Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew may have been divorced for years, but the former couple still share a strong connection with each other.

This week, the Duke and Duchess of York uploaded the exact same photo on their respective social media accounts to express their pride over Princess Eugenie’s recent engagement. The 29-year-old royal attended the Maundy Thursday service with Queen Elizabeth II.

“So proud of Her Majesty and Eugenie at the Maundy Thursday service at St. George’s Chapel today,” Ferguson captioned her photo.

Minutes later, Prince Andrew uploaded the same snap via his official Instagram account. The dad of two shared details about his daughter and mother’s recent outing through his caption.

“At the service, Her Majesty distributed Maundy money to 93 men and 93 women – one for each of the Queen’s 93 years. The 93 recipients have been recommended by clergy and ministers of all denominations – in recognition of their service to the church and to the local community,” he wrote.

After uploading their daughter and the Queen’s photo on Instagram, royal fans flocked to the former couple’s social media account to encourage them to get back together. Ferguson and Prince Andrew’s supporters could be happier to see their unified front.

Ferguson and Prince Andrew have been divorced for over two decades. They tied the knot in 1986, but they decided to go their separate ways in 1992. Four years later, Prince Andrew and Ferguson’s divorce was finalized.

Even after their split, Prince Andrew and Ferguson have maintained an amicable relationship with each other. In fact, there are rumors suggesting that they are still living together at the Royal Lodge.

During a recent interview, Ferguson acknowledged the fact that a lot of people have been asking her and Prince Andrew to get back together. However, she said that they have no plans to tie the knot again.

The mom of two also said that she and Prince Andrew are in a good place at the moment.

Prince Andrew, Sarah Ferguson 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