It's been known that the late Princess Diana wanted to remarry and have more children. However, not everyone wanted her to move on.

Author and editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine, Ingrid Stewart, revealed that Diana's eldest son, Prince William, didn't want his mother to remarry and wanted her all to himself.

"In June 1997 we discussed if she’d get married again," the royal expert told Daily Mail, according to Express. “She said [son Prince] Harry was always asking her to have another baby because he was fed up with being the youngest."

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“But it was a bit difficult, she told him, because she wasn’t married," she continued. “She said she’d love more children, and she didn’t see herself being single forever. Harry wanted her to get married again, but William didn’t. He wanted Diana to be all there for him."

Stewart also told the publication that despite Prince William's opinion, Princess Diana wanted to find someone who could "cope" with her.

"‘Well, I have to marry someone who’s prepared to cope with me,’" Diana said, according to Stewart. “Meanwhile, of course, she had the idea of marrying Hasnat Khan all the time in her mind, but hadn’t told me about this."

The late Princess of Wales apparently wanted to marry and have two daughters with Khan, a British-Pakistani heart and lung surgeon who she dated for two years. The couple broke up a few months before her untimely death in 1997. English author Sarah Bradford confirmed Princess Diana's plans when she spoke with the Daily Mail.

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Britain’s Princess Diana arrives on Oct. 4, 1990 for a charity gala at the Departmental Auditorium in Washington. Kevin Larkin/AFP/Getty Images