Princess Diana was a very hands-on mom to Prince William and Prince Harry. And she would have given her grandchildren the same treatment if only she were still alive.

If the Princess of Wales didn’t die in a car crash on Aug. 31, 1997, she would also be present at Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor’s christening this weekend. Princess Diana would’ve also given Prince Harry and Meghan Markle a piece of touching advice.

Lorraine Kelly, a columnist for The Sun, said that the mom of two would have encouraged her son and daughter-in-law to not hide Archie from the world.

“Diana, who knew all about public perception and how to deal with the media, would have advised them to counteract the criticism by making sure that Archie’s christening was an event the whole country could enjoy,” she said.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are faced with countless criticisms regarding Archie at the moment. Not only did they “hide” his face when they shared it on Instagram on Father’s Day; they also announced that Archie’s christening will be private.

Even though Prince Harry and Markle vowed to share official photos of Archie during his christening to the public, royal photographers are not happy because they can’t take photos of the young royal themselves.

“Diana would have known that images of a cute baby and his doting parents, with guests all done up to the nines, would take the heat off the negative stories surrounding the Frogmore building work,” she said.

Meanwhile, Princess Diana would have also been helpful in Markle’s ongoing feud with her family. If she were still alive today, she would have stopped Thomas Markle Sr and his children from being a thorn in the Duchess of Sussex’s side.

Unfortunately, the Princess of Wales is no longer around and Markle and Prince Harry have to deal with all of the criticisms they are faced with on their own.