It very much depends what this businessman would want to do for that hour, dear Jeanne but we shall not go into that.
Now, one imagines that a television production entitled "Sarah Ferguson - The Golden Years" would last all of five minutes so presumably they would have to think of something else to do in order to fill the other fifty five minutes.
Why is Sarah Ferguson still referred to as Duchess of York?
Sarah hasn't remarried. She has, however, lost the HRH status and is currently known as 'Sarah, Duchess of York'.
15 October 1959 – 23 July 1986: Miss Sarah Margaret Ferguson
23 July 1986 – 30 May 1996: HRHThe Duchess of York (HRH The Princess Andrew Albert Christian Edward, Duchess of York, Countess of Inverness, Baroness Killyleagh)
30 May 1996 – 21 August 1996: HRH Sarah, Duchess of York
21 August 1996 – present: Sarah, Duchess of York (no HRH The)
She was known, post-divorce, briefly as HRH. However, this was changed by the 1996 Letters Patent.
Should Sarah remarry, she will take the style and title (if any) of her new husband. Should Andrew remarry, his new wife becomes HRH The Duchess of York.
No.The couple have been living together for a long time,since they divorced,actually. Sarah was having financial difficulties and Andrew thought that her sharing housing with him would not only solve financial concerns,it would let them co-parent more effectively.They started sharing housing at their old marital home,Sunninghill.When Andrew moved to Royal Lodge at Windsor,Sarah moved with him.Both the Duke and Duchess travel quite a bit,so they aren't getting in each other's way.
Also to note is that Andrew really did not want to divorce Sarah,but he had to because of the Bryan affair.
What is your reaction to the story that Sarah Ferguson accepts cash for introducing people to Prince Andrew?
In these days where celebrities are paid just for turning up at events, why shouldn't we be surprised they might start charging for appointments with people as well? If I remember correctly Britain severely cut which royal family members receive payments from the civil list. Most of the family wealth is tied up in non-disposable assets. I guess even members of the royal family get short on cash these days. So long as these payments for Prince Andrews services are not to do with charities or public office then I don't have issue with it. In commercial circles in that situation he would be considered a consultant. If the Australian public purse is not paying their bills, then it is really not my affair.
As for caring about the royal family, the only members that matter to Australians are those directly in line for the Australian throne (Charles, William and possibly Harry). Everyone else is Britain's problem not ours.