Amid recent rumors of a rift between the royal brothers Prince William and Prince Harry, biographer James Patterson tells how mother Princess Diana would react to their clash in a recent conversation with ET. According to Patterson, who is about to come out with his latest work Diana, William & Harry, the late royal is said to be “sad about the state of her children’s relationship.

According to reports, William and Harry’s brotherhood took a bad turn after Harry and his wife Meghan Marklea decided to leave the royal family in 2020 and resigned as senior royals to move to California. During his interview, Patterson said, “I think she would be saddened by the split with the two guys.” He continued: “I think that would make her really sad because they’d been so close as kids, and then… [that he] must stick with tradition, and the crown, and the royal family, and then Harry makes the break.”

Patterson also believes that even with the brothers and their opposing views on her divorce from Prince Charles, she would have parted ways with the royal family in 1996. He added that Diana “would have respected both sides” as they went through with the split. He went on to note: “I don’t think she looked at the royal family tradition and said it was a bad thing. Just the way it worked with her, I think it just didn’t suit her at all. It was very hard. She’s a free spirit. That’s very, very hard.” He continued: “I think she would have been very sympathetic, completely sympathetic, to what Harry was doing, but I think she would have understood Will’s path as well. She was that kind of person. She wasn’t very judgmental.”

As for the reconciliation between the brothers, Patterson thinks it’s inevitable, as he revealed he’d be “surprised if they didn’t get close again at some point”.

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