LONDON — The Duke and Duchess of York, better known as Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, returned to their regular jobs today following a seven-week honeymoon.
Andrew, a lieutenant in the Royal Navy, started an 18-week helicopter warfare instructor's course in southwestern England. Sarah returned to her graphic arts job for a publishing firm--but instead of commuting to downtown London, she is working out of a special office in Buckingham Palace.
Andrew will be based at the naval air station at Yeovilton, Somerset. A Navy spokesman said the second son of Queen Elizabeth II will be given "conventional bachelor accommodation" and probably will be able to go home on weekends.