Proud to be a father to his little girl. Prince HarryHe wore a shirt to show his love for Lilibet in a video to promote the nonprofit.
The Duke of Sussex, 37, wore a grey t-shirt that says “Girl Dad” in large block letters on his chest in the comedy skit, which was released Monday, May 9. He wore dark sweatpants, a brown baseball cap, and accessorized his look with a wedding band, a bracelet made of beads, and Air Pods. He wore the dad duds as part of his costume to promote Travalyst.
The proud dad — who shares Lilibet, 11 months, and Archie, 2, with wife Meghan Markle — founded The Travalyst Coalition in 2019, which helps travelers make more environmentally friendly choices. The sketch depicted Harry on a run when two Aotearoa New Zeland Trip Raters approached him. Our Flag Means DeathStars Rhys Darby Dave FaneThese people reveal the impact that the prince had on the environment during his last trip to his home country.
The men allege that the Invictus Games founder dropped a lollipop wrapper during his royal tour in 2018 — his first overseas engagement with the Duchess of Sussex, 40. Darby suggests that the duke may have been confused and denies dropping the litter on windy days.
“I don’t think it was confusing. It was amazing. It was an incredible experience. It’s beautiful,” Harry says.
Darby alleges that the duke stayed at a “motor lodge,” where he was given 13 towels but opted to use just one throughout his stay. The Archewell founder isn’t so sure that happened. The agent also addresses Harry’s purchase of local honey and his teeth-brushing habits before he explains why he is going over all of this.
“You know how people rate the places they visit?” Darby’s character explains. “Well, imagine if those destinations rated you back.”
Suddenly Fane’s agent interrupts to reveal that he’s the one who is supposed to be evaluating the England native. “You’ve got Harry Styley,” he says, seemingly mispronouncing Harry Styles. “I’ve got stylish Harry.”
Harry is ready to run from the bumbling agents, but he says they have ignited an idea. Travalyst is a website that shows how vacations have affected communities, businesses, and the environment. It was created by a military veteran. The goal of Travalyst is to make travel more sustainable.
New Zealand was one of the many places that the duke and duchess visited before becoming parents. They even considered moving there. New Zealand’s former governor-general Patsy Reddy said that Meghan and Harry discussed what it’d be like to raise their family in the small country off the coast of Australia during their 2018 trip.
“I remember they’d just been down to the Abel Tasman national park when we sat down and had a drink, and they said that they could imagine living in a place like this and wondered whether we thought it would be theoretically possible. Even possible for them to have a place in New Zealand,” Reddy told The Associated PressIn August 2021, the couple retired from royal duties and moved to Montecito in California.
She continued, “Of course, we said sure. It would be fine. There are lots of opportunities to live in New Zealand, but that would be something that they’d have to explore. They were looking at ways to raise their children. And, obviously, they’ve made some decisions since.”