Prince Philip laughed when he was once cursed. Tired young man on foot
Shahi, who died in April 1999, faced young people at Balmeral Castle, his grandson Prince William recalled during a recent tribute.
The teenager was one of two children walking to the Queen’s property to receive his Duke of Edinburgh award, a youth achievement not unlike the Eagle Scout in the United States.
As he was driving through the teens, Philip stopped and stabbed himself under the window and said, ‘Good morning. How are you doing William recalled, According to reports.
“Behind him, the youngest young man turned around and said effectively, ‘Jog on grandpa!’
In response, Philip raised the window, turned to his son, and commented: “Young man of today!”
The story was featured in a recent British Broadcasting Corporation special, “Prince Philip: Remembering the Royal Family,” in honor of the Duke of Edinburgh, who died in April at the age of 99.
In the documentary, it is about Prince Charles. His last conversation He called Philip on April 8 to talk with his late father about his 100th birthday.
“We’re talking about your birthday, and will there be a reception,” Charles said.
Philip replied: “Well, I have to live for it, right?”