Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson had a playful relationship when they were still together.

Express shared a clip of the Duke and Duchess of York while filming what seems to be an official shot. The two are joking around and visibly have a hard time getting serious. When Ferguson bursts into laughter for yet another time, Prince Andrew calls her to go back in their initial position to retake the shot.

When Ferguson comes near the duke, Prince Andrew spanks her on her lower back. Ferguson is caught by surprise and says "I don't like him today!"

In the heartwarming clip, the ex-couple are visibly enjoying the company of each other as they chat in front of a series of precious china and porcelains. "These are very nice for dinner if we have nice people to dinner," Ferguson says. "They are extra, they are for me, because I like them."

At one point Ferguson calls Prince Andrew "naughty boy" when he fails to remember a detail of the subject they are talking about. Ferguson helps Prince Andrew recalls it, but the duke remains confused.

Prince Andrew and Ferguson's marriage only lasted for 10 years. Royal experts believe they split after the duchess' toegate scandal.

"She was famously photographed with her financial advisor and she was wearing a bikini in some garden in the south of France and he appeared to be sucking her toes," royal biographer Penny Juror said in the documentary. "She was at Balmoral when those photographs came out. The family came down for breakfast and there was Fergie in this shocking scene and that was the end."

Ferguson and Prince Andrew remain amicable after their divorce. In fact, they still spend time together. The exes were seen at the Royal Ascot together. Ferguson even shared a snap of them with daughter Princess Beatrice on Instagram and called her ex "family" prompting their fans to encourage them to remarry.

Ferguson also joined Prince Andrew and Princess Beatrice when they visited Queen Elizabeth II in Balmoral for the summer. However, she reportedly left before Prince Philip arrived. The two royals are avoiding each other with some speculating that they may cause a family friction at Princess Eugenie's royal wedding.

"I'm told that Prince Philip was at pains not to bump into the Duchess of York, 58, when she visited the Queen at Balmoral last week," Katie Hind, a journalist for Daily Mail wrote. "I am told that she has still not been forgiven by her former father-in-law."