WILLIAM pronounced he is dynamic to pass on his mum’s memory to kids George and Charlotte by “talking about grandma Diana”.
But he suggested the late princess would have been “a calamity grandmother”.
He said: “She’d come in substantially at bath-time and means an extraordinary volume of stage — froth everywhere, bathwater all over the place — and then leave.”
William and wife Kate have put photos of the princess around the residence so their children will feel they’ve grown up with her.
And he pronounced he was fervent to spend as much time as probable with George and Charlotte to delight the early years as Di did.
The duke said: “It’s critical they know who my mom was.
“Katherine didn’t know her, so she can't really yield that turn of detail. So we do.”