Prince Harry has starred in an exciting scene advertising his new environmental travel project, in which vacationers will be “appreciated” for their green credentials.

In an amazing five-minute video posted today on the Duke Travalyst’s nonprofit YouTube page, the Queen’s grandson goes for a jog through the woods of New Zealand before encountering Kiwi actors Rice Darby, David Fayne and Rena Owen.

Jumanji star Darby accuses Harry, who was seen in a T-shirt with the words “Daddy’s Girl” and an Apple Airpod earphone, of throwing a wrapper from a lollipop on Bettels Beach in Auckland during his country tour with his wife Megan Markle in October 2018.

He then explains that the troika is testing a system in which directions evaluate people – just as people now evaluate directions – by their environmental friendliness.

Darby, who wears a flipboard during a peculiar scene, gives Harry three stars out of five and praises him for using only one towel during his stay, bought local honey and left no tap while brushing his teeth.

Then there’s another rating agent played by Faine, who says he should appreciate the prince and that Darby has confused “Harry Styles” with “Stylish Harry”.

Darby tells Harry that he actually has four stars, and continues to put stamps on his arm. At this point, the boss of the rating agents, Owen, drives up and greets Harry in Maori. When asked how he feels, Harry answers “Kei te pai” [I am fine] and recognized the assessment “made me think”.

Today, Harry launched his new environmental travel project during an interview with Te Ao from Moana on Maori television in New Zealand.

Referring to the country named Aatearoa in Maori, the duke called his project his “new hood‘- Maori word for work, which is considered fundamental and for the public good. Host Moana Maniapot said the prince’s new project was inspired by Maori values Kaitsyakitangawhich translates as “guardianship and protection”.

Harry said: “A few years ago I founded Travalyst, a non-profit organization dedicated to creating sustainable tourism for all of us, and through that making systemic changes. Every year more and more of us want better options, and for the first time Travalyst is committed to making this a reality for anyone who wants to support local communities … and care for nature and wildlife.

“For our first campaign, we urge people to turn the script around. We are always asked to share our travels and impressions, but what if the holiday appreciated us? This is an important question, and we want you all to help us answer it. “

Travalyst will work with six travel brands, including Skyscanner, “to collect and display flight emissions data, so if consumers want to book a flight with lower emissions, they can easily find the information they need,” the website said.

Harry is known to love New Zealand, and he and Megan are said to have seriously discussed emigrating there when they left the royal throne before staying in Canada for a short time and then moving into his £ 11 million mansion in California.

Harry wears a “Daddy Girl” T-shirt and Apple Airpod headphones while jogging in New Zealand in a promotional video

Harry plays Kiwi actors Reese Darby and David Fein

Harry plays Kiwi actors Reese Darby and David Fein “appreciate” the Duke’s green credentials during his visit to New Zealand in 2018

Harry confronts Darby, who accuses the Duke of dropping a lollipop wrapper on Bettels Beach in Auckland

Harry confronts Darby, who accuses the Duke of dropping a lollipop wrapper on Bettels Beach in Auckland

Prince Harry decides to speak in Maori to announce new project in New Zealand today

Prince Harry decides to speak in Maori to announce new project in New Zealand today

Prince Harry tonight will make a serious announcement about the launch of the project from New Zealand

Prince Harry tonight will make a serious announcement about the launch of the project from New Zealand

Maori TV presenter Moana Maniapota says Prince Harry's message will spark a debate when it airs tonight in New Zealand

Maori TV presenter Moana Maniapota says Prince Harry’s message will spark a debate when it airs tonight in New Zealand

Prince Harry, who served in the British Army, joined his comrades-in-arms during his trip to the country in 2015 and studied Army Haku

Prince Harry, who served in the British Army, joined his comrades-in-arms during his trip to the country in 2015 and studied Army Haku

Prince Harry returned to New Zealand with Megan Markle in 2018 and they liked it so much that they discussed moving there

Prince Harry returned to New Zealand with Megan Markle in 2018 and they liked it so much that they discussed moving there

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit Te Papayora Mara on October 31, 2018 in Rotorua, New Zealand

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit Te Papayora Mara on October 31, 2018 in Rotorua, New Zealand

Harry added: “I have been to Aatearoa several times throughout my life and I have always felt a deep connection and respect for the Maori people that makes me feel so wanted every time.

“Most recently, when I visited it with my wife, we were touched by the connections we made and the incredible memories we have preserved from the time we were there.

“It was a special honor for us to meet young people who are committed to Maori culture and give to their community and their country. They are justly determined to make this world a better place for the next generation.

“Guided by Maori knowledge and practices, Aatearoa is a country of pioneers of sustainable development. Maori culture essentially understands sustainable practices and how to take better care of the land that gives life, and these are important lessons we can all learn. ”

“It’s interesting to hear someone from the royal family talk about Māori values, given our history, but also given the current debate that Māori values ​​are at the forefront of decision-making and relationships,” she said.

“We are open to talking to anyone … to anything that resonates especially with our Maori values ​​- whether we agree with us or not. We talk about the Crown every week. I hope that next time we will have an interview to find out the relationship between the Maori and the crown. “

In 2018, the prince returned to New Zealand with Megan Markle.

According to the queen’s representative in the country, the couple discussed moving there.

It was over a year before they relinquished royal duties and moved to the United States.

Former Governor-General Lady Patsy Reddy recalled that the couple said they “could imagine life in such a place” and asked if it would be “theoretically possible”.

She told the Associated Press in an interview: “They were looking at how they could raise their family.

“And obviously since then they’ve made some decisions.”

Harry and Megan shocked the world when in January 2020 they announced their intention to give up senior royal roles, become financially independent and spend more time in North America.

Recalling the couple’s trip to New Zealand and how tired they looked, 67-year-old Dam Patsy said: “I remember they were just in Abel Tasman National Park when we sat down and had a drink.

“They said they could imagine life in such a place, and wondered if we thought it was theoretically possible. It is even possible that they will find a place in New Zealand.

“Of course we said,‘ Of course. It would be good ‘. There are many opportunities for life in New Zealand, but that would be something they would have to explore. ”

The discussion suggests that the couple considered options outside the UK less than six months after the marriage and long before moving to the US.

Lady Patsy said she sees this not as a formal request for help, but as an informal discussion about the couple’s hopes for the future.

She said they seemed impressed with the access to fresh air and their interaction with New Zealanders.

In a widely watched interview with Oprah Winfrey last year, Harry and Megan said they offered to take a step back from royal life in a Commonwealth country such as South Africa or New Zealand.

Lady Patsy said she watched the interview but declined to comment on the royal family’s internal business.

“I thought they were a wonderful couple and I hope they have a great future where they are,” she said.

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