Princess Diana's sister Lady Sarah McCorquodale was caught on camera teasing Prince Harry with a cheeky remark when they met at Kensington Palace, a lip reader revealed.
Lady Sarah, 66, her younger sister Lady Fellowes, 64, and brother Charles, Earl Spencer, 57, joined their nephews Prince William and Harry for a statue unveiling of the late Princess of Wales on what would have been her 60th birthday on Thursday (July 1).
The brothers were immediately welcomed by their aunts and uncle as they walked into the garden.
In videos taken by the media, Lady Sarah and Harry kissed each other on both cheeks before Diana's sister appeared to whisper something to the prince.
Jeremy Freeman, a certified lip reader, shared to Daily Star what their quick exchange on camera was.
After the greeting, Lady Sarah looked up at Harry and asked: "Is this how you kiss?"
Harry then jokingly pretended to kiss her twice more showing how he usually kisses.
Lady Sarah grinned from ear to ear and responded: "Oh!"
The brothers later greeted landscape gardener Pip Morrison and sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley before unveiling the bronze statue.
Just moments before removing the green tarp, William gave a warning to his brother as he highlighted the importance of the event to them and the family.
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Body language expert Judi James told Daily Star that there was a "poignant moment" when both Harry and William looked up at the face of their late mother's statue.
They showed traits of their early childhood love for each other and they worked as a team to reveal the statue at one of Princess Diana's favourite places in Kensington Palace, she said.
Kensington Palace said it aims to reflect Diana's "warmth, elegance and energy", while the children represent the "universality and generational impact of the princess's work".
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