Sarah Ferguson is still occupying Prince Andrew's property following their divorce.

According to Francesca Specter, a journalist for Daily Express, the Duchess of York is often photographed at upmarket London venues. Ferguson's permanent residence is reportedly Prince Andrew's home, the Royal Lodge in Windsor.

It was reported earlier that the Duke and Duchess of York still live together. An insider revealed that Ferguson rules Prince Andrew's household. "Sarah Ferguson still rules the roost at the Duke's home — even though they're divorced," the insider said.

Ferguson confirmed the reports to radio host Kyle Sandilands. She claimed she's always in and out of the property and even described her relationship with Prince Andrew as "a love affair for life."

"I'm in and out all the time and he's in and out all the time," Ferguson said. "No we're not married - we are very happy the way things are. He is the finest man in my life - he is a nugget of goodness. I threw myself into a love affair for life."

Prince Andrew and Ferguson remain amicable following their divorce. In fact, they were last seen together at the Royal Ascot with their eldest daughter, Princess Beatrice. The family was photographed chatting and laughing together.

Ferguson shared the snap on Instagram and called her ex-husband a "family" in her caption. "Great day with my family @ascotracecourse @hrhthedukeofyork #Beatrice @princesseugenie #royalascot #racing," Ferguson wrote.

Prince Andrew and Ferguson are expected to reunite and sit together at Princess Eugenie's royal wedding. According to an expert, this is likely to happen if the bride will give her sister, Princess Beatrice, a major role during the ceremony.

"If they do sit as a three I wouldn't be surprised if we see Andrew, then Beatrice in the middle and Sarah on the other side," said James Brookes, communications director of Royal Central. "If Beatrice is playing a big role in the service, then it might be that Andrew and Sarah sit together."

Richard Fitzwilliams also believes that the exes will sit together during the wedding ceremony. "Royal protocol is made by the royal themselves. I suspect they may well sit together, as the bride's parents, it would make sense," Fitzwilliams explained.