He was even allowed to fight with the queen: Princess Diana's confession that he loved Harry more than William

The life of the princess Diana of Wales was characterized by the suffering behind the doors of the Royal Palace, between your marriage with the Prince Charles and the strict rules to which it was subject. But Diana had two good reasons to smile: her children William and Harry, that his escape was to the boring life in the palace and the intimidation of the press.

Together with her children, the princess did what she wanted. He took them on a bike ride through the park, sled, at McDonalds and even went to Disneyland.

Although she professed a deep love for both, Diana once said that "he gave more attention"to Prince Harry who gave Prince William.

Richard Kay, a real commentator who was close to the beloved princess, revealed that Lady Di often spoke about her "dear childrenbut that was more focused on Harry.

According to what Kay told, Diana felt that Harry needed more attention because he lived in the shadow of his older brother William, who wanted to become king from birth.

"As compensation, Diana spilled more love and attention on Harry," Richard wrote in a special for the Daily Mail.

Despite his efforts to give love to both children, he noticed how members of the royal family treated Harry differently than William.

According to Kay, Diana told her that it was her duty to focus more on Harry.

"I have to do it, Charles and I work very hard to make sure that both children get the same amount of time and love, but other family members seem to concentrate on William."

Kay claimed that too Diana came to fight with the queen for favoring William above Harry, making him visibly discouraged. The situation around children became critical between the two.

"Harry had complained that William and he every time he visited his grandmother, it always made a fuss and sat down next to him." It is not fair, Harry said to his mother.

Harry remembered the moments he spent with his mother, and how she would "sneak" & # 39; in the movies and would drive them away with the roof of the convertible downstairs.

Despite the fact that she was in the open, Diana tried to keep her children as "normal" as she could in and out of the Kensington Palace.