Princess Diana would have ‘banged William and Harry’s heads together’ over ‘silly feud’, says Paul Burrell

PRINCESS Diana would have “banged her sons” heads together’ over their “silly feud” her former butler has revealed.

Paul Burrell, 62, said that the late Princess of Wales would have brought her sons “back together.”

Speaking on the TV show The Royal Beat, he said: “If their mother was here today, she would bring them back together.

“She would bang their heads together and say: ‘Don’t be silly you’re my sons, you’re both equal.’

“It was very important to her that they stayed close.”

Paul’s comments follow reports that Princes William and Harry have become estranged over the past few months, following the Sussex’s decision to relocate to California.

The Queen’s former footman, who has been heavily criticised for speaking about the royal family in the past, also discussed Diana’s relationship with bulimia on the show.

Speaking on The Royal Beat he said the eating disorder gave her an element of control which she was lacking elsewhere in her troubled life.

Paul, 62, insists she had the disorder until she tragically died in a car crash in Paris in 1997, aged just 36.

He said: "It never left her life, bulimia, until the last week of her life. It was still there.

"She never conquered it because it was her control, her way of having control of something in her life.

"You know the end game for her was to maintain dignity and try and keep herself on track for her boys, her fear she could be institutionalised and she would lose her children."

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