“We had to do everything possible to keep the lights on and keep the fire going,” Prince William said in an interview with Prince Charles in the early hours of Saturday morning.
“We were lucky, we had a lot of support and we got the fire out of the palace, so it’s great.”
The fire started at a small section of the complex that overlooks the Palace of Versailles and the Palace Gardens.
“The fire broke out just under the door and then moved into the whole complex,” said Charles.
“When we arrived at the scene we found that there was a large amount of smoke and smoke had completely engulfed the palace and the gardens.”
He said the palace was “in flames, so we didn’t know what to do.”
“There were two of us there, I was doing my work and he was doing his,” said the Prince.
“Then, about an hour and a half later, I found out that the fire had gone out completely.
The whole building was engulfed in flames.”
He added: “I don’t know why it took so long. “
I’m so glad I was able to be there, and I was in a state of shock.”
He added: “I don’t know why it took so long.
It was probably because we were all busy.”
Charles, Prince William, Prince Philip and their wives have been staying at the palace since it was built in 1849, but it’s not yet known if they will be staying there for the next few weeks.
The palace, which has been named the World’s Largest Palace Arts, is home to some of the world’s most famous paintings and sculptures, including some of King Charles’s favourite works including the Diamond Jubilee and the Royal Christmas Tree.
A major work of art is the Royal Chapel, which contains the entire ceiling of the Queen’s Chapel.
“It was a magnificent room,” said Princess Catherine, the Queen Elizabeth II’s half-sister.
“Now we’re looking forward to the new year, to the first Christmas, and the rest of the new years. “
We want to have the time to come and see the whole thing.””
Now we’re looking forward to the new year, to the first Christmas, and the rest of the new years.
We want to have the time to come and see the whole thing.”