Prince Andrew & Sarah Ferguson were included on the Christmas church walk

Since QEII passed away, King Charles has included his disgraced, degenerate brother back into the royal fold. Considering QEII always wanted Prince Andrew included too, it’s less “Andrew is back” and more like “Andrew never left, and now his inclusion is even bigger and bolder.” Andrew was included in last year’s Christmas festivities at Sandringham, and he even stayed at Wood Farm (Prince Philip’s favorite place). Andrew was included at the coronation and at Easter in Windsor as well. Andrew is unquestionably “back.” But guess who else is back? His ex-wife Sarah Ferguson. Fergie was included in the Sandringham church walk on Christmas Day, and she even greeted well-wishers and collected flowers too.

Sarah, Duchess of York has been publicly welcomed back into the heart of the royal family as they celebrate Christmas at Sandringham. Prince Andrew’s ex-wife was seen with her daughters and former in-laws walking to the church of St Mary Magdalene for their traditional morning service.

She had been banned for decades from joining the family for Christmas after she was pictured with her financial adviser John Bryan in what became known as the “toe-sucking” scandal in 1992. Sarah and Andrew had already announced their separation and went on to divorce in 1996.

After the service Sarah and Andrew, both in jolly mood, joined King Charles, Queen Camilla and Prince and Princess of Wales in meeting the public in a walkabout. Sarah collected flowers and spoke with many wellwishers. Andrew was seen laughing and throwing up his hands as he joked with the crowds.

Her public return to the fold is a reward for her unswerving loyalty to the royals in contrast with the King’s younger son, who betrayed excruciating family secrets in his memoir Spare.

The gesture by Charles to accept Sarah will be deeply appreciated by Andrew. The Duke of York was welcomed back to walk with the Royal Family to the Sandringham church last year, following the Queen’s death and in spite of the removal of his HRH title in the wake of his friendship with the child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.

[From The Times]

Yeah, Fergie is problematic and she was friendly with Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell too, but I’m still more disgusted with Andrew’s inclusion. Andrew was credibly accused of rape and human trafficking – his ex-wife “only” took money from a human trafficking pedophile. Imagine thinking that Andrew and Fergie’s inclusion at royal Christmas is more palatable than “apologizing to Prince Harry.”

I’m also including photos of Prince Edward, Duchess Sophie and Zara Tindall – Edward has shown repeatedly that he’s fine with Andrew as well. Meanwhile, I think Camilla has been especially supportive of Fergie. All of the Epstein associations aside, I’m sure Fergie was included this year because she went through a real ordeal with her breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. There was a lot of public and private sympathy for her, to the point where following Fergie’s diagnosis, King Charles completely dropped the Royal Lodge eviction threats.

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  1. SAS says:

    Well he looks disgustingly happy, healthy and stress-free. Burn it all down.

    • Jen says:

      Cannot agree more. Burn it ALL down.

      • K says:

        At the end of the Crown Philip says to The Queen the ‘party is over’ that lot will end up burning it all down !

    • Josephine says:

      Agreed. They are a great big pile of stinking, filthy, trash. Vile.

      • Cassie says:

        They look so smug pretending they are one big happy family , it’s gross .

        Kate looks like the cat that got the cream .
        She knows she will always be praised and protected by the media scum , whatever she does.

        Totally horrible family ,all with dark secrets ,always covered up .

    • Advisor2U says:

      They all look horribly outdated and outpaced. Eddy and Andy’s worn-out clothing must be at least 20 years old. And Eddy’s wife, Sofiesta ! oh dear, God, help these Charles Dickens’ 18th century looking characters.

  2. Tessa says:

    Ghastly. Dm and commentators trash harry and Meghan and welcome Andrew. And the bots on dm want ferg ie and Andrew to remarry. Sickening family. And now the heavy handed spin is how well the cousins get along and how harry and Meghan keep them from the cousins.

    • First comment says:

      I’m pretty sure that H and M are closed to most of their cousins (even closer than the Wales) with the exception of the Tindalls

    • Swaz says:

      Who cares 😳😳😳 give me the Montecito lives any day of the week and twice on a Sunday 🤣🤣🤣🤣 Royal life is hands out begging all the time, you’re always there waiting for a bone 🦴 🤣🤣🤣

    • Rose says:

      Nothing the BRF family does is of any import to Princess Meghan. She will be a powerful statesperson in the US when elected to office and will have the ability to positively influence the daily lives of so many people through initiatives like parental leave, truthful reporting, equal opportunities for all and women’s rights. All that she has been working on diligently for many years will come to fruition. I am convinced that she is looking forward, not back.

    • Ellie says:

      Disgusting Harry and Meghan fell in love. Andrew is a predator of young girls. Hope parents kept an eye on the kids. Sarah as always making her strange faces.Hope the new list on Epstein reveals all the other teens this scum Andrew abused.

  3. Em says:

    Charles is literally the worst father in history.

  4. Tessa says:

    Ferg ie goes in for face making
    Andrew has no shame. And neither do his relatives.

  5. Pedo and disgraced ex-wife grifter yes. Harry and biracial wife and grandchild a big no. What does one expect from the we are a very racist cult.

    • TybeeLucille says:

      They are worse than a cult – they are demonic. No surprise there as Tampon was close friends with Saville. Petty Bets and the crypt keeper sent Tampon to Mountbatten for extended periods of time. They have no issue with pedophilia or many other disgusting crimes and dead women keep showing up on Crown property. All the while the people perish and they grift on.

  6. Harper says:

    Fergie’s cancer was no joke. CRex the Cruel gets no bonus points for finally letting her spend Christmas day with her daughters.

    • Jen says:

      Please. She could have easily spent Christmas with them every year if they chose to spend it with her. They aren’t forced to go to Sandringham – even Will and Kate have skipped multiple years. And she could have been included without being part of the public parading of the royals.

      Charles is cruel, but this was unnecessary.

      • Christine says:

        He’s obviously hoping for goodwill, for including the woman who was close to his dead first wife. She is his only move, to appeal to the people who will never forget 1997, and are upset that he doesn’t give a shit about Harry.

  7. Mcmmom says:

    I’m not a big follower of British history, so I don’t know, but has the Royal Family ever lived in a way that would support the idea that they have somehow garnered more divine favor than commoners by being “better” in some way? It seems that if royal blood was better than common blood, it would result in better looking, smarter and more charming human beings. I don’t see how anyone could spend time with these people and not walk away thinking it’s a huge scam.

    • Eurydice says:

      It’s always been a scam. It’s just that, once upon a time, monarchs had real physical power – they commanded the army and navy and they could literally squash anyone who disagreed with them. They could bully people into believing royalty was superior.

      But now, that strength is vestigial and ceremonial, so it’s easier to see that the RF is irrelevant.

    • Flowerlake says:

      During medieval times there were extremely capable but also very incapable monarchs. Some did a lot for reform on government, creating a better infrastructure, trade etc. Queens consort would often work towards charity and sometimes used their position to successfully plead for the lives of those who had wronged the king. Capable and popular queens consorts could add to the reputation of a successful king (like Philippa of Hainault did for Edward III) or literally save an incompetent one (like Mathilda of Boulogne did for Stephen: a little known episode that deserves more attention in my opinion). A King pissing off his Queen could get into huge trouble. One Queen even successfully invaded England and had the King deposed and then likely murdered. Interestingly enough, again, this episode is not nearly as well known as what Henry VIII was up to with his wives.
      Some monarchs had great popularity (usually the capable ones), others were hated.

      Note that the above was about medieval times. The Tudors then dominated the sixteenth century, with a mixed level of competency depending on who the monarch was. I would say that since 1603, it has skewed towards incompetence more than competence.
      They lost more and more of their power in a slow move towards democracy, though this was not a steady process without bumps (sometimes very big bumps like the English Civil War).

      Even in medieval times and under the most capable and popular amongst them, they were of course helped by their wealth, army and their supposed connection to the divine. To challenge a monarch, especially as a commoner, was to go against god. Whenever they were challenged, it would often be said that a monarch was badly advised (so the advisors could be blamed instead) or someone claimed that they had more right to be the monarch based on them claiming to have a closer connection to the throne (see Wars of the Roses) or the occassional imposter of someone in the line of succession that was actually dead.

      Everybody had been indoctrinated that challenging a legitimate monarch was about one of the worst things you could do. A notable, temporary exception to this was when monarchs quarreled with the clergy or even the Pope. That was a dangerous thing to do and they therefore mostly (but not always) had a mutually beneficial relationship with the Church. They tended to reinforce each other’s legitimacy up until the reformation in the 16th century.

  8. paddingtonjr says:

    I wish the press would stop sugarcoating Andrew’s relationship with Epstein. He didn’t retire from public life because of his “friendship” with Epstein; Pedo was accused of raping an underage girl. The BRF is the representative of the UK on the international stage – UK CBers, is this who you want representing you?

    • Brassy Rebel says:

      I noticed this deceptive framing too. And I cannot believe that there are people who want to interact with this family on Christmas morning. Especially Andrew! 🤢🤮

    • Saucy&Sassy says:

      paddingtonjr, I think people need to be reminded that the FBI still wants to talk to Pedrew. Maybe people have forgotten that.

  9. equality says:

    If you are having Mike Tindall along, why not Fergie also? The only difference is that Mike isn’t divorced. He is just as embarrassing as she is. But, but, PH tells secrets? What about all the crap Mike spews?

  10. Amy Bee says:

    I’m starting to think Fergie never left. Just like with Andrew, she was made to give up her position and roles but was always a part of the family.

    • Tessa says:

      Ferg ie was dating other people and was not faithful to Andrew. She lost her money and Andrew let her stay in the same residence. He obviously was not faithful. I think it is a relationship of convenience

    • February pisces says:

      I’m just confused as to why they even bothered getting divorced?

  11. EB says:

    That they are so welcoming to those who made such terrible choices and so cruel to someone who did nothing but be American, mixed race, and principled. Appalling.

    • Lady Digby says:

      Agreed @EB Chucky is a father and grandfather as well as head of CE and it is Christmas. How can Pizzaman and Fergie be included but his own son, DIL and two adorable children be excluded?? On every level shunning Harry and Meghan and Archie and Lili isn’t right and it makes Charles look small and mean spirited as well as a rotten father and grandfather.

      • Saucy&Sassy says:

        Lady Digby, well, there’s truth in advertising. Chucky is everything you described.

      • one of the marys says:

        @lady digby, I agree the shunning is not a good look for the king. But it just may be easier on H&M. Imagine the stress of *not* being shunned and being publicly invited to everything. If these people were better it would be bearable but in my opinion they’re doing H&M a favour. But they’re not my family, H may feel differently

    • bisynaptic says:

      That’s because the people who made terrible choices aren’t different from them—they also make terrible choices; they just might not have been caught.

  12. Thelma says:

    So sickening to see the pedophile Andrew front and center. The whole lot of them look so drab.

    • Molly Flanders says:

      It’s all going backwards.
      Spacey “coming back”, all that support to Depardieu, let’s just pardon Weinstein and just move on…

      patriarchy is up and running, better than before, with women clapping and cheering in the front row, and every survivor can just keep surviving, if ever

      Apology for the bad mood, I am on the brink of my personal abyss and probably can’t see very clearly

      • Mustlovedogs says:

        @mollyflanders I agree and it’s heartbreaking. But am sending you warm hugs and a loving hand to step away from that abyss. I know what it’s like to stare into its blackness. It’s so terrible and hard. But know that there are still lights to be seen: all of us here, other like-minded people throughout the world. We can push back at this collective unconsciousness. We will. Just letting you know you’re heard, but hold on- I believe there is hope. ❤️

      • Dilettante says:

        Hang in there, Molly. There’s light past the abyss.❤️

      • Molly Flanders says:

        @Mustlovedogs thank you 🙏
        You have no idea how much your warm hugs and loving hand mean to me. Sometimes you speak and interact with so many people, and regardless of how much you disclose about yourself, no one literally hears you. Some of us go through life as ghosts, “seethrough” people no matter how intense and painful their innerlife.
        I wish there were DMs, I’ll carry your words in my heart, and try harder ❤️❤️

      • Molly Flanders says:

        @Dilettante thank you
        Your support is REALLY important to me ❤️❤️

      • Fight the power says:

        Molly, I have felt the way you feel but then I get inspired by, of all things, my teenage boys! They see the patriarchy, point it out, and want and do ‘do better,’ as do many of their friends. There is hope and even as we connect through comments, we network our good energy together and hey, that matters, too. I see you and I thank you!

        PS— not bragging about my kids, don’t get me wrong they are teenagers and all the fun 😅 stuff that goes with that, but there’s hope in the open minds and hearts of many in there generation. 💪

      • Pajala says:

        No apologies needed~ incredibly disheartening to see the ‘softening’ of Me Too. Didn’t President Macron just publicly defend Depardieu as well?

      • @Molly Flanders, you are right but there are changes going on in the zeitgeist. One of my favorite scenes from White Lotus was where the father looks at the son and says “It must be tough for you growing up in this age”

        And the kid looks at him quizzically saying, “Why? Because we don’t get to harass women any more?”

      • ArtHistorian says:

        I know it looks really disheartening right now – but it is important to look at larger historical patterns. There’s almost always a backlash after significant progress when it comes to minority rights/acceptance, etc. But the backlash has yet to be permanent over the last century. It is important not to lose hope – and keep working for the cause in various ways.

        When you look back over the last 150 years, the progress when it comes to women’s lives and rights have been radical and breathtaking – and most of those still stand. However, the recent backlash shows us that we can’t rest on the laurels of the women who fought before us. We need to be vigilant and we still need to educate yourselves and the public.

        Please don’t loose hope.

  13. Harla A Brazen Hussy says:

    The fact that the British press continues to push the narrative, that as long as one shows
    “Loyalty” to the “family”, then whatever crime they commit is fine is truly disgusting and the fact that people are buying into it shows how truly low some people have sunk.

    • Robert Phillips says:

      It’s not really the press. It’s the tabloid press. And if the monarchy goes away. Then their jobs go away also. And all the perks that come along with the jobs. That’s what it is all coming down to. The tabloids and courtiers ran Harry & Meghan off. And now no one really cares about the leftovers. So no ones making money. They have run the same stories time and time again. And it’s getting less and less results. Their all getting desperate now. Piers is already being thrown to the wolves. (He deserves it). But the more lesser known “royal experts” get fired. The more dirt that is going to start coming out.

  14. Ginger says:

    What a trashy family. I’m so glad Harry and Meghan left. The RF show what they are fine with: Pedophiles. And they show what they are NOT fine with: Marrying a bi racial American.

  15. Zut Alors says:

    I thought that part of the bargain to have QEII accept Camilla as Queen Consort, was that Charles not ostracize her beloved Andrew and support him publicly and privately.

  16. Over it says:

    We the Windsors will accept all vile disgusting disgraceful white members of our cult . We stand firm on the belief that it will not matter as long as there are not black or have any kind of black blood in them or married to anyone who is black . Yup, that’s us the Windsors. VERY MUCH A VERY RACIST FAMILY

  17. TIFFANY says:

    If these idiots were better people and actually established proper friendships and relationships, Black women would help them out on proper hats for church.

  18. Debbie says:

    What can I say, if I were captioning the photos of Andrew, the pictures would say, “A face only a mother could love.” My God, he looks so smug. And, looking at the faces of the crowd behind them, I’m reminded of the times people have said that the English didn’t really think of the royal family, that’s why they got up, dressed and bought flowers and waited around to applaud them, huh?

    As to Sarah Ferguson, I’d like to know if Kate was menacing or cold to her during that walk.

    • Bluenoser says:

      @ Debbie That’s what I don’t understand. Who are these people who decide on Christmas morning to get up early, go sit outside and watch and fawn over the biggest, wealthiest bunch of welfare grifters parade by in their smug, racist, self-importance? Disgusting.

      • First comment says:

        I’ve read somewhere that most of them are people living in a nearby shelter for elders and the are trotted out each year on Christmas morning!!!

  19. girl_ninja says:

    Fergie and Andy are white so of course they are welcomed with open arms. Charles is never beating the aligations.

  20. Libra says:

    So hard to believe that Edward and Andrew are brothers. Absolutely nothing in common physically.

  21. Iris says:

    This bit struck me as odd – “She was not invited to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s evening wedding reception in 2018.”

    This is insane. She was invited to the day part of Harry and Meghan’s wedding but she wasn’t invited _at all_ to Kate and William’s…But that doesn’t suit the narrative so they excluded it. The times is basically a tabloid now

    • aftershocks says:

      Anyway it was Charles and his courtiers who largely controlled H&M’s evening wedding reception guest list. Charles paid for and hosted the reception, held at Frogmore House.

  22. aquarius64 says:

    Sarah was selling access to Andrew for cash, she blabbed on Oprah about the Windsors and did Weight Watchers to pay the bills. The Windsors treated her like dirt, especially when Philip was alive; and she was willing to take it to win favor. Meghan is not willing to take BRF table scraps to be accepted. The Firm also wants Fergie in line because of the Epstein client list drop. They don’t want her talking to the Feds.

    • Tessa says:

      I remember ferg ie flattering the royals on the Larry king show. Calling Camilla a nice lady and Charles a good person.

  23. Seraphina says:

    I’ll just comment on attire since I agree this is all a trashy family.
    Those boots on Sarah Ferguson look awful, so sense of style. And Sophie’s bow really distracts and her hat is all wrong for that outfit and occasion. But her clutch is really nice. At least the color match.
    The only one I liked, not pictured, is Princess Anne’s attire. But she and her husband looked a bit out of coordination outfit wise – BUT they did wear matching scarves. I guess if this royal fold gets lost as far as hierarchical order, the colors classification helps them quickly get into place.

    • bluhare says:

      Apparently Sarah Ferguson didn’t get any of Andrew’s grift money so she could buy a new coat. That one is much too tight.

    • Another Anne says:

      Sarah never did have any sense of style. Always seems to pick the least flattering styles and colors.

    • Tara says:

      First glance at the photo of Sophie I thought it was Kate 😳

    • Nanea says:

      At a first glance, Sophie’s hat reminded me a bit of the infamous one worn by Jecca Craig way back when that has been copied years ago by the Middletonedeafs, mother and daughter, including in that particular Vogue UK edition that didn’t sell.

      Anne and her husband were seen wearing, or – in deranger-speak – merching, the Highgrove Heritage Scarf. As did Lady Louise, the Earl of Snowdon and Samuel Chatto.

      Too bad the peasants can’t afford it. (/s) It retails for £ 115 and it’s still in stock.

  24. Purley Pot says:

    Andrew threatened to write a book. Fergie still can’t dress for squat.

    • Tessa says:

      Ferg ie wrote a tell all book yet the bots praise her for her discretion
      Such hypocrisy

      • Blithe says:

        And, of course, Charles did his own tell-all book with Dimbleby. It’s often —conveniently— overlooked, but I think that any article that brings up Spare needs to prominently mention Charles’s book as well.

  25. Soni says:

    Imagine spending your Christmas standing around in the cold and bringing flowers to royal leeches walking to church. Britain is effin weird.

    • First comment says:

      Not only that but there is a video on Twitter where a man from the crowd bows in front of George and kisses his hand!!!! And the worst part was that this video had more than 1000 likes!!!

      • Tessa says:

        That is bad both for the man who glorifies royals and
        For the child George. It unfortunately could give George a sense that he is superior to others. This attitude made Charles and William egocentric and believing they are superior. George should not have such a burden placed on him.

      • Blithe says:

        Honestly, that strikes me as being very creepy. Well-meant, perhaps, but creepy. No stranger should be kissing a child! And no kid should have to act as though they’re fine with it. While George might be encouraged to feel superior, crap like this could also leave him feeling very vulnerable, and even trapped.

    • linda hoad says:

      i cannot understand why people were bringing the rf and the children presents and flowers.
      surely if they have the money to do this it could go to a more more worthy cause such as a childrens charity.


  26. Libra says:

    I don’t believe that Fergies presence has anything to do with Meghan. Charles is clearly sending a message to Harry. “This is how it’s done, dear boy. Keep your mouth shut, ,accept that you are wrong and have made mistakes and accept my wife as your queen and give me unfailing loyalty as your king. Those who do are rewarded. “

    • JaneS says:

      Correct 100% Libra.

    • No, they aren’t rewarded, Only the monarch and the Price of Wales have their own income.

      The rest of them have to grovel for their tax-payer money because KFC dispenses it.

      At one time they all got their tax-payer money directly from the govt, until there was some uproar about, “Is Princess Margaret really worth X lbs?”

      Rather than answer this they govt decided to give all the $$ to the monarch to dispense.

      That may have been fine when QEII was the monarch, she actually liked her family.

      KFC does not and he is keeping all of the money for himself to the point where he refuses to pay for security for his own son while he is in his kingdom

  27. JaneS says:

    Hollywood does “Royalty” better in the movies.
    I give you the following as proof:
    A Knight’s Tale… James Purefoy as The Black Prince. Gorgeous, physically built like a warrior.
    This man looks like he could kill his enemies, control his “servants” command a battlefield. On and on.

    How they got to be King was Fighting everyone, Killing including their relatives if necessary, waging endless wars, Stealing the spoils of war.
    Keeping everyone else in poverty for hundreds of years.

    Down with the Monarchy. What is the hold up?

    • Lauren says:

      This was the problem with the coronation as well. Hollywood would have done a much better job, especially with the costumes. The result is that the whole thing came across as a cheap B film version

      • I know! If they had half a brain between them they would have hired some of the Bridgerton people as advisors. KFC came out looking like he was wearing cheap polyester

        Of course they need the historically accurate garb, those marvelous toilet roll cape thingys stole the show, but what that ceremony lacked was someone with some actual taste to bridge the gap between history and modernity with some style

  28. Mary Pester says:

    What a bloody disgrace this lot are, and what a picture to show to the rest of the world. Oh I don’t mean the knee bending journalists or the muckey Murdoch press. I mean every right thinking person on the planet.
    Yes, you can have an affair, be pictured cavorting pool side with your toe. Sucking Texan. Sell access to your estranged husband, trash talk the Royals. You can have to pay millions to the young woman you trafficked and raped,have to pay millions to a woman you bought your chalet from, or you can get caught making deals with a fake Sheik, offer access for cash, trash talk the Queen and Prince Philip, have a partner offer to supply drugs to the fake Sheik, have a husband who’s business goes bust owing millions, BUT, because your white, because you haven’t told the truth about the family, YOU ARE WELCOME. But if you dare to tell the truth, if you dare to set the record straight, you are thrown to the press wolves, with the full knowledge and backing of your dogsht family.The head of which steals from the dead, and takes money from Bin ladens family OK Charlie we SEE YOU. Burn the fking lot down.
    #Down with the crown.

    • LRB says:

      Totally agree Mary… I am so ashamed of them all.. the royals, the press and the idiots ( sorry don’t want to be abusive to individuals but…) who go and give gifts to Fergie and Andrew. It makes me sick. If they want to include this lot in their private family Xmas meal that is up to them, but don’t parade them out as if they are innocent. Will Andrew’s name be on the list of names being published in the US next month? What happens then?

    • Jaded says:

      Preach Mary! Andrew should be sitting in a jail cell for what he did but there they are, swanning around outside church like dedicated, God-fearing church-goers when they’re nothing but a bunch of grifting criminals.

      • Mary Pester says:

        @JADED, yes lovey, he should be in a bloody cold dark jail cell, maybe he can whisper to maxwell while he’s there after all he did enough outside of prison!! How I would love for ALL of Epsteins diaries to be published along with this list, there would be NO PLACE on earth for the sick perverts to hide and that includes Andrew. Mummy is dead now, and I doubt Charlie has the guts to deny an F. B. I request for an interview “under caution” with Andrew. Charlie wouldn’t like the backlash. Because the lists and diaries would prove to all of those idiots that defended him, that Andrew AND fergie are grifting liars

    • aftershocks says:

      ^^ Yes @Mary Pester, but furthermore, H&M were silent while in the institution, and they remained silent for over a year after they escaped. It was absolutely crucial for them to get the heck out when they did! Or else, accept the bullying and abuse by KP/ WanK, courtiers, rota/BM, which would have destroyed H&M and their children. Even after essentially being forced to leave, H&M would have remained largely silent, had the BRF made the tabloids/rota/BM back the F off! H&M had a right to fight back and to reveal their truth, which they have done with grace and courage. Plus, H&M have long since moved on with their lives, while the left-behinds are still on the attack against them.

      The reality is H&M were bullied and marginalized to the point where leaving was their only self-preservation option. And even then, out of respect for QE-II and the monarchy, H&M tried mightily to arrange a half-in half-out, which in retrospect would never have benefited them, but would have benefited the obtuse, racist, incompetent firm, and the tabloids/ rota! 👀

      The obvious contradiction is that H&M were pushed out, because Charles, William, and courtier dunces thought they could bully Harry into accepting harsh terms at the Sandringham Summit. 🙄 The fools obviously thought Harry did not have a backbone. The toxic cult figured that by blindsiding, battering, and punishing Harry, they could sow dissension between H&M, to the point where at the least, Harry would have no choice but to come crawling back. The unholy cabal never accounted for Tyler Perry; for H&M’s grit and smarts and their other well-connected friends; nor did the firm realize or reckon regarding the organically elusive power, reach, and influence of the SussexSquad. 💪🏽

  29. Jaded says:

    “Her public return to the fold is a reward for her unswerving loyalty to the royals in contrast with the King’s younger son, who betrayed excruciating family secrets in his memoir Spare.”

    —Who wrote this crap? Andrew and Fergie were good pals with human traffickers and he raped an underage teenager they gave him, repeatedly. And yet Harry betrayed *excruciating family secrets*? Harry exposed the whole rotten-to-the-core, stinking family and firm as the hateful, sleazy, racist grifters they really are.

    • Tessa says:

      Ferg ie was told to leave Balmoral by the queen after the photos of ferg ie and her financial advisor appeared on cover if tabs.she was indiscreet and wrote a tell all autobiography and did a reality show in the Oprah network. How did ferg ie show loyalty exactly. She even went to the networks in a snit about her not being invited to Williams wedding

    • Another Anne says:

      Notice they didn’t say that Harry lied – by saying he “betrayed secrets”, they fully acknowledge that he was telling the truth.

  30. Laura says:

    NEVER understood why people would want to spend their Christmas day waiting outside to see this lot?

    • linda hoad says:

      no nor can i – nor bring presents and flowers to a rf who have everything money can buy


  31. StellainNH says:

    On a different note—I do like Sophie’s coat

  32. QuiteContrary says:

    I wouldn’t sacrifice a second of my Christmas morning to cheer for this bunch of racist, immoral scam artists—but I could be convinced to turn out to pelt them with mince pies and Christmas puddings.
    It is galling to see Pedrew front and center, so smug and gleeful.

  33. SweetPeas says:

    Fergie, is a good example of titles want get you but so far. Those titles are useless outside of countries & states with no royalty. When they claim H&M are nothing without titles, it’s media gaslighting. H&M are the stars of the RF just like Diana was.

  34. ChattyCath says:

    Reminds me exactly of my toxic family. Same omertà, unquestioning loyalty, no criticism of its leaders, no freedom

  35. Lau says:

    This is going to get really awkward when Epstein’s clients list drops with Andrew’s name heavily featured on it.