Sarah Ferguson recently praised her ex-husband, Prince Andrew, after his interview with BBC aired on Saturday. In the Duke of York’s conversation with Emily Maitlis, he discussed his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein.

The dad of two has been accused of sexually abusing underage girls decades ago. As of late, two women have already detailed their harrowing experience with Prince Andrew. However, Queen Elizabeth’s so-called favorite child has denied the allegations.

Following his interview, the Duchess of York praised Prince Andrew for his honesty and openness.

“It is so rare to meet people that are able to speak from their hearts with honesty and pure real truth, that remains steadfast and strong to their beliefs. Andrew is a true and real gentleman and is stoically steadfast to not only his duty but also his kindness and goodness of always seeing the best in people,” she said.

Prince Andrew and Ferguson have been divorced for years, but they seem to have the most unique relationship among the other divorced couples in the royal family. Shortly after they called it quits, the Duke and Duchess of York have agreed to stay friends.

In fact, this isn’t the first time that Ferguson praised her ex-husband. Two years ago, the mom of two opened up about their divorce and said that she sometimes wonders if their marriage really ended.

“We’re divorced to each other right now. We’ve never really left each other,” she said.

Prince Andrew and Ferguson reportedly still live at the Royal Lodge together. And their daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie grew up with this kind of set up.

The royal siblings are also very pleased with their parents’ relationship. Princess Beatrice previously called Prince Andrew and Ferguson the best-divorced couple in the world.

“He’s still my handsome prince. He’ll always be my handsome prince. We really believe in being good parents for our girls,” Fergie said during her 2013 interview.

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Pictured: Prince Andrew, Ferguson attend the Virgin London Marathon on April 25, 2010 in London, England. on April 25, 2010 in London, England. Getty Images/Gareth Cattermole