Queen Elizabeth II reportedly remains a fan of Sarah Ferguson’s.

The Duchess of York had been frozen out by the royal family following her divorce from Prince Andrew. However, there’s a high chance that she will return to the royal fold since the Queen still likes her.

Speaking on Channel 5’s documentary “The Royal Family: Affairs and Infidelities,” royal author Anna Pasternak described the relationship between Queen Elizabeth II and Ferguson. She also recognized how the Duke and Duchess of York are the best co-parents.

“I think we’ll see lot more of Sarah within the inner sanctum of the Royal Family,” Pasternak said.

“I happen to know that the Queen is a huge fan of Sarah’s and has an enormous affection for her,” she added.

A number of royal experts believed that Queen Elizabeth II and Ferguson were able to maintain their close proximity despite the latter’s divorce from Prince Andrew.

According to biographer Allan Starkie in the “Fergie Downfall of the Duchess” documentary, Ferguson had the monarch’s support after her and Prince Andrew’s split. In fact, they continued to see each other.

Ferguson would reportedly go over and see the Queen on Sundays with her daughters Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice. Her Majesty also invited the duchess for Christmas holidays, but she had to stay in a farmhouse.

That wasn’t the only thing that Queen Elizabeth II did to Ferguson. One time, Prince Edward accused Prince Andrew’s ex-wife of leaking his relationship with Sophie, Countess of Wessex to the press. The Earl of Wessex is very careful about his affair with Sophie because he doesn’t want the media to ruin it. He saw how the press ruined Prince Charles’, Princess Anne’ and Prince Andrew’s marriages and wanted to avoid it. So, he was mad when Princess Diana’s biographer Andrew Morton learned about his romance with Sophie and blamed Ferguson.

In response to it, Queen Elizabeth II summoned Prince Edward for blaming Ferguson without any basis. He immediately apologized for his actions. It was later learned that one of the employees in the royal household leaked the news.

Last June, Queen Elizabeth II and Ferguson’s warm reunion was caught on camera. The two were seen smiling and chatting when they met on the fourth day of the Royal Ascot in 2018.

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Queen Elizabeth II attends the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey in London on March 11, 2019. Getty Images/Richard Pohle