'He is the best man I know.'
Skudsmålet applies to prince Andrew, and coming from a woman who knows him better than most, namely his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson.
They were married for 10 years and have been divorced for even more.
Yet there are few who support the controversial prince more than the duke of York, also known as Fergie.
in recent weeks it has otherwise been so-so with the support from the outside world to queen Elizabeth's second youngest son.
the Scandal of the pædofilidømte and suspects billionaire Jeffrey Epstein burden increasingly the prince, and he has been forced to withdraw from all his official duties.
The organisations of which the prince was the patron of, has also turned his hand of him.
Although the prince has tried to put distance to the Epstein and downplay his friendship with him, the past to catch up with the duke.
Epsteins so-called 'sexslave' Virginia Roberts has in detail explained, how the businessman forced her to have sex with his royal friend several times when she was just 17 years old.
the Allegations, which the prince in the strongest possible terms to distance themselves from in an interview with the tv station, the BBC. In fact, he claimed that he can't even remember ever to have met 'this lady'.
In a startling interview with Vogue Arabia stresses Sarah Ferguson, to the allegations against the prince are 'nonsense'.
She admits that the past months have been 'very hard', for both her and the two daughters princess Beatrice and princess Eugenie.
"To see such a wonderful man to go through so much pain..." she says to the magazine, and adds:
"He is the best man I know. It is just amazing what he has done for the Uk, and the whole thing is nonsense."
The last is said with reference to Virginia Roberts allegations.
Although hertugparret of York have been divorced for many years, they have maintained a close relationship to each other and still live both in Windsor.
According to the newspaper the Telegraph was the duchess out of town in the days around prince Andrews interview, and she was said to have been critical of the decision to let him grill on the open screen.
She had allegedly rather have seen that the tv station had made a broader portrait of her ex-husband, where the man had focused on his charitable work.
the Same day as the interview was broadcast on the BBC, she described him on Instagram as 'honest and fair gentleman'.
"It is time that Andrew must stand firm, and he has done that, and I am with him every step of the way, and it is an honour for me."Date Of Update: 14 December 2019, 13:00