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March 19, 2018

After over 20 years of divorce, royal couple's photo sparks rumors about an alleged reunion

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A recent Instagram post has fans of the Royal Family wondering if love is in the air for Sarah Ferguson and her ex-husband, Prince Andrew.  

Prince Andrew walked down the aisle with Ferguson on July 23, 1986. They had known each other since childhood and announced their engagement in March 1986.

As reported by All Cute All The Time, the marriage lasted only six years. They parted ways in 1993, and the divorce was finalized in 1996

The couple had remained close friends after the divorce and co-parented their daughters, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie. They were often spotted in each other's company..

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Even though they have been divorced for more than twenty years, the couple shares a residence at the Royal Lodge at Windsor, where they live under the same roof. 

On February 19, 2018, Ferguson shared an Instagram post that immediately had the royal conspiracy theorists coming out of the woodwork. 

She shared a photo of a younger Prince Andrew, wishing him a happy birthday. In the caption, she referred to him as the best man, father, and friend. 'The best looking,' she also added. 

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Ferguson retained her royal title after the divorce and was still known as the Duchess of York, but she ceased being a Royal Highness. 

She is still treated as a member of the Royal Family and attends functions with the 29-year-old Princess Beatrice and 27-year-old Princess Eugenie. 

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Ferguson has also been involved with a number charities since exchanging vows with Prince Andrew. She is a patron of the Teenage Cancer Trust, a position she held since 1990. 

She also founded Children in Crisis, an organization centered on education. The Duchess of York later joined the American Cancer Society in the early 2000's. 

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