out of their home due to serious damp problem.
The Sun understands the 31-bedroom mansion, estimated to be worth around £30million, has damp problems.
Its roof is also in need of repair — and Andrew may be unable or unwilling to fund the cost.
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