Prince Andrew: this colossal debt he owed to a Frenchwoman which he has finally paid off

Prince Andrew, Duke of York, paid off his £ 6.6million debt in November 2021. He and Sarah Ferguson currently own it, but maybe not for long.

Prince Andrew is finally going be able to pay court fees and attorneys’ fees which become heavier and heavier. The Duke of York mattered sell your luxury Swiss chalet for months, but couldn’t. The reason was that he and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, 62, still had to pay a debt. Chalet Helora was not yet completely owned by the couple. It had been agreed that Duke and Duchess of York pay £ 18million in two installments. The princely couple still owed 5 million pounds to Isabelle de Rouvre, 74, now ex-owner of the chalet.

the Daily Mail recalls that the first stages of the sale were carried out in 2014. The second installment late in coming, Ms. Rouvre still agreed to postpone it.. Elizabeth II’s youngest son and his wife had to pay off this debt with interest in December 2019. The parents of Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie did not pay their debt until November of last year. “The case was closed six weeks ago. It was in november“, in the words of Ms. Rouvre.”It’s over. They paid the money and it was done. It’s closed for me. The war is over. He paid the money“, she confirms.

Chalet Helora is Prince Andrew’s last property

Shortly after Christmas, the daughters of Prince Andrew, 61, and Sarah Ferguson were spotted in Verbier, enjoying the holidays. According to Daily Mail, it might be their last vacation at the chalet. As the £ 6.6million debt is settled, Prince Charles’s brother can sell his chalet. the Daily Mail also recalls that if Prince Andrew manages to sell this property, he will not have any more, neither in the United Kingdom nor abroad. Recall that it has been months since Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson live at the hooks of the queen.

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