Prince William was bullied at Eton over the size of his mum’s breasts, a pal of Princess Diana has claimed.
Vogue publisher Nicholas Coleridge wrote he had lunch with Diana days after topless pictures of her were published in 1996.
She got a call from William, then 14, after topless pictures of her sunbathing in Spain emerged online.
He was afterwards apparently “teased by his Eton peers” who focused on the size of her breasts.
According to Nicholas, writing in memoirs The Glossy Years, Diana said: "Nicholas, can I ask you something?
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"Please be truthful. Did you see the photograph of me in the Daily Mirror? The topless one?
"He was so upset. He said some of the boys were teasing him saying my t**s are too small.
“Are my breasts too small, do you think?"
After going “as red as a gentleman's tunic”, he said they were “perfect” and told Diana “not to worry”.
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The Glossy Years is due to be published on September 26.
In 2017, Prince William sought £1.3million compensation over topless photos of his wife Kate Middleton, which were published in French Closer magazine in 2012.
Long-lens cameras captured Kate topless, while only wearing a pair of bikini bottoms.
William said the images were “all the more painful” after photographers’ treatment of his late mum.
Later that year, the French celebrity magazine was ordered to pay 103,000 euros (£92,000) in damages to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
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