Prince Harry gets a very aerial fairy because he says we can fight climate change by becoming ‘raindrops’

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Prince Harry admits his worldview changed after becoming a father in an interview to mark the launch of a new Netflix-style platform for environmental and conservation documentaries.

The Duke of Sussex, 36, who currently resides in an £ 11million mansion in California, spoke about his passion for nature and Africa in a video interview with WaterBear CEO Ellen Windemuth, and Chief Strategy Officer Sam Sutaria.

He urged humans to be “like raindrops” who “relieve parched soil” and tackle climate change with actions, not words.

He also joked that dancing in front of the camera was ‘his idea of ​​hell’ because ‘everyone was laughing at him’ while recalling his and Meghan Markle’s royal tour of South Africa the year last.

This is the first time Harry has appeared publicly since the Duchess of Sussex revealed she suffered a miscarriage this summer, via a New York Times article last week.

Prince Harry admits his worldview changed after becoming a father in an interview to mark the launch of a new Netflix-style platform for environmental and conservation documentaries

Speaking of his son Archie, now 19 months old, Harry said: “Being in nature is the most healing part of life, I really believe that is one of the reasons it is there.

“But by the time you become a father, everything really changes because then you start to realize, well, what’s the point of bringing a new person into this world when they reach your age and it’s on fire.” ?

“We can’t steal their future, that’s not the job we’re here for. I always thought we could give the world a better place than when we found it, so I really think we need to take a moment and think hard how do we get what we need and have our desire to. to build without taking away from our children and generations to come?

Harry spoke about the importance of “putting your back on the job” when it comes to tackling climate change and conservation.

“Every drop of rain that falls from the sky relieves the parched soil. What if each of us is a drop of rain, what if each of us cares? he thought.

Harry, pictured with Meghan and Archie last year, said: 'By the time you become a father everything really changes because then you start to realize, well, what's the point in bringing a new person in this world when she gets there.  your age and it's on fire?

Harry, pictured with Meghan and Archie last year, said: ‘By the time you become a father everything really changes because then you start to realize, well, what’s the point of bringing a new person into this world when she gets there. your age and it’s on fire?

Harry joked that dancing in front of the camera was 'his idea of ​​hell' while recalling her and Meghan Markle's royal tour of South Africa last year

Harry joked that dancing in front of the camera was ‘his idea of ​​hell’ while recalling her and Meghan Markle’s royal tour of South Africa last year

“Ultimately, nature is our source of life… But you can’t uplift, educate and inspire without some form of action following.

Harry reflected on the “universally difficult year” everyone has had, adding that he has found solace in nature, which he believes to be the “most healing part of life”.

“Someone told me at the start of the pandemic, ‘It’s almost as if Mother Nature sent us to our rooms for bad behavior,” he observed.

Harry, who heads the Africa Parks conservation group, also spoke of his love for the continent, recalling how it had given him a sense of ‘escape and space’ during his visit to the age 12, shortly after the death of his mother, Princess Diana.

Harry spoke of the 'universally difficult year' everyone has gone through, adding that he has found solace in nature, which he believes to be the 'most healing part of life'.

Harry spoke of the “universally difficult year” everyone has had, adding that he has found solace in nature, which he believes to be the “most healing part of life”.

“I don’t know what it is, but there is something in the air that ends up in your blood, and whatever experience you have, it takes you out,” he said. declared.

“The feeling of escape and space that this African continent has given me is something I will be eternally grateful for.

Prince Harry has visited Africa on several occasions, spending three weeks in Malawi working alongside volunteers, veterinarians and frontline experts at one of the largest and most important elephant translocations in the history of conservation in 2016.

He also took Meghan camping in Botswana in the early days of their relationship and reportedly offered a proposal there while celebrating the Duchess’ 36th birthday three months before their official announcement, according to the Finding Freedom bombshell biography.

Harry said that Harry said the feeling of escape and space that Africa gave him is something he will be 'eternally grateful for'.  Photographed visiting South African Wildlife College in December 2015

Harry said that Harry said that the sense of escape and space that Africa gave him is something he will be “forever grateful for”. Photographed visiting South African Wildlife College in December 2015

Prince Harry has visited Africa on several occasions, spending three weeks in Malawi working alongside volunteers, vets and experts on the front lines of one of the largest and most important elephant translocations of the history of conservation in 2016.

Prince Harry has visited Africa on several occasions, spending three weeks in Malawi working alongside volunteers, vets and experts on the front lines of one of the largest and most important elephant translocations of the history of conservation in 2016.

WaterBear, which launched today, is a platform offering free documentaries and original live content from over 80 NGOs around the world.

The streaming service features a ‘take action’ button that connects audiences to each NGO’s page, giving them the option to donate directly to the cause or get involved in featured projects.

Harry said, “For me it’s about putting my back behind the said, and that’s something Waterbear is doing, is going to do.”

“There are so many documentaries happening, I always imagine, whether it’s an individual, couples, families, sitting there watching this stuff and going, OK, you just made me more aware of a world problem, now I’m pretty depressed I’m going to go and cook myself a meal and probably forget about it.

Whereas with Waterbear now having all of this content in one place, being able to have that option at the end as a call to action, because people want to know how can I make a difference, how can I help , and I’m really energetic and optimistic now to know that we have the tools, we have the mindset to be able to make that change.

Harry and Meghan stepped down as royals in March this year and moved to the United States. Last week, it emerged Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank had moved into Frogmore Cottage – the home of the Sussexes in Windsor.

Meghan and Harry spent £ 2.4million from the Sovereign Grant for the renovation of the property, but paid taxpayers in full in September after signing a £ 112million deal with Netflix.

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