'No good trying to copy' Royal newcomers say Prince Philip helped them find their feet -
ROYAL NEWCOMERS have suggested the late Duke of Edinburgh taught them early lessons after marrying into the Firm.
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Camilla Parker-Bowles, 74, and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, 66, revealed the covert role of Prince Philip during last night's BBC documentary. Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers was initially commissioned to mark the Duke's 100th birthday.
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While this included the Duke's children and grandchildren, it also included two of his in-laws, who shared Prince Philip helped them find their place in the Firm.The Duchess of Cornwall said:"I saw the way he supported the Queen, you know, not in a flashy sort of way but just by doing it quietly, following along behind."
(Image: Getty)"It's something that I've learnt by watching him," she added.And this was echoed by Princess Royal's second husband.Sir Laurence, who tied the knot with Princess Anne in 1992, said:"When he [Prince Philip] married Princess Elizabeth as she was then, he wondered what the template was for the husband of a Queen.
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