Prince William was less than happy at the suggestion Prince Harry would be having fun with mum Princess Diana without him in a cute clip from their childhood.
The heir to the throne ran down a pathway away from his mother, the Princess of Wales, as she planned to take the boys to play with other children around Highgrove House.
Little William didn't want to budge until Diana said "Harry will have all the fun then" which sent him screaming and running back to join her and his little brother.
The boys were dressed as little soldiers and playing in the gardens of Highgrove in the clip that resurfaced on TikTok via an account called @princessdiana.editsss.
The clip, from Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy, has resurfaced on TikTok and left royal fans gushing over how cute the boys were in 1986, aged just 4 and 2.
“This is absolutely everything,” one said.
Another commented: “She really was the best mum to those boys.”
Fast forward several decades and the once-close brothers are rumoured to be feuding, something which Harry appeared to allude to in his interview with Oprah Winfrey in March.
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Senior Royal Family members are still thought to be reeling after Harry and Meghan Markle's accusations and some experts don't believe the rift will ever heal.
Royal writer Charlie Rae told talkRADIO that it is likely the enduring royal rift "will not be solved".
Mr Rae added that Harry now looks like a "rabbit caught in the headlights", Express.co.uk reported.
The royal brothers are set to make a public appearance together in the summer for the unveiling of a memorial statue for Diana.
The installation will take place in the Sunken Garden of Kensington Palace on July 1, 2021, which Prince Harry will reportedly do his best to attend, the Telegraph reported.
Speaking when the statue was first announced, a source close to the Palace said: "Prince William and Prince Harry have dreamed of doing this for a long time.
"They were both just boys when their mother passed away, but are both now fully grown men and want to honour her in the best way possible."
The statue will mark what would have been Princess Diana's 60th birthday.
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