Princess Diana "wouldn't be upset" by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's decision in "stepping back", fashion designer Paul Costelloe who worked with her for 15 years has claimed.
At London Fashion Week, Paul, 74, was asked how he thought Diana would react to Megxit, reports The Sun .
The Irish designer suggested his friend would have been supportive of the couple's decision .
He said: "She would say 'do what you need to do', definitely.
"She was not a royalist at all, she was a person of the people and she put her children first before anything else."
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Paul first met Diana when she visited his Windsor shop in 1982 and continued to dress her until she died in 1997 aged 36.
He said: "She was lovely to dress and she was a very honest, sincere person.
"She was family orientated and she had a sense of humour – she liked to smile."
He created the pink suit she wore for a tour of Canada in 1991, as well as a skirt for a trip to India in 1993.
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However, she isn't the only royal he dresses.
Paul has also worked for Princess Anne and her daughter Zara Tindall.
This comes as royal expert Tom Bower has described Meghan Markle as "spiteful" and added that she was trying to "commercialise the Royal Family" without thinking of the Queen.
On Meghan and Prince Harry's recent statement, Mr Bower, Prince Charles' biographer, said it read as a "threat" .
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His reaction was to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announcing they will stop using their Sussex Royal brand when they step down as senior royals on March 31.
The couple posted a lengthy statement on their personal website and claimed the Queen had no "jurisdiction" over the word "Royal" overseas and said the monarch and the Government wouldn't be able to stop them had they continued to use the word while abroad.
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