Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew's love for their daughters are incredible.

The Duke and Duchess of York remain amicable after their split. According to a body language expert, the key takeaway from Prince Andrew and Ferguson's body language is their love for their daughters.

"Beyond the couple's respect for one another, what truly stands out is the love they have for their daughters," Susan Constantine said (via Express). "To this day, it's clear that Fergie is at her happiest when she's with her girls."

Constantine also pointed out Prince Andrew's strong band with his children. "Prince Andrew is as present of a father as he can be given their circumstance," the expert said.

According to Ferguson, she and Prince Andrew split because they had no time with each other. She rarely sees her husband due to his royal duties when they were married and this broke her heart.

"My deal was that I was marrying my man, who happened to be a prince and a naval officer," Ferguson said. "But what I got was not the man, I got the palace and didn't get him.. and the courtiers told me I had to go to Buckingham Palace and he had to go to sea. For our marriage, I saw him 40 days a year."

Although things didn't turn out well for the couple, they remain on good terms. In fact, the Duchess of York has fond memories of their wedding.

"Let me go back in time," Ferguson recalled. "You are taken with such a wave of energy, that it is just mesmeric, it is just extraordinary."

"And you're so in love -- anyway, it's your wedding day," she continued. "Like every bride's wedding day, it's a special day. And you've got a beautiful dress on. But you're standing there with the man you love. And then there are people out there who are wishing you so well. And it's just extraordinary. It's just unfathomable. You can't explain it."

Prince Andrew and Ferguson are expected to reunite and sit beside each other at Princess Eugenie's wedding. However, some are concerned that Ferguson and Prince Philip's rift may cause a family friction at the event.