Diana would watch trash TV and eat McDonald's with William and Harry

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Princess Diana would watch trash TV and guzzle McDonald's with William and Harry every week to give her sons a 'normal life'... and because they liked the Happy Meal toys Paul Burrell revealed they would order Big Mac and chips and watch Blind Date  Palace chef Darren McGrady said boys were 'royal princes with children's plates' Before her tragic death, Diana was widely praised as being a hands-on mother 

By Jack Elsom For Mailonline

Published: 01:19 BST, 16 September 2019 | Updated: 01:19 BST, 16 September 2019

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Princess Diana regularly treated William and Harry to McDonalds in a deliberate effort to give her sons a 'normal' upbringing, a former Royal Family aide has revealed. 

Paul Burrell, Diana's butler, recalled that each Saturday the Princes would wolf down a Big Mac and chips slumped in front of a trash TV show.

And a Kensington Palace kitchen chef recalled that, despite having a team of top chefs at their disposal, William and Harry would regularly seek out fast-food diners.

Princess Diana rides the log flumes at Thorpe Park in 1993 with her sons Harry (middle) and William. The Princess was keen to give her sons a 'normal' childhood

Princess Diana rides the log flumes at Thorpe Park in 1993 with her sons Harry (middle) and William. The Princess was keen to give her sons a 'normal' childhood

Paul Burrell (left), Diana's butler, recalled that each Saturday the Princes would wolf down a Big Mac and chips slumped in front of a trash TV show.

Paul Burrell (left), Diana's butler, recalled that each Saturday the Princes would wolf down a Big Mac and chips slumped in front of a trash TV show.

A Kensington Palace kitchen chef recalled that, despite having a team of top chefs at their disposal, William and Harry would regularly seek out fast-food diners

A Kensington Palace kitchen chef recalled that, despite having a team of top chefs at their disposal,

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