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Prince Phil to photographer: ‘just take the f—ing picture'

Prince Philip grew angry and cursed at a photographer during a pre-lunch reception at the RAF Club to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain.The Royal Family Channel via YouTube

Prince Philip grew angry and cursed at a photographer during a pre-lunch reception at the RAF Club to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain.

The 94-year-old royal got frustrated with how long a photographer took to snap the shot.The Royal Family Channel via YouTube

The 94-year-old royal got frustrated with how long a photographer took to snap the shot.

This is the end result of the Friday photo shoot.WPA Pool/Getty Images

This is the end result of the Friday photo shoot.

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He is well-known for speaking his mind.

And Prince Philip certainly did not hold back when he thought a photographer was taking too long to take his picture, reports the Independent.

“Just take the f—ing picture,” the 94-year-old snapped while at an official event in London on Friday.

The husband of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II was at a photocall to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain — when the Royal Air Force fought Hitler’s Luftwaffe over the skies of Britain in 1940.

Prince Philip was attending the event with Prince William and other royals, when he was caught on video pointing and telling the photographer to hurry up, but using more colorful language.

After his outburst, some near the Prince could be heard laughing.

The Battle of Britain is a celebrated event in the U.K.

The fight between the air forces was given its name by Winston Churchill, and ultimately represented the first defeat for Nazi Germany in World War II.

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