A Body language expert claiming the pair resembled a “flirty couple of their first date”.

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A Body language expert claiming the pair resembled a “flirty couple of their first date”.

Fergie and Prince Andrew ‘COZIED UP’ at Royal Ascot despite being divorced for THIS reason

Fergie shared a picture on Instagram from Royal Ascot with the caption “Great day with my family” Photo (C) GETTY
Fergie shared a picture on Instagram from Royal Ascot with the caption “Great day with my family” Photo (C) GETTY

Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew ‘cozied up’ in the Royal Enclosure at Royal Ascot with their eldest daughter, Princess Beatrice, with one body language expert claiming the pair resembled a “flirty couple of their first date”. But why have the pair remained so close over 20 years after their divorce?

A total of 22 years have passed since Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson – also known as Fergie – divorced, however, the pair still have an extremely close relationship.

The family were seen laughing – and at one point, Fergie was seen adjusting her ex-husband’s lapel as they chatted away.

Sarah Ferguson shared a picture on Instagram of her, Prince Andrew and Princess Beatrice all giggling with the caption “Great day with my family”.

Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliam told Express.co.uk: “Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson have remained close after their divorce and it was no surprise to see evidence of this at Royal Ascot.”

The pair are believed to have remained close because of their friendship and family.

The former couple are proud parents to their daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.

In 2013, when asked whether she would remarry Andrew, Ms Ferguson said: “He’s still my handsome prince, he will always be my handsome prince.”

A total of 22 years have passed since Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson divorced Photo (C) GETTY
A total of 22 years have passed since Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson divorced Photo (C) GETTY

They also purchased a chalet together in the Swiss ski resort of Verbier, nearly two decades after their divorce.

In 2017, the Duchess of York said: “A table can’t stand on three legs, really, so you have the Duke and I, and the two girls.

“We’re a family unit and we lead by example.

“We support each other emotionally and we support each other health-wise.

“At least every two weeks we sit down and communicate, the four of us.”

Source: EXPRESS CO UK