h/t CFACT; That special royal moment when you accidentally describe your brother, the future King of England as a planet wrecker; British Royal Prince Harry thinks families should limit themselves to two children for the sake of the planet, but his brother and fellow climate warrior Prince William has Three Children, with rumours of a fourth on the way.
Prince Harry reveals he and Meghan Markle will only have TWO children to help save the planet (unlike William and Kate with three) – and says how ‘unconscious bias’ is causing racism in Britain in wife’s Vogue
- Duke of Sussex said racism is often the result of unconscious bias passed down from one generation to next
- He told environmentalist Dr Jane Goodall, 85, we have to understand how bias works to overcome prejudice
- Harry, 34, also revealed he only wants ‘max two children’ with wife Meghan, 37, in face of climate change
- He was interviewed by Dr Goodall for the September edition of British Vogue, which Duchess guest edited
PUBLISHED: 22:43 AEDT, 30 July 2019 | UPDATED: 05:58 AEDT, 31 July 2019
Prince Harry has revealed he and Meghan Markle only want two children in a bid to help save the planet.
The Duke of Sussex, 34, made the extraordinary revelation in a candid interview with conservationist Dr Jane Goodall as part of his wife’s edition of British Vogue.
Discussing the ‘terrifying’ effects of climate change, he assured her he and the Duchess, 37, are only planning on having one more child after the birth of their son Archie.
He said becoming a father has made him see the world differently and the couple only want ‘two maximum’ to help protect the environment.
However, Prince Harry’s stance is in stark contrast to his brother William and wife Kate, who already have three children, with speculation mounting a fourth could be announced soon.
The Queen meanwhile has four children, although Prince Charles, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and Princess Anne all have just two.
Perhaps Prince Harry thinks its OK to have more than two children if you really want, so this latest pearl of wisdom from a British royal is perhaps more of a guideline than a rule. Even climate hero Al Gore has four children.