Princess Charles looks back on her last conversation with Prince Philip.
According to Page Six, the 72-year-old royal discussed what he had to say to the Duke of Edinburgh before passing away at the age of 99 in a new BBC documentary.
Charles explained that the day before his father’s death, the pair discussed plans for Philip’s 100th birthday.
“We’re talking about your birthday,” Charles recalls telling his father, acknowledging that he wasn’t that interested in the idea. He also noted that he repeated himself at a louder volume as Philip was slightly hard of hearing at the time.
“Well, I’ve got to be alive for it, haven’t I?” Philip quipped, only for Charles to respond, “I knew you’d say that!”
The new documentary, Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers, is set to release in the UK on Wednesday, 22 September at 9 PM on BBC One.
The televised special will include interviews with members of the royal couple’s family including Prince William, Prince Harry and Zara Tindall, as well as Philip’s longtime household staff.
During his interview for the documentary, Harry told the crew that his grandfather was “always unapologetically him” and praised the way he supported his wife, Queen Elizabeth.