Duchess of York to remarry Prince Andrew?

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01 October 2013

Sarah, Duchess of York, hasn't ruled out remarrying Britain's Prince Andrew after admitting she'll always have feelings for her ex-husband despite their divorce in 1996.

Sarah, Duchess of York, hasn't ruled out remarrying Britain's Prince Andrew.

The duchess ? who has two daughters, Princess Beatrice (25) and Princess Eugenie (23), with Andrew ? has fuelled rumours the pair may tie the knot once again after admitting she'll always have feelings for her ex-husband.

When asked if she would consider remarrying, she replied, "He's still my handsome prince; he'll always be my handsome prince.

"It's lovely that we are such a family and the story has a happy ending all the time.

"In our every day, we really respect each other and we honour each other and it's just lovely to have that sense of integrity. And that's the way we are."

The couple have remained close since their divorce in 1996 and most recently enjoyed a vacation together with Queen Elizabeth at her Balmoral estate in Scotland.

However, Andrew's father, Prince Philip, doesn't favour his son's ex-wife ? who brought scandal to the royal family after being caught while having her toes sucked by a financial adviser while separated but still married to Andrew in 1992, and for offering a journalist access to him for £500 000 (then R8 million) in 2010 ? and friends say if they were to remarry it would be after the 92-year-old's death.

A source said previously, "We know he would oppose any remarriage, that's why we all say it can only happen after he has gone. Andrew wouldn't want to upset his father; indeed I don't think he would be allowed to."

-Bang Showbiz

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