Princess Diana, Elton John
Princess Diana and Elton John were good friends. Pictured: Princess Diana, John standing next to Princess Diana (L) during the requiem mass for Italian fashion designer Gianni Versace at the Duomoin Milan 22 July 1997. Getty Images/Gerard Julien/AFP

Princess Diana’s good friend, Elton John, will share a special connection with Meghan Markle’s baby.

Emily Andrews, a royal correspondent for The Sun, claimed that a source informed her that Markle wants John to teach her baby how to play the piano.

“Meghan and Harry adore Elton and loved him singing at their wedding. Meghan has been saying he’s the perfect person to teach their child the piano… He’s apparently said he’d love to… Music is hugely important to both Meghan and Elton, so who better?” the source said.

Markle and Prince Harry last spent time with the award-winning musician last year at their royal wedding at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. John also played four songs at the couple’s royal wedding after Prince Harry playfully asked guests if there was anyone in the room that knew how to play the piano.

John reportedly played and sang “Your Song,” “Circle of Life,” and “I’m Still Standing,” and “Tiny Dancer.”

Meanwhile, Princess Diana and John were close friends. But the two also had a falling out just before the Princess of Wales passed away. During an interview last year, John revealed that he and Princess Diana patched things up following the death of their good friend Gianni Versace.

While speaking on “Lorraine,” John expressed her love and fondness for the mom of two.

“I loved her because she did so much for AIDS and she was a great friend to me. We had our fallings out, but we reconciled in the end… It was an extraordinary summer,” he said.

Princess Diana and John attended Versace’s funeral together. They were also photographed sitting beside each other at that time. But six weeks later, John received a phone call informing him that Princess Diana has tragically passed away following a fatal car crash in Paris.

Days after Princess Diana’s death, John dedicated the song “Candle In the Wind” to her.