Sarah Ferguson appears to have truly been welcomed back into the royal fold as she's arrived in Scotland to reportedly spend a week with the Queen.
Prince Andrew and Fergie arrived at Aberdeen separately but reports suggest the pair are taking a week's break at Balmoral.
Rumours have been swirling for months that the divorced pair – who remain good friends – have rekindled their romantic relationship.
They've attended numerous events together, often with their daughters Beatrice and Eugenie, but have denied they're back together.
Fergie was embroiled in a number of scandals over the years but since Princess Eugenie's wedding last October, it appears the Duchess of York has slowly been welcomed back into regular royal life.
Now The Sun reports the Yorks will enjoy a week as a family with the Queen at her beloved Scottish estate.
Prince Andrew flew to Aberdeen on a private jet on Tuesday while Fergie took a commercial flight on Thursday.
A source claimed they "went to great lengths to avoid being spotted together arriving".
Beatrice, 32, and Eugenie, 29, are expected to join their parents on the summer trip, the newspaper reports.
A royal insider reportedly told the outlet: “Prince Andrew and Sarah are at Balmoral as guests of the Queen and are expected to be there for a number of days. They will be joined by their daughters for some of the holiday.
“It’s not the first time they’ve been there as a couple in recent years but it’s significant because of all the rumours about them getting back together.
“The Queen wanted them there as a family and it’s very much her giving the private nod of approval.”
It was reported in April by ITV's royal editor Chris Ship that the Yorks had reconciled but Buckingham Palace denied the reports.
It's been widely reported that Prince Phillip disproved of them getting back together but is said to now be open to the possibility while Prince Charles isn't so keen.
Fergie and Prince Andrew wed in 1986, separated in March 1992 and five months later she was pictured having her toes sucked by Texan millionaire John Bryan in Saint Tropez.
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