26 August 2013 - 13:09
Latest reports suggest Prince Andrew and Duchess of York have rekindled romance


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Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York have reportedly rekindled their romance after years of remaining close friends.

The couple have stayed close since their divorce in 1996 and in recent years have even lived together.

“Mark my words, they will marry,” a source close to the couple told The Daily Telegraph. “It is only a matter of time.”

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The Duchess of York is said to have rekindled her relationship with former husband, Prince Andrew.

Last month, the Duchess joined her former husband and their Princess daughters, Beatrice and Eugenie, at Balmoral to visit the Queen on her annual summer holiday. The trip was Sarah’s first time at the Scottish estate in over ten years, and the invitation was seen as Sarah being welcomed back into the family.

‘The Duchess is being treated as if she and the Duke were still married,” a source revealed to the Sunday Express.

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Earlier this month at Princess Beatrice’s 25th birthday party guests noticed the closeness between the former husband and wife.

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Prince Andrew and Sarah have remained close friends since their divorce.

“They behaved more like an old married couple than an old divorced couple,” an insider told the Daily Mail’s Richard Kay.

In the past Sarah has spoken of her and Andrew’s divorce revealing the couple made the separation legal due to work commitments.

“There was no reason for Andrew and I to get divorced, there wasn’t another person in our lives to go to.

“We got divorced because I had to go out to work, and Andrew and I believed that it wasn’t right for me to be commercial while I was still in the royal family.”

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