In a very candid interview, Princes William andHarry opened up about what they've learned fromtheir father, but also made very personal revelations about their family, fatherhood and thefriendship the two brothers share.
The princes sat down at Kensington Palace for the a documentary celebrating 40 years ofPrince Charles' charity The Prince's Trust.
Prince William, 33, spoke movingly about how fatherhood has changed his life.
"I'm a lot more emotional than I used to be, weirdly. I never used to get too wound up orworried about things," he said, as he discussed how his children Prince George and PrincessCharlotte have affected him.
The death of Prince William’s mother Princess Diana when he was just 15 seemed to weighheavily on his mind as he told the presenters that as a parent he has realized how "preciouslife is."
"But now the smallest little things, you well up a little more, you get affected by the sort ofthings that happen around the world or whatever a lot more, I think, as a father," William said.
"Just because you realize how precious life is and it puts it all in perspective, the idea of notbeing around to see your children grow up and stuff like that," he said.
William and Harry grew up with Charles and Diana in Kensington Palace and now both make theirhomes as neighbors. Harry, 31, clearly relishes his role as uncle to Prince George and his babysister Princess Charlotte, describing their home as a "giant playground" for his nephew andniece.
"I can hear the wheels of those plastic tractors Prince George loves playing on," he said.
William teased his younger brother, saying, "He comes and scrounges food," showing that eventhough he has his own family now, Harry is still a big part of their life.
The documentary was shot over the last year with British presenters Anthony McPartlin andDeclan Donnelly, better known as Ant and Dec.