PRINCESS ANNE lives in Gatcombe Park, a country residence in Gloucestershire, with her husband Sir Timothy Laurence. The royal's two children, Zara Tindall and Peter Phillips, also live on the estate. What is it like inside Anne's home? Anne lives on the Gatcombe Park estate in a Grade-II listed manor house.
PRINCE PHILIP erupted at his grandchildren for the presents they gave him, Zara Tindall and brother Peter Phillips recalled. Peter Phillips, the son of Princess Anne, recalled Prince Philip's outbursts at technology. He said the Royal Family could hear the Duke of Edinburgh in his office shouting at his computer or printer.
Royal fans spot 'great asset' to family in Prince Philip's BBC tribute documentary as Lady Louise Windsor makes debut
All eyes ended up being on Lady Louise Windsor who made her TV debut in the BBC One documentary as she paid tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh Royal fans were full of praise as they spotted a 'great asset' to the family during a documentary in tribute to Prince Philip.
Worlebury Golf Club held their annual men’s away day at Cotrell Park Golf Resort, just outside Cardiff, which provided an excellent challenge for golfers and superb amenities, before and after competition. The weather was kind, scores were high, and an outstanding 46 points returned by Peter Phillips and Ray Collick won the trophy, with nearest the pins won by James Marshall on the Indoor Simulator with Allen Port, Dean Hooper, Paul McAdams and Gareth Hawkes winning on the course.
The Duke of Edinburgh died at Windsor Castle on April 9 at the age of 99 Royal fans could not help but notice that the Duke of Edinburgh was very good-looking during his youth. They saw pictures and videos of him from the BBC special "Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers" that aired on Wednesday.
Lesser-known royals made rare appearances in the spotlight for a BBC documentary paying tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh Viewers and royal watchers praised "lovely" Lady Louise Windsor as she and other lesser known royals were featured in a BBC documentary remembering the Duke of Edinburgh. Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers on Wednesday night featured personal and poignant tributes to the duke, who died in April, from more than a dozen members of the royal family.
Royal siblings Zara Tindall and Peter Phillips are the first cousins of Princes Harry and William, but unlike their relatives, they don't have royal titles. Here's why... The Queen has a huge brood of grandchildren, as she and late husband The Duke of Edinburgh have four children, who have all gone on to have their own.
Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers airs tonight - here's what you need to know about the programme BBC One will air a special documentary tonight celebrating the Duke of Edinburgh's life. The programme will see royal family members, including Prince William, Prince Harry, Peter Phillips and Zara Tindall, pay touching tributes to Prince Philip, as both a public figure and as their beloved grandfather.
The Duke of Edinburgh would get into trouble with his wife of more than 70 years by playing practical jokes on his grandchildren which involved squirting mustard on the ceiling. The Duke of Cambridge recalled memories of his late grandfather in a BBC One documentary being screened on Wednesday which features personal and poignant tributes to the duke, who died in April, from more than a dozen members of the royal family.
THE Duke of Edinburgh's love of a practical joke is fondly recalled by his grandchildren in a television tribute tomorrow night. But Prince Philip’s mischief-making was said to have often left the Queen infuriated. Visitors who noticed curious yellow stains on the ceilings of the grand royal residences, palaces and castles now have an explanation.
ZARA TINDALL has recalled Prince Philip's hilarious reactions when presented with a new gadget. Prince Philip: Children pay tribute to Duke in documentary Zara and Peter Phillips, Princess Anne's children, shared heartfelt memories of their grandfather the Duke of Edinburgh. The siblings pointed out how interested Prince Philip had always been in technology.
PRINCE PHILIP was always known as somewhat of a joker but the late Duke's grandchildren are set to reveal how one particular prank would land him in a lot of trouble with the Queen. Prince William, Zara Phillips and her brother Peter Phillips are among the Royal grandchildren that will discuss the late Duke of Edinburgh's antics in the upcoming BBC documentary about Britain's longest-serving consort.
The Duke of Cambridge has revealed one of the Duke of Edinburgh's favourite games was getting his grandchildren to squirt mustard all over the ceiling. "He used to take the lid off [the tube] and put it in your hands... and then he'd squish your hands together to fire the mustard onto the ceiling."
The British royal family just keeps growing — and each new arrival comes with more adorable moments no one should miss! Queen Elizabeth II’s first great-grandchild, Savannah Anne Kathleen, was born in December 2010 to Princess Anne‘s son, Peter Phillips, and his now-estranged wife, Autumn.
A new BBC documentary named Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers will be filled with tributes for the Duke of Edinburgh from his nearest and dearest The royal family has offered their personal thoughts and reflections on the Duke of Edinburgh for a new BBC One tribute film, with the Queen granting special access to her private cine-film collection.
The royal family has offered their personal thoughts and reflections on the Duke of Edinburgh for a new BBC One tribute film, with the Queen granting special access to her private cine-film collection. All of the monarch and Philip’s children – the Prince of Wales, the Princess Royal the Duke of York and the Earl of Wessex – and their adult grandchildren, the Dukes of Cambridge and Sussex, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, Peter Phillips and Zara Tindall, have taken part in the one-hour programme, along with other royals.