Princess Diana has a surprising connection with George Washington and eight other American presidents.

A consultant for Burke’s Peerage, the “Who’s Who” of British aristocracy, said that Princess Diana’s family had the most royal connections out of anyone. Althorp, Princess Diana’s childhood home and resting place, is currently the home of her brother Charles, the 9th Earl Spencer.

For more than 500 years, 19 generations of Spencers have resided in the grand estate, and they have produced politicians, military heroes, dukes, and duchesses. And one day, the Spencer clan will also have a British King through Princess Diana’s eldest son Prince William.

Many years ago, the Spencer clan, who was known for their generosity, rescued a distant cousin who was struggling through difficult times, and this was Washington’s great-great-great-grandfather.

The connection of Washington to the Spencer family was expanded in the 2013 Netflix documentary “Secrets of Althorp: The Spencers.” Charles, the 9th Earl Spencer, said during the interview that not a lot of people know Washington’s family was connected with his family before the former left England.

“They had a manor house near here, in the same country,” he said.

The narrator revealed that Washington originally lived just 20 miles from the Althorp estate. Princess Diana also had connections with Gary Boyd Roberts, John Adams, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, Nathan Hale, Rudolph Valentino, Humphrey Bogart, George Patton, and J. Pierpont Morgan.

Princess Diana is also distantly related to Vice President George Bush.

In related news, the Princess of Wales also made headlines this week after it was revealed that she and Prince Charles’ marriage took place during a dark time for England.

Jess Cagle, the editor of People, told Amazon Prime’s “Princess Diana: Behind the Headlines” that the economy was terrible and security in England was terrible in the 1980s.

“People were really anti-monarchist at the time. The country was in a really bad state,” Kim Hubbard, associate editor of People, said.