The royal family will pay tribute to Prince Philip in an unprecedented new programme set to air later this month on BBC One, the BBC announced on Wednesday.
Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers, which premieres on September 22nd, is the title of the show.
Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward, all of the Queen’s and Duke’s children, will be present.
Interviews with the late Duke’s adult grandchildren, including Prince William, Prince Harry, and Zara Tindall, as well as other royal family members, will be included.
The one-of-a-kind tribute will be a must-see for royal fans, as the filmmakers were given access to Philip’s loyal staff as well as his private office, library, and study.
The BBC planned to air the show as part of the Duke’s 100th birthday celebrations, but it was changed after his untimely death in April, and now includes interviews with his family that were taped before and after his death.
Another honor was bestowed on the Duke last week, this time for his service in the Royal Navy.
His name will be given to a new lifeboat by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.
The ‘Duke of Edinburgh’ boat is expected to enter service in late 2022 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk.
The boat will be used just a short distance from the Queen’s private estate, Sandringham, where the Prince spent the majority of his time after retiring from public life.
According to the RNLI, the name honors his commitment to maritime services as well as his lifelong support for the Queen.
The Duke of Edinburgh, who died on April 9, had a long-standing passion for the sea and had a successful career in the Royal Navy before leaving to become a full-time working royal.