Anna Wintour
Anna Wintour is pictured attending the Met Gala on May 7, 2018 in New York City. Angela Weiss/AFP/Getty Images

Princess Diana reportedly spoke about her loneliness and gushed over her sons, Prince William and Prince Harry just six weeks before she passed away.

Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour recently shared details about her conversation with the late Princess Wales, whom she met at the Four Seasons in 1997. Princess Diana wore a mint green Chanel suit for the outing, and Wintour said that she looked fantastic.

Wintour also said that Princess Diana spent a lot of time deciding what to wear for their lunch. But perhaps the most shocking detail Vogue’s head revealed had to do with the actual conversations she had with the mom of two.

While speaking with Tina Brown at the Women in the World Summit, Wintour said that Princess Diana opened up about her loneliness during their discussion. The late royal also appeared to be terribly lonely at that time. Prince Charles’ ex-wife also spoke about her sons lovingly.

But one of the things that struck most with Wintour during their conversation had to do with Princess Diana’s claim that the royal family was not comfortable dealing with the media.

“I think that the part of her popularity was that Princess Diana really was so good with the media and was so in tune with them and welcomed them rather than standing back. In a way, she was certainly the first person in the royal family to understand the benefits of that,” Wintour said (via E! News).

Meanwhile, Wintour also talked about Meghan Markle and said that the former Hollywood actress is really bringing modernity to the royal family in a way that is inspiring.

One of the things that inspired Wintour about Markle was when she decided to walk down the aisle by herself during her royal wedding to Prince Harry.

“That to me was representative of a modern woman. And then looking at her extraordinarily beautiful and proud mother in the pew, that symbolized, ‘Goodness, this is going to be a different day for the British royal family,” she said.