Prince Harry reveals that he and Meghan will only have two children to help save the planet in an interview for wife's Vogue – and talk about how & # 39; unconscious bias & # 39; caused racism in Britain
- Duke of Sussex, 34, said that racism is often the result of unconscious bias
- He said to environmentalist Dr. Jane Goodall that we have to understand how bias works
- Harry also revealed that he only & # 39; max. Two children & # 39; wants to fight climate change
- He was interviewed by Dr. Goodall for the British Vogue edition by wife Meghan
Prince Harry has revealed that he and Meghan only want two children in an attempt to save the planet.
The Duke of Sussex, 34, made the revelation in an interview with conservationist Dr. Jane Goodall as part of the edition of his wife Meghan from British Vogue.
He also spoke frankly about racism in Britain and how & # 39; unconscious bias & # 39; is often passed on from generation to generation.
Harry told Dr. Goodall Britons need to understand where our prejudices come from to tackle racial discrimination.
He joked that he and his wife, 37, committed to saving the environment by having only two children.
Prince Harry is depicted with nature conservationist Dr. Jane Goodall at a workshop at Windsor Castle on July 23
The Duchess of Sussex is depicted in preparation for her edition of British Vogue
He said he views things differently & # 39; after Meghan had given birth to baby Archie, and said: “I see it differently now, without a doubt. But I have always tried to make sure that even before I had a child and hoped to have children … & # 39;
But then Dr. Goodall stopped and said: & # 39; Not too much … & # 39; He replied: & # 39; Two, maximum! & # 39;
In a commentary on & # 39; unconscious bias & # 39; he added: & # 39; despite the fact that if you go to someone and say & # 39; what you have just said or the way you have behaved is racist & # 39; – they will turn around and say, & # 39; I am not a racist & # 39 ;.
& # 39; I am not saying that you are a racist, I am just saying that your unconscious bias proves that because of the way you were raised, the environment in which you were raised suggests that from this point of view – unconscious point of view – you are naturally looks at someone in a different way. & # 39;
The September edition of British Vogue, edited by Meghan, will be available on August 2
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