Prince Harry was criticized for taking a private jet back to California from his polo match in Colorado, Spain, when he lectured people on climate change.
The Duke of Sussex has been labeled a “hypocrite” for choosing to take a two-hour flight back to his mansion in Montecito via a ین 45 million Gulfstream jet. He boarded a 20-seater plane, believed to belong to a friend of his, American businessman Mark Ganzi.
Royal author Tom Quinn called the move “extremely hypocritical” in light of the 36-year-old royal’s talk on climate change. He told the sun That is a “huge blind spot” for the Duke, who “sees himself as a person who guides the rest of the world and has no regard for his own conduct.”
The online community also called Prince Harry a “complete hypocrite” by another Twitter user and another claiming he relied on “privileges”.
“Yesterday Prince Harry took home a private jet from a polo match – after lecturing us all on how climate change is one of the most important issues in the world. Total hypocrites. Elite ecology I tell, “the user wrote.
In May, Prince Harry told Oprah Winfrey that mental health and climate change were the two “most important” issues in society. “People are trying to solve these problems,” he acknowledged. He also talked about its detrimental effects on future generations.
In his interview on his Apple TV + documentary, he said, “In today’s world, raising children is very frustrating, well, depending on where you live, your country of origin or the fire. I am, either underwater, the house or the forest is flat. ” .
Prince Harry has reportedly made four trips by private jet in 11 days, despite his stand against the effects of CO2 emissions on the climate. Just one jet can emit two tons of CO2 in an hour. His flight to Aspen was for a charity polo match for his co-founder Centbel Charity. Ironically, he also took a private jet to the Sicilian Climate Change Summit. It is said that in 2019 alone, it took six private jet flights.