Charles and Anne play as children in charming Royal home movie tribute to Philip

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Prince Charles, Prince Edward and Princess Anne have all taken a look back on their childhoods to pay tribute to their late father Prince Philip.

The Royals are remembering their father Philip for a new documentary which will celebrate the life of The Duke Of Edinburgh, who passed away in April this year.

In teaser clips of the documentary the 72 year old Prince of Wales said his father was "marvellous at arranging silly games".

Charles added: "I mean, the fun of having young parents was, you know, there were lots of chasing around and mad things."


As the Prince speaks, footage shows Prince Philip riding on a tricycle with a young Princess Anne on a trike in front and Prince Charles riding a tractor-style trike behind his dad.

The special, remastered home footage shows the find side of Prince Philip as a father.

Meanwhile, Princess Anne, 71, and brother Prince Edward, 57, discussed their dad Philip's passion for fishing in other clips, which showed more home video footage of the young Royals.

The Princess Royal explained: "We used to fish" looking back on her childhood.


Princess Anne continued: "Well I always said I couldn't catch anything and he said: 'Nonsense, come with me' and after I'd been casting for about half an hour he would say: 'I see what you mean'," Prince Philip's daughter then laughed at the memory.

"And I just knew that it was never something I could do." As Anne looks back on the family's fishing trips, footage of Princess Anne and Prince Charles dressed in kilts while playing around a Loch is shown.

Later, a clip of Prince Philip casting his fishing line into the loch while also wearing a matching kilt to his children.

Finally, Prince Edward also discusses his later father's passion for fishing, while a video of Philip climbing into a boat where Edward is sat is shown.

"We used to go out with my father fishing. I'm not too sure, I can't remember at what point – perhaps I was then given charge of the oars and then quickly had to row a boat," Prince Edward said laughing.

The clips come ahead of a special documentary which will air later this week to honour Prince Philip, following his death.

The touching documentary will air on BBC One at 9pm on Wednesday 22 September.

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As The Royal Family and Clarence House shared the videos on their Instagram pages, they explained in the caption: "This week, a new documentary celebrating the life and work of The Duke of Edinburgh will air in the UK.

"Members of the Royal Family including The Prince of Wales, The Duke of Cambridge, The Princess Royal and The Earl of Wessex share recollections of their father and grandfather in this unique tribute to His Royal Highness."

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