We are finally getting a lot of behind the scenes footage in the new documentary Anne: The Princess Royal at 70. We eve see a sweet exchange between Anne and her mother.

Princess Anne Helps Queen Elizabeth With Zoom

A clip from Anne: The Princess Royal at 70 was just released giving a fun peek behind the Royal curtains. In the clip, Princess Anne and Queen Elizabeth II were to take part in a Zoom conference call during National Carers' Week early on in the quarantine. 

Her Majesty's Assistant Private Secretary Tom Laing-Baker introduced her and added her to the call. At first, she said nothing until Princess Anne said "Good morning at Windsor!" to which The Queen responded, "Good morning, I'm very glad to have been able to join you."

Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth II, and Princess Anne on 01/09/2018.

Anne lovingly tried to walk her through the Zoom chat checks and balances and asked "Can you see everybody? You should have six people on your screen." Unfortunately, there were some technical difficulties so the Queen could only see 4 of the guests and witty Princess Anne said "Actually, you don't need me. You know what I look like!"

New Princess Anne Documentary Airing

Anne: The Princess Royal at 70 will deep dive into her modern life and even have exclusive interviews with her children Zara and Peter getting candid about their famous mum. Princess Anne is a fascinating character who was one of the first monarch's descendants to choose not to use Royal titles on her kids. 

The 90-minute documentary airs tonight on ITV at 9 pm.