The Prince of Wales and his wife received their first doses of the coronavirus vaccination on Wednesday, Clarence House said.
The footage shows Queen Elizabeth describing someone — it's not clear whom — as a "gorilla."
Royal fans couldn't believe they got lucky enough to watch the documentary, though it was quickly taken down.
“I think vaccination is critical in order to ensure that we have a way out of this – otherwise it is going to be very difficult,” the Prince of Wales, 72, told CNN.
"I’m one of those people who hate throwing anything away," the Prince of Wales told editor-in-chief Edward Enninful.
Yao Ming, Shakira, Queen Rania of Jordan and Jack Ma are just a few of the big names attached to the project.
The Prince of Wales said climate change was rapidly becoming a “comprehensive catastrophe” that will dwarf the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Duke of Edinburgh has been colonel-in-chief of the Rifles since its formation in 2007.
The Duchess of Cambridge also snapped a sweet photo of William and Prince Charles for Father's Day.
Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, will spend the day privately at Windsor Castle and speak with family members by phone.