Prince Harry wanted his mom, Princess Diana, to do one thing for him, and she delivered. Unfortunately, the son and mom’s relationship was cut short after the Princess of Wales’ death on Aug. 31, 1997.

In the CBS documentary “Meghan And Harry Plus One,” host Gayle King spoke with royal author Angela Levin about Prince Harry’s relationship with his late mother. The royal expert said that Princess Diana broke all of the rules to make sure that her sons would have the best life.

Levin also said that the most important thing for Prince Harry growing up was for his mom to keep him and his brother safe. In order to live up to what her sons wanted, Princess Diana broke the rules and traditions that were normally being done by a member of the royal family.

According to King, Princess Diana also made it a point to give her sons a normal life as much as possible. She took them to amusement parks and spent time with them at the beach. They also visited homeless shelters.

“Diana broke all the rules of traditional royal child rearing — even dropping her boys off at school herself,” King said. “That was unheard of in Prince Charles’ day,” she added.

And during Levin’s conversation with Prince Harry, the royal author revealed how the Duke of Sussex recounted how Princess Diana sparkled and laughed. Prince Harry also thought that Princess Diana was the best mother in the world.

Meanwhile, years after Princess Diana’s death, Prince William and Prince Harry are being pitted against each other. Sarah Baxter, the deputy editor of the Sunday Times, discussed the recent split between the brothers’ households. “We have definitely been told that the Palace does not want a repeat of the Diana celebrity situation,” she said.

Multiple sources have claimed that Prince William and Prince Harry have not been on good terms for months now. And Prince William’s decision to not visit his nephew shortly after his birth reignited rumors of their alleged feud.

Princess Diana, Prince Harry, Prince William and Prince Charles Prince Harry, Prince William and Prince Charles at a parade in the Mall, London, during V.J. Day commemorations, August 1994. Terry Fincher/Getty Images