In a photograph from the event, Prince William and Sir David Attenborough can be seen sitting in Hollywood style director’s chairs. However, on the back of Sir David Attenborough’s chair was written Prince William’s name and on the back of Prince William’s chair was written Sir David Attenborough’s name. The incident happened when Sir David Attenborough and Prince William met for a private screening of the new documentary A Life on Our Planet.
The screening was held in Kensington Palace on Thursday afternoon.
The event incorporated socially distanced procedures and was held in the open air.
Sir David Attenborough and Prince William last met at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
The Duke of Cambridge interviewed the famous environmentalist at the event when Sir David announced the leaders of world nations needed to act or humanity would “annihilate part of the natural world”.
Prince George was given a fascinating gift by Sir David at the meeting, Prince William’s son was given a fossilised giant shark’s tooth.
The tooth came from an extinct Carcharocles megalodon.
The giant prehistoric shark tooth was found by Sir David during a family holiday to Malta in the late 1960s.
The fossil was embedded in limestone laid down during the Miocene period, 23 million years ago.
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The Carcharocles megalodon is the largest shark to have ever lived.
The shark is believed to have grown to 15 metres in length.
The average size of a fully grown great white shark is 4 metres in length.
The documentary, David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet, was produced by WWF and Silverback Films.
It will be released in cinemas on Monday and will go live on Netflix on October 4.
A book based on the documentary will also be published on October 1.