Prince William revealed that both the Queen and the late Duke of Edinburgh secretly enjoyed the accident and public turmoil in their public involvement.
The Duke of Cambridge emphasizes that most people meet the monarch and wants to get things done exactly as planned, while 95-year-olds find that they often have more fun when they don’t. Did.
In honor of the BBC documentary devoted to the late Prince Phillip, he recalled:
“My grandparents, as you can imagine, have lived a life where everything must always be done right, so when things go wrong, they both love to laugh badly.
“Everyone else feels fatally embarrassed. They love it.”
Prince Harry, filmed separately, confirmed his brother’s remarks and said, “They will go.” Is something going wrong this year? looks fun’. “
Prince Phillip: I remember the royal familyScheduled to air on Wednesday, it features interviews with all the children and grandchildren of the Duke of Edinburgh.
Originally conceived in June to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Duke’s birth, it became a homage to his life after his death in April.
Some of Duke’s grandchildren remembered him as a naughty and practical joker.
Prince William remembered a popular prank on a family barbecue using a squeeze mustard tube.
“He was in a lot of trouble from my grandmother by covering most of the places we had lunch and those with mustard on the ceiling.”
Peter Phillips and Zara Tindall also talked about Mustard’s escape, Zara said:
“In fact, I think Mark still remains,” Phillips added.
While he was a gadget enthusiast, Phillips recalled the non-elderly battle with his infamous enemy, the office printer.
“I remember getting a new laptop or new printer, sitting in his office and hearing him yelling at it,” said Phillips.
Additional report by Press Association