Princess Eugenie and her sister Beatrice played happy families with their mother Sarah Ferguson yesterday as they watched Prince Andrew rehearse for the Trooping of the Colour.
Eugenie, 29, took to Instagram to post a series of photos of her father with full uniform on and also a family photo of them – while claiming how proud she was of him while he performed his duties as colonel of the Grenadier guards.
She also posted a picture of her, her mother and Beatrice watching their father while he rehearsed.
While The Duchess of York posted a series of similar pictures – with fans hoping that it meant that ‘marriage’ was back on the cards for the couple.
She also posted a picture of her, her mother and Beatrice watching their father while he rehearsed
Sarah Ferguson, Beatrice and Eugenie watch on as the Duke of York rehearsed yesterday
Eugenie said on the post: ‘Today, the Yorks were really proud of Papa @hrhthedukeofyork as Colonel of the @grenadier.guards
‘He reviewed the parade and took the salute at the Colonel’s Review. The Grenadier Guards will troop their colour next week in front of their colonel-in-chief, Her Majesty The Queen.
Sarah Ferguson, who divorced Prince Andrew in 1996 after 10 years of marriage, stood beside her ex-husband in a navy blue outfit and a hat.
Beatrice also donned a hat and paired it with a mid length black and white dress, while Eugenie dressed more for the weather with a yellow short sleeved dress.
Prince Andrew yesterday rehearsing for the Trooping of the colours next week – Eugenie said how proud she was of him
The Duchess of York also posted a series of similar photos to her Ingram account later in the day saying how proud she was of the duke
Posing as a family, despite the couple splitting over twenty years ago, they all looked happy to be together.
The Duchess of York also posted a series of similar photos to her Instagram account later in the day saying how proud she was of the duke.
Royal fans were excited for the reunion with one commenting: ‘Wonderful photos – now all you have to do is get married again please!!’
Prince Andrew rides on horseback as he salutes troops during the Colonel’s Review which is is the second of two rehearsals ahead of Trooping The Colour
The Duchess of York, 59, was seen standing next to her former husband Prince Andrew, as she talked to clergy before entering the chapel
Soldiers parade during the Colonel’s Review on the mall in London just before the Duke of York, Colonel of the Grenadier Guards, salutes them
Another replied: ‘I’ve never seen a non-couple look so much like a couple like these two. Go on, time to remarry!!!!’
A third said: ‘Thanks so much for sharing these photos !!! You all look so great and so happy!!! Such a wonderful family. I’d just love to see you and the Duke remarry or at least officially get back together.
‘You two are soul mates and in my eyes The Greatest Royal Love Story. You two are meant to be.’
Last month the couple made a rare public appearance together after denying romance rumours – during the royal wedding of Lady Gabriella Windsor and Thomas Kingston.
Soldiers and musicians take to the streets of London to rehearse at the Colonel’s Review on June 1 ahead of the Queen’s official birthday
The Household Division take their position as rehearsals commence for the Trooping the Colour for the Colonel’s Review
The pair have remained extremely close, sharing Andrew’s official residence, Royal Lodge at Windsor, and buying a luxury ski chalet in Verbier. But Fergie has denied there is anything more to their relationship than being friends.
Yesterday two guardsmen had to be helped to their feet after collapsing in sweltering heats during rehearsals for the Trooping the Colour ceremony.
The Household Division soldiers, who had been taking part in a second round of rehearsals ahead the Queen’s official birthday event next week on the Horse Guards Parade in
As the troops, who were dressed in full uniform, including a bearskin hat, took position the two guardsmen were seen falling to their knees as temperatures began to hit 77F in central London.
With their colleagues maintaining their position as the rehearsals came to a standstill, three comrades were seen rushing to one of the soldiers aid, removing his heavy bearskin hat and trying to bring him to his feet.