Asked recently about the possibility of a future with her ex-husband Prince Andrew, Sarah replied enigmatically: "We'll have to see"
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She's not the only one who seems to be reconsidering. Prince Harry reportedly went 'undercover' last week in order to spend time unrecognised with former love Chelsy Davy
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Fergie contemplates reunion with Andrew as Harry 'sees' Chelsy again
25 MARCH 2009
Nearly ten years after her marriage to Prince Andrew ended, Sarah Ferguson has not ruled out a reconciliation with her former husband.
Speaking recently to a UK magazine about the possiblity of a future with her ex, the Duchess of York definitely seemed to be leaving the door open. "How can I say? I just don't know. As you get older and wiser, maybe you feel differently about things. We'll have to see."
Although she and the Queen's middle son called it quits on their relationship in 1992, the 49-year-old mum of two's regrets seem to be more over timing than a dwindling of affection.
"So would I go back and do it all again? Yes, because I loved the man I married, and I was young and immature and I thought that love would conquer all."
"I would love to go back and be that young bride again. To learn the rules and the boundaries and how to behave. But I didnít do that, so I'm here and I'm sad about it," she adds.
She's not the only royal who seems to be revisiting past relationships. Last week Prince Harry reportedly donned an unusual disguise Ė a long black wig - to enable him to meet up with former girlfriend Chelsy Davy without being recognised .
And it seemed to do the trick. The Prince apparently managed to stay completely incognito when he joined with the Zimbabwe-born 23-year-old and a pal at a Vauxhall nightclub for a "rave for posh people".
"The fact that people kept on going up to Chelsy to ask about Harry with him standing right next to her was absolutely hilarious," a source told the Daily Mail. "Unbelievably though, they just didnít notice him at all."