The Duchess of York was pictured earlier this week, the day Meghan Markle’s dad reportedly dropped out of the wedding, enjoying herself at a palace event.
While she is on the guest list for her nephew’s royal wedding ceremony, it is said she will not be attending the evening reception.
However, the stunning redhead seems unfazed by the apparent snub.
She enjoyed a drink from a wine glass at St. James Palace for the Evening Standard’s Oscar’s Book Prize 2018 event.
She was accompanied by daughter Princess Eugenie, 28, and seemed to enjoy herself, smiling for photos with friends at the event.
Sarah seemed happy and relaxed at the high profile event, bending down playfully to talk a young child.
She defied her years, baring her legs in a knee length dress which had a low cut neckline.
Sarah is believed to still live with Prince Andrew, 58, her ex husband, who is the Queen’s son.
This is not the only royal event the one time royal bride has attended in recent years.
Last summer, she appeared in the Royal Box at Ascot alongside Prince Andrew.
Sarah has had a busy week, as she was pictured travelling across the country to Yorkshire yesterday.
In pictures posted on her Instagram, she is smiling broadly among a group of schoolchildren.
She captioned the post: “So honoured to visit @ruddisvintagetreatrooms in Huddersfield who raise funds for retreats for children with cancer and their families @huddersfielduni #huddersfield #yorkshire.”
An insider has revealed exclusively to Express.co.uk whether they will sit next to one another at the royal event.
Both are invited to the nuptials at St. George’s Chapel, where Meghan Markle, 36, and Prince Harry, 33, will tie the knot.
However, it has emerged that they will not sit together, according to a palace insider.
Instead, the Duchess of York will sit with her daughters. “Sarah is planning to sit beside her daughters,” the source confirmed.
“I believe Sarah will not be beside Prince Andrew but on the other side to him.”