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Philip got in trouble with Queen for mustard prank with grandchildren

1 month ago   |   By Metro

The marks are ‘still on the ceiling' from Prince Philip's mustard game
The Duke of Edinburgh's cheeky pranks would often land him in trouble with Her Majesty, his grandchildren have fondly remembered.
Prince Philip loved playing a game with a squeezy tube of mustard at family barbeques that would leave the condiment on the ceiling - much to the Queen's annoyance.
But the couple shared a lot of laughs and both ‘loved' when things went wrong on official duties, it's revealed in a new documentary sees more than a dozen Royal Family members pay tribute to the late duke.
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