Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson have reportedly rekindled their romance - but are keeping things private.
The Duke of York and his former wife were recently spotted arriving in Spain together and have since been staying in the remote hotshot of Sotogrande.
According to The Sun, before their trip to Spain, the pair flew to Balmoral separately last week to avoid being pictured together.
The publication reports that the Queen having them both there seems to be a sign that she has given their romance her approval.
However, it's been said that Prince Charles and Prince Philip aren't happy with the alleged romance and are stopping them from going public.
A source told The Sun: "They could never remarry while Prince Philip is alive. He is dead against Sarah and blames her for bringing shame on the royals in the Nineties.
"The Queen has always had a soft spot for Sarah and says she has been a wonderful mother to Beatrice and Eugenie. She accepts that they have turned out well because their parents have been together in all but name.
"They have both been through a lot and many relationships but there is something between them, an unbreakable bond which keeps them close. It’s a shame they broke up in the first place."
A separate source claimed they don't think Andrew and Sarah will remarry.
They have both been through a lot and many relationships but there is something between them.
Ent Daily has contacted reps for the Duke and Duchess of York for comment.
The pair have daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie together and divorced in 1996.
Earlier this year, Fergie denied she's rekindled her romance with her former husband.
ITV's royal editor Chris Ship tweeted: "Royal relationship back on. Prince Andrew and Fergie back together more than 20 years after they divorced."
But a spokesman for Fergie denied the claims, saying: "The Duke and Duchess of York continue to be good friends and nothing has changed in their relationship."
Rumours began circulating when Sarah joined Prince Andrew on a number of official royal visits overseas, and the pair enjoyed a private visit to Bahrain, where they were official guests of the Bahrain Crown Prince.
The outing had marked the first time the Duchess of York had been on a foreign royal visit with the Duke for 25 years.
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