Diana would be sad that Harry and William have fallen out, says royal chef

Princess Diana would be 'upset' that sons Prince Harry and Prince William do not have the same relationship anymore, according to a former royal chef.

The two grew up as close royal brothers, often relying on each other for support after the tragic death of their mother in 1997.

But in 2019, Harry publicly revealed for the first that their relationship had weakened amid tension between the Sussex and Cambridge households.

When questioned about an alleged rift with William, he said he loved his brother dearly but they were "on different paths" and have "good days" and "bad days".

Since then Harry has moved his family to Montecito in California, putting considerable distance between the two.

Reflecting on their strained relationship, Chef Darren McGrady — who served Diana and her sons for 15 years — has said he believes the current state of affairs would upset the late Princess of Wales.

Speaking to Coffee Friend he said: "Princess Diana would have been sad that their boys don’t have the same relationship now.

"She understood that the Queen came first, I don’t believe she ever did anything to really offend the Queen."

He also suggested that she "would have never had moved away" herself, adding: "That is purely because of her boys. She would never have moved to another country and left her young boys in the U.K.

"She’d grown up with her parents separated."

Back in October The Duke of Cambridge, 39, touchingly mentioned his California-based brother when speaking in memory of their mother at Kensington Palace, saying that they were “both happy” with the new Diana statue in the Sunken Garden.

While Harry was there for the emotional unveiling ceremony at the Palace in July, he did not go to the postponed private reception in autumn, which was held in honour of benefactors who donated towards the statue.

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