20 Of The Funniest Things Prince Philip Has Ever Said + Special Funny Voice Over!

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20 Of The Funniest Things Prince Philip Has Ever Said + Special Funny Voice Over!

20 Funniest Things Prince Philip Has Said In Public, Plus A MockUp Video Voice Over Too Funny To Miss.

20 Of The Funniest Things, Prince Philip Has Ever Said + Special Funny Voice Over!

However you see Prince Philip, it is without doubt he has come out with some funny one liners over the years, and we thought we would ahre his top 20 with you!

Prince Philip who is now retired from Royal duties,

but he will be remembered for his travels for some of the funny but rudest things he's ever said.

He is one of the oldest royals and is a member of over 780 organisations and institutions. He is like a quirky old uncle to most of the nation, or not!

Prince Philip has made a series of public messups and is famous for being politically incorrect, often. He has made numerous off the cuff comments to people that although often offensive, do leave us with a little smile on our faces.

Just like the time time he swore at a camera man and even Prince William couldn’t help but grin!

Well, the Royals are part of the British society and here are those moments of mess ups by Prince Philip. - Look out for the funniest voice over video.

Here are 20 one liners Prince Philip has used in the past!

1. When he was told Madonna was singing the Die Another Day theme in 2002: “Are we going to need ear plugs?”

2. When in 1997, a carpark attendant didn’t recognise him he snapped: “You bloody silly fool!”

3. To Simon Kelner, republican editor of The Independent, at Windsor Castle reception: “What are you doing here?” “I was invited, sir.” Philip: “Well, you didn’t have to come.”

4. To female sea cadet: “Do you work in a strip club?”

5. At a project to protect turtle doves in Anguilla in 1965, he said: “Cats kill far more birds than men. Why don’t you have a slogan: ‘Kill a cat and save a bird?’”

6. To multi-ethnic Britain’s Got Talent 2009 winners Diversity: “Are you all one family?”

7. To President of Nigeria, who was in national dress, 2003: “You look like you’re ready for bed!”


8. At Hertfordshire University, 2003: “During the Blitz, a lot of shops had their windows blown in and put up notices saying, ‘More open than usual’. I now declare this place more open than usual.”

9. To deaf children by steel band, 2000: “Deaf? If you’re near there, no wonder you are deaf.”

10. To a British trekker in Papua New Guinea, 1998: “You managed not to get eaten then?”

11. Peering at a fuse box in a Scottish factory, he said: “It looks as though it was put in by an Indian.” He later backtracked: “I meant to say cowboys.”

12. To Lockerbie residents after plane bombing, 1993: “People say after a fire it’s water damage that’s the worst. We’re still drying out Windsor Castle.”

13. To the Scottish WI in 1961: “British women can’t cook.”

14. On the Duke of York’s house, 1986: “It looks like a tart’s bedroom.”

15. At party in 2004: “Bugger the table plan, give me my dinner!”

16. To a woman solicitor, 1987: “I thought it was against the law for a woman to solicit.”

17. On the 1981 recession:

“A few years ago, everybody was saying we must have more leisure, everyone’s working too much. Now everybody’s got more leisure time they’re complaining they’re unemployed. People don’t seem to make up their minds what they want.”

18. On stress counselling for servicemen in 1995: “We didn’t have counsellors rushing around every time somebody let off a gun. You just got on with it!”

19. On Tom Jones, 1969: “It’s difficult to see how it’s possible to become immensely valuable by singing what are the most hideous songs.”

20. On Ethiopian art, 1965: “It looks like the kind of thing my daughter would bring back from school art lessons.”

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