William & Harry: Brothers in Arms looks at the princes’ lives from the day they were born to the impact the brothers are now having on the monarchy
This one-off documentary looks at the princes’ lives from the day they were born to the impact the brothers are now having on the monarchy.
From the turbulent times they faced as their parents divorced, to the tragedy of losing their mother, this film shows the princes as a united duo, giving each other strength and love as they grew up in the spotlight.
Key moments include William meeting Kate, plus soldier Harry’s struggle to achieve his dream of fighting on the frontline.
Told mainly from the perspective of royal correspondents, and that of Diana’s former butler Paul Burrell, Brothers in Arms doesn’t really tell us anything new, but it’s a pleasant trip down memory lane.
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