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It comes after a rough period for Ferguson, as she has stuck by the 59-year-old Prince in the face of strong criticism over his activities with the paedophile Epstein.
Ferguson, who is better known as 'Fergie', was joined at the star-studded event by her daughters Princesses Beatrice (right) and Eugenie as they watched Goulding marry 27-year-old art dealer Caspar Jopling.
But despite everything, he still has a photo of the baby he called 'Meggie' (top right) and one of her snuggling up to her father at an American football game (centre) proudly on display in his living room.
He says he would love nothing more than to place a framed picture of Archie beside them.
Plotters including former Chancellor Philip Hammond hope to seize control of the Commons agenda from the Government this week, allowing them to pass laws that would thwart No Deal.
But writing in this newspaper, Mr Rees-Mogg, the Commons Leader describes such 'politicking' as 'unconstitutional'.
An exclusive Mail on Sunday poll also predicts Mr Johnson would win a majority of 28 seats in an Election - rising to 84 if Nigel Farage's Brexit Party stands aside.
Philip Hammond (pictured centre) described the reasons for her Sonia Khan's dismissal as 'totally implausible'.
At his home in Rosarito, Mexico, Thomas Markle is speaking out for the first time since Archie's birth because he feels he is being unfairly vilified and cut out of his grandson's life by Harry and Meghan.
He says he has only seen photographs of Archie (left) on the internet.
Despite members of the royal family being in attendance at the British singer's wedding ceremony (Prince Harry's cousin Princess Beatrice, 31, and her boyfriend Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi) Cressida and Ellie's ex Prince Harry was not present.
In a searingly honest interview, James Cracknell (left) reveals how a devastating brain injury, which left him in a coma for five days, changed his personality and eventually led him to leaving his wife Beverley Turner (pictured together right).