Sarah Ferguson looked radiant at Lady Gabriella’s royal wedding.

On Saturday, the Duchess of York reunited with Prince Andrew and Princess Beatrice to attend another royal wedding, though Princess Eugenie was noticeably missing from the ceremony.

Some netizens praised Ferguson as she looked stunning in her pink dress. The royal mom of two paired her outfit with brown heels, a matching clutch and a feathered hat.

Ferguson was spotted making her way into the chapel with Prince Andrew and Princess Beatrice. They were seen with the latter's new boyfriend, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

Prior to the big day, Ferguson shared a snap of a bridal gown on Instagram. The duchess announced that she visited the boutique of Brides do Good and Bicester Village and was moved by their mission.

Brides do Good is a social enterprise that sells designer wedding dresses and donates up to two-thirds of the proceeds to projects that provide a safe education for girls.

Meanwhile, the netizens were quick to make speculations about her post. One said that she thought Ferguson is tying the knot again.

A number of netizens are hoping that the Duke and Duchess of York would rekindle their romance. One said that Prince Andrew will love seeing Ferguson walk towards him again in that dress.

“Wishing you and the Duke of York will remarry soon, you're such a great couple to watch, still very close after being divorce for decades,” a different user commented.

Prince Andrew and Ferguson denied the rumors that they are back together. However, many believe that the couple remains special to each other.

In fact, earlier this month, Ferguson failed to show up at the launch of one of the Children’s Air Ambulance’s new helicopters in the gardens of Lamberth Palace – a charity that she has been supporting for many years as a patron. Many were surprised and overjoyed to see Prince Andrew stepping in for his ex-wife.

“The Children's Air Ambulance is an important charity which helps save the lives of so many babies and young children. These aircraft make a real difference to these young patients where speed can be the difference between life and death,” Prince Andrew said in his speech.

Sarah Ferguson Sarah Ferguson attends Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, in Windsor, on May 19, 2018. Photo: Getty Images/Gareth Fuller