Princess Dian's former bodyguard, in his newly-released book, drew a comparison between the Princess of Wales and her two sons, Prince William and Prince Harry.
The former police protection officer Wharfe, in his book 'Diana: Remembering The Princess' penned with author Ros Coward, claimed: "William and Harry are very much their mother’s boys in so many ways, even though there are differences between them.
"Although William has perhaps reverted to a world away from the limelight when it comes to his children, he does try to engage and to bring a more modernised approach."
Mr Wharf also claimed that Princess of Wales would have likely maintained a "high profile role" in the charity world had she not died in a car crash in August 1997.
In the extract published by the Mail on Sunday, Mr Wharfe added: "But with Harry, we can see Diana’s legacy more clearly – and when he returns into the Royal fold, which I think he will do, I believe that will be even clearer."
Prince Harry, who officially stepped down as full-time working royals at the end of March 2020, has been tipped to return into the royal fold.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are establishing their new lives and work in California and also bringing up their children Lilibet and Archie Harrison there, would return to the UK in future, according to Wharf.
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