He values nature and wildlife
In an emotional speech, Prince Harry highlighted the importance of fighting poachers, as there will be no wild African elephants or rhinos left by the time children born this year, like his niece Charlotte, turn 25, if current poaching rates continue.
Thanking the 'heroes' in the frontline for their important work, the royal said: 'This is a test for all humanity and we cannot afford to fail. Nature needs us to fight her battles and in this case, protect her animals, some of which have been on this planet for tens of thousands of years.'
Harry also praised his older brother for his work in the United For Wildlife initiative: 'William has put the fate of endangered species back on the agenda of governments, companies, and NGOs around the world. I am incredibly proud of what he is achieving and will do whatever I can to support him.'