Prince Harry, 37, and Meghan Markle, 40, are the proud parents of Archie and Lilibet. It’s not uncommon for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to wink at their children at events they attend. This was, moreover, the case on Monday, May 9, when Prince Harry appeared in a promotional video for a travel campaign. This is a new YouTube video for travel company Travalyst’s campaign. This video appeared on Māori television in New Zealand. In particular, we see Prince William’s brother wearing a “Girl Dad” T-shirt. Which undoubtedly refers to Lilibet, 11 months.
In the video, the prince jogs through a forest with a pair of Airpods while proudly wearing his T-shirt. This before being ambushed by a “trip miss”. The latter tells the prince that he “evaluates him as a visitor to New Zealand since his visit in 2018 alongside his wife Meghan Markle”. The prince notably received a rating of 3/5 because of a lollipop wrapper he allegedly dropped during his stay. The grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, who set a new record, was still praised for not leaving the tap on while brushing his teeth.
This ambush made Prince Harry think
The Duke of Sussex had made it clear that this ambush had made him think. Note that an assessment tool is available on the Travalyst website for New Zealanders. This initiative aims to encourage travelers to opt for sustainable options when traveling to the country. This country does not lack attractions. Moreover, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are known to be particularly fond of New Zealand.
Moreover, rumors indicate that the Sussexes were considering emigrating there when they left royalty, reports The Mirror. The Governor General of New Zealand, Dame Patsy Reddy, even announced that the royal couple was open to the idea a year before stepping down from their royal duties, according to the media.
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