Princess Diana would be proud of Prince Harry and Prince William despite their fallout, Fergie has claimed.

It comes after multiple reports about the brothers speculating their splintering relationship.

The royal brothers have only reunited a few times this year, at Prince Philip's funeral and at the unveiling of a statue to their mum, Princess Diana, at Kensington Palace on what would have been her 60th birthday.

The Duchess of York also said she does not doubt that Diana would be splitting her time between the UK and America to see her children and grandchildren.

Speaking to The Sun ahead of her new Mills & Boon bodice-ripper Her Heart For A Compass, she spoke of how "iconic and inspirational" the late princess is.

Princess Diana with the Duchess of York during a skiing holiday in Klosters, Switzerland, in March 1988 (

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Sarah Ferguson, the ex-wife of Prince Andrew, said: "I think first and foremost she’d be hugging her grandchildren and so proud of both her sons and their wives.

“She’d be travelling between Santa Barbara and Kensington Palace.

“She would also be championing her causes when it came to children’s charities.”

Fergie's new fictional novel is set in Victorian England about Margaret (the Duchess's middle name) navigating royal life.

In a separate interview to promote her new book, she said Diana would be "so proud" of her son the Duke of Sussex and daughter-in-law the Duchess of Sussex.

When asked by Good Morning America what she thought of how Meghan had been treated by the press, Fergie said: "I wish Harry and Meghan so much happiness. I know Diana would be so proud of her sons and their wives."

Sarah Ferguson told Good Morning America that Diana would be 'so proud' of Prince Harry and Prince William (

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Fergie went on to say she and Diana experienced "tough" times with the British media - and now, in her book 'Her Heart for a Compass: A Novel', she is "finding her voice".

The book is about a "rebel" royal in 1865 whose only desire is to follow her heart.

In a reference to the Sussexes' bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey, Fergie added: "There should be no judgement on race, creed, colour or any other denomination."

Princess Diana with her sons Prince William and Prince Harry in 1995 (

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During the chat in March, the couple claimed there had been "conversations" within the Royal Family about the colour of Archie's skin before he was born.

In the same interview, Meghan also revealed it was Fergie who taught her how to curtsy before a surprise visit from the Queen.

Meghan told Oprah said: “Fergie ran out and said, ‘Do you know how to curtsy?’

“Apparently, I did a very deep curtsy, I don’t remember it.”

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced they would step down as senior royal in January 2020 (

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Harry and Meghan announced they were stepping as senior royals in January 2020 and moved to Canada with their son Archie before settling in California.

While raising their two young children - Archie and Lilibet - they are working on humanitarian projects through their charity Archewell.

This month, Harry announced he is writing a memoir about life in the royal family.

He has agreed to a publication deal with Penguin Random House, which described the book as an "intimate and heartfelt memoir from one of the most fascinating and influential global figures of our time" and promises “an honest and captivating personal portrait.”

In a statement, Penguin also adds Harry will share his "adventures, losses, and life lessons" - including from his time on the frontlines in Afghanistan.