Prince Harry jokes with Buckingham Palace guests about whether they’ve been ‘bunked together in one room’ in a new documentary about the Queen.
The Duke of Sussex, 34, is filmed asking a group of hospitality trainees from the Caribbean whether they’ve got ‘nice rooms’, to which one replies ‘Yes, very comfortable’.
One of the trainees, Claudine Jeffrey, then remarks ‘We have parties every night’, to which Harry replies: ‘Parties every night? Oh dear!’
It comes after the royal is seen revealing in the trailer for ITV’s Queen of the World documentary that he still ‘panics’ when he bumps into the 92-year-old monarch in the corridors of Buckingham Palace.
Prince Harry jokes with Buckingham Palace guests about whether they’ve been ‘bunked together in one room’ in a new documentary about the Queen
One of the trainees, Claudine Jeffrey (far left), then remarks ‘We have parties every night’, to which Harry replies: ‘Parties every night? Oh dear!’
Speaking in the programme, which airs on Tuesday night, Harry tells the group: ‘Well you guys have spent way more time in Buckingham Palace than I ever have and you’ve only been here for two weeks. I can assure you. Have you bumped into the Queen yet?’
When the hospitality trainees tell him they have not, he jokes: ‘If you bump into her in the corridor, don’t panic. I know you will. We all do.’
Earlier on in the exchange, he jokingly asked the group: ‘You’re not all bunked in one room together, then?’
Harry certainly seemed to make an impression on the group – who all won places on the Royal Household Caribbean Hospitality Scholarship initiative.
The Duke of Sussex also reveals that the hospitality trainees have ‘spent way more time’ at Palace than he ever has
Following the meeting with Harry, Claudine (above) is heard remarking: ‘I’m going to cherish today forever’
A trailer for the new documentary sees Harry admitting that he ‘panics’ when he bumps into his grandmother at Buckingham Palace
In a sweet moment on the documentary, Claudine is heard remarking: ‘I’m going to cherish today forever.’
Harry appears alongside several other members of the royal family in the eye-opening new documentary – including his wife the Duchess of Sussex.
Meghan, 36, appears in her first television interview as a royal where she discusses taking over Her Majesty’s responsibilities in the Commonwealth.
The two-part programme will also see Meghan discuss her being reunited with Givenchy wedding dress and veil, in her first documentary appearance as a member of the monarchy.
Meghan, who also appears in the Queen of the World documentary, reveals she asked to have a piece of fabric from the outfit she wore on her first date with Harry sewn into her wedding dress as her ‘something blue’
Hearing the revelation, a female curator of the Royal Collection at Buckingham Palace, where the dress is due to go on display, replied: ‘Oh, that’s about the most romantic thing I’ve heard’
The Duchess shared how she asked for a patch of blue fabric from the outfit she wore on her first date with the Duke of Sussex to be stitched into her wedding gown.
On hearing the revelation, a female curator of the Royal Collection at Buckingham Palace, where the dress is set to go on display, replied: ‘Oh, that’s about the most romantic thing I’ve heard.’
Meanwhile, Meghan also revealed that the flowers of the 53 nations of the Commonwealth featured on her 15ft veil was a complete surprise for her groom Prince Harry.
‘I knew that it would be a fun surprise as well for my now husband, who didn’t know, and he was really over the moon to find out that I would make this choice for our day together,’ she explains.
Queen of the World starts on Tuesday at 9.15pm on ITV.