In 2019, Prince Harry helped to launch the sustainable tourism project Travalyst, saying at the time that the majority of flights he had taken had been commercial and he would only travel by private jet to “ensure my family are safe”.
Last May, the Duke also launched a campaign on a Maori TV channel in New Zealand to help bring sustainability to the forefronts of holidaymakers’ priorities when planning their getaways.
The recent criticisms comes as Omid continues his press run for his upcoming book Endgame which reportedly gives an inside look at the British monarchy following Prince Harry and Meghan’s exit in 2020 and Queen Elizabeth II’s death.
Although the book was only released yesterday, it has been stirring controversy for weeks as extracts and advanced excerpts were published.
However, the author himself took to X earlier this week expressing some frustrations over the reactions to his work before it was even published.
He wrote: “Whether you like my work or loathe it, all I ask is that if you are reading coverage about what’s supposedly inside #ENDGAME, please also read the book itself.
“Incorrect and bad translations, snippets without context, leaks etc. do not tell the full or accurate story. Thank you.”
In regards to “bad translations”, the Dutch version of Endgame has been temporarily withdrawn in the Netherlands after an “error” in the translation.