Prince Wales Charles spoke about the last conversation with his father, Prince Philippe, who took place the day before his death, Evening Standard reported.
Speaking to the BBC One programme Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers, Charles said he called his father and told him: “We’re talking about your birthday.”
Philip replied: “Well I’ve got to be alive for it, haven’t I?”
Charles said: “I knew you’d say that!”
By the way, some royals, including Princes Harry and William, have also spoken for the BBC.
William remembers an exchange between his grandfather, who created the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award scheme, and a group of youths on the Balmoral estate.
Prince Philippe died aged 99 in April - two months before his 100th birthday.
Photo: Mark Cuthbert/Getty Images
15:04, October 23Alec Baldwin was told by assistant director that gun in fatal shooting had no real bullets, officials say
13:11, October 23Lost treasure. Deleted scenes of ‘Back to the Future 2’
12:13, October 23Parents of cinematographer accidentally killed by Alec Baldwin at movie set demand punishing those guilty
11:09, October 23Elton John: I was always afraid of my parents
10:14, October 23Adele talks about her feelings for Prince Harry (PHOTOS)
17:32, October 22Britney Spears’ sister claims parents tried to push abortion and adoption
15:51, October 22Frances Fisher talks about condition of director who was injured by Alec Baldwin's shot on movie set
14:23, October 22Serj Tankian tests positive for coronavirus
12:51, October 22Armen Sarkissian to Kim Kardashian: So glad you feel, understand so well that Armenia is our Homeland
11:38, October 22Media publish Alec Baldwin’s photo after accidentally killing female crew member on movie set
09:02, October 22Alec Baldwin accidentally kills female crew member during filming of ‘Rust’
15:11, October 21BBC dedicates article to enduring influence of Komitas