Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson are being rumored to have gotten back together yet again.

Even though the previous speculations have not died down, the former husband and wife are once again being linked to each other after Prince Andrew and Ferguson’s previous interview resurfaced.

In 2012, the ex-couple sat down for an interview in the documentary “The Queen’s Diamond Decades.” Ferguson said that it was her wit and charm that attracted Prince Andrew to her. The dad of two agreed and said that he was also attracted to the Duchess of York’s red hair.

Ferguson couldn’t contain her laughter upon hearing what Prince Andrew said and joked that he was also attracted to her good looks. Several years later, Ferguson sat down for another interview where she once again talked about her love for Prince Andrew.

“Now our life together is the greatest ever. It’s so hard to comprehend because we’re not normal… This is our fairytale, and we’re telling it our way,” she told Modern Hero.

Anna Kretschmer, a journalist for Express, said that Ferguson’s fondness for Prince Andrew and all of the positive things she continues to say about her ex-husband are what probably convinced fans that they will get back together one day.

However, this has not happened. Prince Andrew and Ferguson have maintained an amicable relationship with each other even their divorce, and they still function as a family especially when it comes to raising Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.

But it is still unclear if the two are really thinking about getting back together again. During her interview with Daily Mail, Ferguson admitted that a lot of people have asked her if she ever wants to marry Prince Andrew again.

“But we’re so happy with the way we are right now. We enjoy each other’s company; we allow each other to blossom… I know it sounds like a fairytale but that’s the way we are,” she said.

Prince Andrew, Sarah Ferguson Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson did not get back together. Pictured: Prince Andrew, Ferguson attend the Virgin London Marathon on April 25, 2010 in London, England. on April 25, 2010 in London, England. Photo: Getty Images/Gareth Cattermole