Princess Diana "would be thrilled to pieces" now that Prince Harry and Prince William "are happy," an ex-Royal chef that worked closely with the family has claimed.
Former royal chef Darren McGrady, 60, worked for the Royal Family for 11 years, cooking meals for the likes of the Queen, Prince Harry and Princess Diana.
McGrady, who was recently portrayed by Sean Harris in the Princess Diana biopic, Spencer, has spoken fondly of the family and revealed that Diana was keen on making "everything so normal" for her two sons.
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The ex-royal chef heaped praise onto the late Princess of Wales, comparing the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, to Diana.
The chef said: "William has always known that he’s going to be king one day over Harry, William was the heir, Harry was the spare.
"Princess Diana would have been thrilled to pieces now that both boys are happy, they’ve found a partner and they’re happy within their relationships because obviously she wasn’t and went through a divorce and separation.
"I think she’d be so proud of William the way he has taken on these Royal duties."
The former chef to the Royal Family also hinted that Princess Diana was keen to give Harry and William experiences to bring the children "into the next century".
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Chef McGrady, speaking to Coffee Friend, said: "I know it sounds dramatic to say, but the way Princess Diana was bringing the children into the next century – she was able to say, 'I know they’re Royal children, but they’re normal children too.'
"It wasn’t the case of having to dress for dinner or sit at the table and be served formally by butlers.
"On a Saturday night, you’d see Diana sitting down in front of the TV eating dinner with her boys, it just made everything so normal.
"It was Diana’s way of showing them, you’re children too, and we see a lot of that with Kate now too."
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