Princess Diana never had the chance to meet the moms of her daughters-in-law. But if she were still alive, royal fans couldn’t help but wonder how the Princess of Wales would’ve treated Carole Middleton and Doria Ragland.

On the online forum site Quora, Christine Smith, a retired educator, said that Princess Diana would’ve been Carole and Ragland’s worst nightmare. If Prince William and Prince Harry’s mom was still alive, she would have been very jealous of her daughters-in-law’s moms.

“As far as Diana’s personality goes, she was so insecure that I suspect Diana would’ve been Carole’s & Doria’s worst nightmare. Diana was wrought with jealousy… Like most mums, she was a lioness and nobody came between her and her cubs… Most mums can appreciate that and relate… However, Diana’s mental health issues, young age, and divorce situation would have made the boys marrying, like a mountain to climb for Diana,” she said.

Tulika Sinha also said that she thinks Princess Diana would have a very bad relationship with Carole and Ragland. This is because she would also most likely be hostile towards them.

But at least one royal fan said that she thinks Princess Diana would’ve gotten along well with Carole and Ragland. After all, Middleton’s mom and Markle’s mom are both nice individuals.

Several other royal fans also said that the public should stop talking about Princess Diana since she has already been dead for over two decades. And it’s about time to let her rest in peace.

Princess Diana passed away on Aug. 31, 1997, following a fatal car crash in Paris. Following her death, Prince Charles picked up Princess Diana corpse and brought it to London. At the time of her death, Prince William was only 15 years old, while Prince Harry was just 12 years old.

As such, Princess Diana didn’t also have the chance to meet her daughters-in-law. Prince William and Middleton wed in 2011, while Prince Harry and Markle wed last year.

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Britain's Princess of Wales arrives at her London health club. Johnny Eggitt/AFP/Getty Images)