The Duke of Edinburgh’s life and work is set to be celebrated in a documentary aired this evening on BBC. Prince Charles has honoured his father’s “extraordinary life and work” in a tweet sharing four images from various time periods ahead of tonight’s documentary release.
Clarence House, the Twitter account for the future king and his wife, Camilla Duchess of Cornwall, tweeted a selection of images of the late Prince Philip ahead of the screening and encouraged royal fans to tune in.
The tweet reads: “Tonight, a new documentary celebrating the extraordinary life and work of The Duke of Edinburgh will air on BBC One.
“The documentary includes special tributes to His Royal Highness from members of the Royal Family. To watch in the UK, tune in at 9pm BST.”
The documentary will see senior members of the royal family talking about Prince Philip, who died in April this year, leaving behind his wife of more than seven decades, the Queen.
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Prince Charles has honoured his father’s “extraordinary life and work” in a tweet
Following the Duke’s death in April aged 99, several royals will be looking back at his life in a documentary titled ‘Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers’.
Alongside unseen footage of the senior royal, his children and grandchildren will give an insight on the Duke of Edinburgh’s role as a father and as head of the family.
Included in the line-up are Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Harry who will commemorate the late Duke, and the 73 years he spent being married to the British monarch.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK