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Prince Andrew slept with dozens of teddy bears in bed with Fergie at their wedding

The Duke of York even slept with duvets and stuffed toys during his marriage, The Sun can reveal.

Andrew covers the bed he shares Sarah Ferguson at Buckingham Palace with the bears.

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Prince Andrew and Fergie have about a dozen teddy bears in their marriage bed[/caption]

The couple lived together in a separate apartment after their 1986 wedding.

Royal expert Ingrid Seward reveals how she and Sarah burst into laughter after she mistook her stuffed animal collection for Fergie’s childhood memorabilia.

Ingrid describes how she visited Fergie at the Palace while writing a biography in 1990.

“She just let me into their bedroom and there were about a dozen teddy bears on the bed of the marriage,” she recalls.

“I said to her, ‘Oh Fergie, you still don’t have your old suits, do you?

“And she said, ‘No, it’s all Andrew’. We found it very funny and burst out laughing.”


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Sarah, 62, and Andrew, 61, had daughters, two princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, they were left as giant couples, but later split.

Prince makes strict demands on his cuddly collectibles before bed as a single man after they get divorced in 1996.

Sarah then moved into Andrew’s room 31 Royal Lodge Villa in Windsor Great Park.

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Prince Andrew has strict instructions for staff to arrange his teddy bears[/caption]

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