Prince Harry, along with his brother Prince William and father Prince Charles, will talk about his memories of Prince Philip in a video tribute to the royal family that will emerge later this month.
The Duke of Sussex will share his thoughts and personal thoughts on the Duke of Edinburgh in the BBC One tribute film “Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers”. It will air on the network on Wednesday, September 22 at 9:00 p.m.
In addition to brothers William and Harry and the Prince of Wales, other members of the royal family will talk about their memories of Prince Philip. Interviewees include Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Beatrice and Eugene, Peter Phillips, Zara Tendulkar, and the Duke’s other children, Princess Anne and Princess Andrew and Edward.
According to Daily mailInterviews were conducted on April 9, before and after the death of the elderly Prince Philip. He was 99 years old and died in his sleep while with the British King at Windsor Castle.
The documentary will feature the royal pioneer’s “passionate memories, a lot of humor, and a number of fresh insights into the character and legacy.” It will take visitors inside Buckingham Palace to meet the Duke’s long-serving staff and get a glimpse of his studies, library and private office. Queen Elizabeth II also reportedly allowed filmmakers access to their private Sunni film collections for the film.
The BBC quoted Prince Philip as saying, “With exclusive access to the Queen’s private cinema film collection, this is an unparalleled portrait of a man who holds a unique place in royal history.” . “
The film was originally made on June 10, the Duke’s 100th birthday.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Meanwhile, Prince Harry has already settled in his Montecito mansion with his wife, Meghan Markle, and their son, Archie, since retiring from the royal family in March 2020.