Princes William and Prince Harry have opened up about their experience at the Olympics and their grandmother's opening ceremony stunt.
Prince William, 30, has been supporting Team GB at the London 2012 Olympics, but said he has been 'dreading' one aspect of the experience: the kiss cam.
He said: "I was absolutely dreading they were going to come and show myself and my wife and that would have been very embarrassing."
The royal was much more positive about watching Scottish cyclist Sir Chris Hoy win a gold medal and set a new world record in the men's team sprint.
He told the BBC: "That was absolutely fantastic, the world records being beaten and the atmosphere in there was electric."
Prince Harry, 27, also spoke up about his Olympic experience, telling the BBC he was proud of cousin Zara Phillips' silver medal win as part of the British equestrian team.
He said: "We as cousins are very, very proud. It now explains why we never get to see her because she is always riding."
Harry also spoke about the Queen's role in the opening ceremony, where she appeared to jump from a helicopter with James Bond actor Daniel Craig.
He said he and his brother "were slightly surprised with our grandmother's secret hobby of parachuting".
William added: "We were kept completely in the dark about it, that's how big the secret was."She did such a good performance that she's been asked to star in the next Bond film. I'm thrilled for her."