Prince Philip’s Last Words To Son Charles Revealed Before His Death

Prince Charles shared a few of Prince Philip’s last words with him before he died. It’s evident from their talk that the Duke of Edinburgh had a dark sense of humor!
In April 2021, Prince Philip died at the age of 99. His son Prince Charles, on the other hand, was able to have a funny talk with his father before his death.
The Prince of Wales claims that he and his father were discussing plans for what would have marked his 100th birthday on 10th June when Philip made a funny remark.
I talked to him the day before he died, we talked about his birthday,” Charles reveals in the new BBC documentary, Prince Philip:
The royal family remembers, according to HELLO! Charles raises his voice and adds, “I said, ‘We’re talking about your birthday,’ because he was getting a little deaf. And he said, ‘What?’ And I said, ‘We’ll talk about your birthday and whether there’s a reception.’ “
Charles added with a laugh, “And he said, ‘Well, I have to live for it, right?’ I said, ‘I knew you would say that!’ “The Prince of Wales reflected on the dark humorous moment and remarked, ‘this is a good memory.’
During the BBC documentary, the duke’s eldest son also talked about his childhood with siblings Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward, and their father, Prince Philip. He said lovingly, “He was great at arranging silly games,” “I mean, the fun thing about having obviously young parents was that there were a lot of chases around and crazy things.”
Prince Philip: The royal family remembers will be broadcast on BBC One on Wednesday, September 22nd. Check out Ingrid Seward’s biography of the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip revealed, for more information about Prince Philip’s life. The “riddle” we know as Prince Philip is revealed by Seward, a magnificent editor who has covered the British royal family for decades.
Seward highlights subjects that many royal fans may not know or have not looked at Kronen, from his early childhood in Paris to his mother’s struggle with schizophrenia to his military service in World War II. The book also describes how Prince Philip was “initially distrusted” by the royal court before finding his place in Buckingham Palace.
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