Sarah Ferguson was recently photographed in public after she reportedly left Balmoral because of Prince Philip.

The Duchess of York arrived in Queen Elizabeth II’s vacation home with Prince Andrew earlier this week, and the former couple was supposed to stay in Balmoral for a couple of days.

However, their vacation was cut short after the Duke of Edinburgh arrived in Balmoral early. Since Fergie and Prince Philip are still not on good terms, the former was forced to get out of Balmoral to avoid crossing paths with her former father-in-law.

Days later, the mom of two was photographed at the airport. Body language expert Judi James told Express that Ferguson looked unhappy and regretful during her outing.

“Usually ebullient and positive, Sarah looks uncharacteristically serious and reflective in these poses, walking with her head leaning forward as though impatient to get to her destination and with an eye expression that makes her look almost haunted. In one shot her lips are sucked in, which is often associated with regret or unhappiness and in the other, her mouth is partially open but not in a smile,” she said.

James went on to say that poses such as the one that Ferguson was photographed in suggest that she was traveling to help or offer her support to someone rather than to enjoy herself.

But according to Daily Mail, Ferguson was at the airport to catch her private flight to Malaga with the Duke of York. The “panicked” couple decided to go to Spain after Prince Andrew proposed his plan to his ex-wife.

Reports swirled that the royal couple decided to leave the United Kingdom amid stories that sexual offender Jeffrey Epstein took his own life while awaiting his trial. Prince Andrew and Epstein were good friends. However, Prince Andrew was not convicted for any of the allegations thrown at Epstein.

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Sarah Ferguson almost got attacked by a man in 1988. Pictured: Ferguson arrives for the wedding of Princess Eugenie to Jack Brooksbank at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle on October 12, 2018 in Windsor, England. Getty Images/Jeremy Selwyn-WPA Pool