Queen Camilla Reveals Balmoral Secrets About Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis in New Documentary

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Queen Camilla talks about the Wales children in new royal documentary.

Dec. 26 2023, Published 6:53 p.m. ET

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Queen Camilla has pulled back the royal curtain to reveal what the Wales children and other kids enjoy doing when they arrive at Balmoral Castle.

"It's lovely to bounce on that bridge. Every child, when they come here, they rush there and bounce about on the bridge for hours," the Queen shared in the new royal documentary, Charles III: The Coronation Year, when discussing a footbridge on the estate.

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King Charles III and Prince William share jokes with one another in 'Charles III: The Coronation Year.'

Although the royal consort has grandchildren of her own, royal analysts claim that it is likely Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis that Her Majesty is referring to. The scene in question features the Queen and King Charles III walking around the vast property in the Scottish Highlands, which is the private property of the reigning sovereign. This past summer was the King and Queen's first annual vacation at the estate since the death of Queen Elizabeth II on September 8, 2022, at the castle.

The program is the first major documentary about the King since his accession to the throne upon his mother's passing. There is a large focus on His Majesty's May 6 coronation, which was the first to occur in nearly 70 years. In one highlight from the show, the monarch jokes about his "sausage fingers" with Prince William during a rehearsal for the ceremony.

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Princess Anne revealed that Queen Elizabeth II 'feared' dying at Balmoral Castle.

The scene begins with the Prince of Wales fitting the Stole Royal robe on his father before stating: "On the day it's not going to go in, is it?"

Charles III replied: "No, [But] you haven't got sausage fingers like mine!"

The King and king-in-waiting then erupt into a fit of laughter. There is another humorous scene between father and son in which William rehearses the moment he must kiss his dad's cheek during the homage. He tickles his father's face before quipping: "Your left cheek is better," to laughter from His Majesty.

The program will also feature interviews with some members of the royal family, including Princess Anne, and feature behind-the-scenes moments of the monarch at work during his first full year as the head of state. Both Charles III and Queen Camilla watch as their coronation robes are refitted and embroidered, in addition to adjustments being made to the three crowns featured in the coronation in Westminster Abbey.

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King Charles III and Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, pictured in November 2023.

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, is also interviewed about his role in officiating the first crowning in Westminster Abbey since 1953. "I have a memory that is probably about as good as our spaniel — in other words, zero," he shared when discussing the difficulty in memorizing his lengthy lines during the long procedure.

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The Wales children at the 'Together at Christmas' concert on December 8, 2023.

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Daily Express reported on the Queen's comments.



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