Prince Charles may be the heir apparent to the throne in Britain, but to his sons Prince William and Prince Harry, he is just like any other father who can embarrass his sons.
According to Good Morning America, the two Princes will appear in a documentary that focuses on a charity their father founded 40 years ago. The documentary, When Ant and Dec Met The Prince: 40 Years of the Prince’s Trust, will feature the two Princes as they discuss life with their father.
In the interview, Prince William told Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly that his father once had a laugh when there was a malfunction with special effects at a play he was in at school.
He joked that the family had a history of laughing “when things go wrong.”
McPartlin and Donnelly are the Trust Ambassadors for the charity, which gives disadvantaged youth skills and training. They got to see personal home videos and follow Prince Charles at his homes.
Event Magazine reported one of the videos they got to see featured the Queen playing peek-a-boo with her young son.
The proud sons said their father was “incredibly hardworking.”
The documentary will air Jan. 4 on ITV in Britain.