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Prince Philip's crucial role within the Royal Family

Prince Philip, who died on April 9, 2021, has been remembered for his humour, kindness, service as well as his 'unwavering loyalty' to the Queen.

19/09/2021 3:22:00 AM

Prince Philip was not only a loving husband, father, grandfather, and the longest-serving royal consort in British history, he had another crucial role within the Royal Family .

Prince Philip , who died on April 9, 2021, has been remembered for his humour, kindness, service as well as his 'unwavering loyalty' to the Queen .

"He adored barbecuing and he turned that into an interesting art form," Prince Charles told BBC One."And if I ever tried to do it he... I could never get the fire to light or something ghastly, so (he'd say): 'Go away!'"

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"Every barbecue that I've ever been on, the Duke of Edinburgh has been there cooking," Prince William, Philip's oldest grandson said."He's definitely a dab hand at the barbecue... I can safely say there's never been a case of food poisoning in the family that's attributed to the Duke of Edinburgh."

In the hour-long documentary, Prince Charles revealed his last words to his father on the eve of his death bed."We're talking about your birthday," he said.Aware his father was hard of hearing, Charles repeated the question a little more loudly:"We're talking about your birthday! And whether there's going to be a reception!"

"Well I've got to be alive for it, haven't I?" Philip responded."I knew you'd say that!" Charles replied, in what was possibly their last conversation ever.The documentaryPrince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers Read more: Sky News Australia »

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