Prince Harry has always emphasized the importance of environmental care. He was worried about what hands we would hand over the planet to future generations, so he said he would have no more than two children.
Prince Harry and his wife Megan Markle they are already thinking about the world that awaits their son Archie and his potential brother and sister. Harry's interview with the British primatologist, ethologist and anthropologist Dr. Jane Goodall, which is running for the September issue of the UK magazine fashion, it also affected the environment in which future generations would live.
"We are the only species on this planet that believes this world belongs to us and only to us," said Harry, with whom Dr. Goodall agreed, then asked him if he was feeling worse since he became a father. "It mattered," he replied, adding that he had always been involved with nature and that he had always loved her very much and continues: "Now I look at it differently. I've always wanted to provide it, even before the baby and hope for the kids …", However, Dr. Goodall interrupted him in laughter and noted: "But not too much!" so Harry quickly made sure: Two at most!
But then he went on to say what he always meant to say that we occupied this space, and given that we are all intelligent and well-developed, we must leave something better for future generations.
Even before Megan Harry's pregnancy, he said he didn't want too much family.