Sarah Ferguson, also known as Fergie, sends into a frenzy royal fans every time she publish a picture of her and her former husband, the Duke of York. While the couple have been divorced for more than two decades, some of their fans think their love was rekindled during the past years, and have been looking for pieces of evidence in recent snaps. The last picture sparking furore online was published by Fergie on her Instagram account to mark Prince Andrew’s 59th birthday on February 19.
Among the comments of a snap published by the Duchess of York depicting Prince Andrew in Sydney, one fan told Fergie: “He needs to just propose to you again!!
“It’s clear your much more mature and truly meant for each other.”
And another suggested Sarah should make the first move, writing: “sarahferguson15 you should get back with Hrhdukeofyork”.
Fergie and Andrew divorced in 1996, ten years after they got married, following a scandal involving the Duchess.
But in late 2018, Fergie opened up on her life with Andrew, as the couple keep living together at the Royal Lodge in Windsor.
Describing her relationship with the Duke of York a “fairytale”, Sarah told Modern Hero: “Now our life together is the greatest ever.
“It’s so hard to comprehend because we are not normal.
“This is our fairytale and we are telling it our way.”
Fans of Sarah and Andrew had the chance to take a closer look into their relationship in October last year, as the proud parents attended the wedding of their youngest daughter, Princess Eugenie, and Jack Brooksbank.
The couple entered St George’s Chapel together, with the Duke of York gallantly showing his ex-wife and their eldest daughter, Princess Beatrice, the way to their seats.
Fergie and Andrew also sat next to each other in the splendid St George’s Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle as they watched the ceremony.
And the duchess deliberately decided to take with her a memento of her own big day, as she carried a vintage Manolo Blahnik bag – the same one used by her mother, Susan Barrantes, at her wedding on July 23 1986.