Royal Biographer, Royal Editor & Press Secretary Remember Prince Philip | Good Morning Britain

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ITV’s Royal Editor, Chris Ship, former Buckingham Palace Press Secretary Dickie Arbiter and Royal Biographer Penny Junor recall their fond memories of the life and legacy of Prince Philip.

Broadcast on 12/04/21

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