The Duke of Sussex has spoken out a number of times over the years about the importance of protecting the environment. Whether it is his involvement in a service which tells you how much carbon will be emitted as a result of an airline passenger’s journey so that you can pick the most sustainable route or how he and Meghan were handed an environmental award for just having two children, Harry has inherited the interest shared by members of his family.
While his involvement cannot be ignored, former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond exclusively told OK! why Harry should feel nothing but pride for his elder brother's incredible work with the Earthshot Prize, but admits that this may be a "hard pill to swallow" for him.
Referring to the late Queen's speech at COP26 where she spoke of how proud she was of King Charles and Prince William's efforts to protect the environment, Jennie explained: “Queen Elizabeth II publicly expressed her pride and Harry should really feel the same." Jennie continued: "He's never going to get equal coverage now he's quit his royal role.
Whatever the campaign, it can't match the the global platform that William or Charles has and flying to and from America doesn't do much for his environmental credentials, especially in private jets that he sometimes takes. "So I would think he would look on with some envy but Harry understands that he and William are on different paths and are going in different directions.Read more on ok.co.uk