Prince William and Harry have paid emotional tributes to their late grandfather the Duke of Edinburgh, describing him as a ‘big presence’ who was ‘unapologetically him’.
The 2 brothers, in addition to their father Prince Charles and cousin Zara Tindall, have appeared in a trailer for a particular tv programme celebrating Prince Philip’s legacy.
A trailer for the BBC One movie, Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers, hears from the relations speaking about the duke over a montage of images and video clips.
One video exhibits Philip driving bicycles along with his youngsters because the Queen runs behind them and one other exhibits him ingesting from a trophy and laughing.
The trailer begins with William saying: ‘He’s at all times been an enormous presence behind all the things now we have finished actually.’
Harry follows, saying: ‘What you see is what you bought with my grandfather. He was unapologetically him.’
Zara, whose mom is Philip’s solely daughter, the Princess Royal, says: ‘You by no means actually put together your self for shedding him as a result of he was at all times there.’
The clip ends with a quote from Philip’s eldest son Charles who says: ‘We had been fortunate to have him for almost 100 years.’
Greater than a dozen royals together with all the Queen and Philip’s youngsters and grandchildren are set to look within the one-hour present.
These not interviewed embody Meghan, who has accused the royal family of racism, William’s spouse Kate Middleton, the Queen herself and any of her different grandchildren’s spouses.
The preliminary thought was for a programme to mark the duke’s 100th birthday, however he died in April, two months earlier than his centenary.
The BBC stated the present will characteristic ‘poignant recollections, loads of humour and quite a few recent insights into the character and legacy of this royal pioneer’.
The broadcaster added: ‘With particular entry to the Queen’s personal cine-film assortment, this movie is an unrivalled portrait of a person with a novel place in royal historical past – by those that knew him finest.’
It is going to air on Wednesday, September 22 at 9pm.
It comes as legal professionals for Virginia Giuffre, who’s suing Prince Andrew over sexual assault allegations, claimed to have served legal papers on him.
Ms Giuffre claims she was trafficked by Andrew’s former pal and convicted intercourse offender Jeffrey Epstein to have intercourse with the duke, when she was aged 17 and a minor underneath US regulation.
Andrew has vehemently denies all of the allegations and authorized agency Blackfords, who stated they characterize the duke ‘in sure UK issues’, has raised questions about how the papers were served.
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