Children can be of help! And Prince William will not say the opposite. Like all members of the royal family in recent months, the husband of Kate Middleton had to learn new technologies. On the sidelines of the Earthshot Prize Awards ceremony, this Friday, October 15, he therefore bowed to the question / answer game … on Instagram. And we know, Internet users can sometimes be malicious and this is exactly what Prince William was able to realize. The Duke of Cambridge responded to questions sent about the upcoming Earthshot Awards ceremony, but also to a much more astonishing question: “Do unicorns exist?” Astonished by this request, Prince William could not help hiding his amusement by making a tender confidence about his daughter.
“Well I think if you talk to my daughter she would say they are real but obviously that’s a trade secret so I can’t comment,” Kate Middleton’s husband joked, never stingy. pretty confidences about her three children, George, Charlotte and Louis. On a more serious subject, the Duke of Cambridge also answered questions about the Earthshot awards, which will be held this Sunday, October 17 and which aim to reward initiatives launched to fight against global warming. Very committed, Prince William thinks above all about the future of his children. “I want the things that I enjoyed – the outdoor life, nature, the environment – to still exist for my children, and not just for mine, but for children all over the world,” he said. in an interview with the BBC.
Prince William pays himself the “great brains of the world”
“And you know, to me, it would be an absolute disaster if George was setting here and talking to you or your successor, Adam, 30 years from now, whatever, still saying the same thing, because from here there it will be too late … “continued Prince William. Usually discreet with regard to his opinions, the future king indulged in a well-felt tackle during this interview. Interviewed by Adam Fleming at Kensington Palace, Prince Harry’s brother recalled that it was essential to “repair this planet” before colonizing others. A reference to Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk, who have been fighting for weeks for space tourism. “We need some of the biggest brains in the world to try to fix this planet, not to try to find the next place to live,” said Prince William, visibly upset.
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