While between London and Los Angeles, tensions persist between Prince Harry and the rest of the royal family, an event will soon reunite the Duke with the rest of the Windsor clan. In a statement relayed by journalist Omid Scobie, the British channel BBC announced the upcoming broadcast of the documentary Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers, intended to celebrate the life of the late Duke of Edinburgh, who died on April 9 in Windsor. A 60-minute film, in which a dozen members of the royal family, including Prince Harry, will come to deliver “their thoughts and personal reflection, in order to pay tribute to the extraordinary life of His Royal Highness, the Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, “read the press release.
This is the first time that Prince Harry has participated in an official family project since his controversial break with his roots. The Duke will speak alongside “all of the Queen’s and Duke’s children, as well as their adult grandchildren and other royals,” the BBC reported. In all likelihood, the Duke of Sussex should nevertheless appear alone on screen, his interview having probably been filmed in California, where he has resided since March 2020. Prince Harry’s last trip to London dates back to July 1, date of the unveiling of a statue of Lady Diana which he had attended with Prince William.
A portrait “by those who knew him best”
Originally intended to air for the Duke of Edinburgh’s 100th birthday (he would have turned 100 on June 10), the documentary will offer viewers a plunge into the heart “of his private office and library, exactly as it is. where they were during his seven decades of royal life “. “With special access to the Queen’s private film collection, this film paints an incomparable portrayal of a man with a unique place in royal history – by those who knew him best,” the statement said. Broadcast expected on September 22 in the United Kingdom.
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