A SWEET unearthed letter from Princess Diana reveals the special bond between her two sons Prince William and Prince Harry.
The late Princess wrote the note in March 1985, just six months after her youngest son was born.
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A section of the handwritten letter reads: "William adores his little brother and spends the entire time swamping Harry with an endless supply of hugs and kisses, hardly letting the parents near!"
The relationship only deepened over the years, dealing with their mother’s tragic death in 1997, and growing up in the public eye.
However, Prince William and Prince Harry are said to no longer be as close as their childhood days, and have been arguing for the past 18 months, journalist Tom Bradby has claimed.
He told The Times the princes' relationship "slowly descended into something that was difficult – personally and publicly – really over the past year and a half".
It comes after a tense few years for the brothers – reportedly falling out over Megxit last year, after Harry revealed in a 2019 interview with Mr Bradby they were already "on different paths".
The Duke of Sussex, who has now quit the royal family, accused his once-close brother of trying to "wreck his relationship" with Meghan Markle.
William had told Harry to take his relationship with the former actress slowly after he was first introduced to her at Kensington Palace.
The Sun also exclusively reported how Harry and Meghan had decided to move to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor because they "didn’t want to live next door to William and Kate" at Kensington Palace.
In March 2019, the splitting of their joint royal household saw the Cambridges and Sussexes run separate Instagram accounts.
William and Charles reportedly only received a copy of the Sussexes' bombshell statement announcing they were stepping down as senior royals ten minutes before it went online.
And Harry sensationally told the world in his chat with Oprah Winfrey earlier this year that his brother and father are "trapped" in the Royal Family.
Diana’s sweet letter was written to royal butler Cyril Dickman, who died aged 85 in 2012, 15 years after Diana.
The letter, which was uncovered and sold by his grandson, formed part of a collection of six handwritten notes including one from 1992 in which Diana says Prince Harry, then eight, was “constantly in trouble” at school.
They were sold at auction for £15,100, far exceeding the £2,300 to £3,600 estimate.
Prince Harry was a pupil at private Ludgrove School in Berkshire at the time and the letter shows his cheeky spirit which is his signature trait.
Prince Harry reunited with William and Charles for two hours after Philip’s funeral sparking hopes rift can be healed.
And the palace is reportedly ‘disappointed’ Prince Harry ‘usurped’ William and Kate Middleton’s visit with attack on Charles, Queen and Philip.
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