Anne spoke about one of the most emotional moments from her father's service ― and why she's OK with not having seen it in person.
The late Queen's fourth child is going up in the world (sort of).
“Here you had this young couple that represented hope for a new, happier age after the war.”
It is the 95-year-old monarch’s first festive period without her beloved late husband, who died aged 99 in April.
The broadcaster received complaints after it cleared its schedules and aired mirrored coverage.
The Duchess of Cambridge captured her son on the bonnet of a Land Rover, his great-grandfather's favourite car.
Another remark about Prince Philip was also cut from the UK broadcast.
The Duke of Edinburgh was laid to rest last weekend, but some viewers were not happy with how much airtime the BBC dedicated to the event.
The Queen issued the statement on her 95th birthday, thanking the public for providing comfort during "a period of great sadness".
The Duchess of Sussex was unable to attend the ceremony, as she is pregnant and was advised not to travel.