Today marks the 15th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana and with her youngest son's recent sex scandal her biographer, Andrew Morton has given his opinion of what the beloved mother would have thought of Prince Harry's behaviour.
Speaking to The Sun, Morton who wrote a tell-all book about Diana's private life and difficult marriage to the Prince of Wales, Prince Charles claims that she would have defended her son's antics but be concerned with where his partying was taking him.
Princes Harry and William with their mother, Princess Diana (WENN)
He said: “She would have defended him like a lioness with her cub — after all, she was photographed topless on a Spanish holiday — but would have worried he is drinking far too much.”
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“For Harry, booze equals trouble, just as it did for Diana’s elder sister Sarah when she was younger. She may have wondered if it is time for him to step away from the cocktail bar, if not the cocktail waitresses.”
Harry spoke poignantly about the loss of his mother at a service held to commemorate the 10 year anniversary of her death in 2007.
Princes William and Harry at their mother's funeral with uncle Earl Spencer and father Prince Charles, Sept 1997 (WENN)
The Prince, who was 12 when Diana died, said: “When she was alive we completely took for granted her unrivalled love of life, laughter, fun and folly.
“We both think of her every day. We speak about her and laugh together at all the memories.”
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