I’ll def­i­nitely dress my kids the same

The Irish Mail on Sunday - - DIANA MEMORIES OF MUMMY -

THE match­ing out­fits Diana chose for her sons – two years apart in age and very dif­fer­ent in char­ac­ter and looks – still make the princes smile, they re­vealed in July’s ITV doc­u­men­tary.

Harry said: ‘Wil­liam would turn around and go, “This is ridicu­lous, I’m the older brother. Why do I have to be dressed the same as him?” And I’m sort of think­ing, “Hang on a sec­ond, I’m not go­ing to be the only per­son dressed like this!’’

‘I like to think she had great fun dress­ing us up. I’ll def­i­nitely dress my kids up the same way!’

In­deed, tra­di­tional out­fits in co-or­di­nat­ing colours are al­ready Wil­liam and Kate’s choice for Prince Ge­orge and Princess Char­lotte when they are seen in pub­lic.

She was the best mum in the world. She smoth­ered us with love, that’s for sure...

Their mother may have dressed up for their 1988 Ma­jorca hol­i­day but it’s laid­back polo shirts and long shorts for the young princes In stripes and warm bright red jumpers in Scot­land in the sum­mer of 1989 And here’s one that wasn’t Diana’s do­ing… the boys in their uni­forms on the school run dur­ing the 1989 au­tumn term at West Lon­don’s Wetherby School The princes don’t just match each other but Diana too, as they pose in stripes on the steps of the Marivent Palace in Ma­jorca on the first day of a 1986 hol­i­day with King Juan Car­los and Queen Sofia of Spain

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