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Prince William Admits He Fears Giving Charlotte and Louis ‘the Burdenof Climate Change Worry

Prince William Admits He Fears Giving Charlotte and Louis 'the Burden' of Climate Change Worry

Príncipe William is hoping the worrying — and fighting for change — he’s doing today will ease some of theburdenon his children when they grow up.

Talking to the BBC about his goals and vision for his ambitious Prêmio Earthshot, the Duke of Cambridge said that while his oldest child, 8-anos Príncipe george, has already started to realize in very specific ways how people are harming the planet, he’s still hoping to save his younger children, 6-anos Princesa charlotte e 3 anos de idade Príncipe louis, from shouldering some of his worries about climate change.

William noted that Georgeis acutely aware, more so than the other two at the moment,” and told a story about George recently becoming bothconfused” e “incomodado” when he took part in a school litter pickup, only to discover more of the same trash the next day.

As for his other two kids, William disse, “Charlotte is just a bit young, she’s still not quite sure and actually Louis just enjoys playing outside the whole time — he lives outside.

Ele continua, “But I think it is slowly dawning on them that these things matter but when you are that young, you just want to have fun and enjoy it.

I feel bad,” ele admite, “because I don’t want to give them the burden of that worry.

William, 39, said he has already passed down several eco-conscious habits to George that were taught to him and his brother Príncipe harry by their dad, Príncipe Charles: “[He knows] not to overuse water, being careful with our resources, turning off light switches, coisas assim, which was instilled in me growing up.

William emphasizeseducation is really key.

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The Duke put that motto in action on Wednesday when he and wife Kate Middleton took part in an afternoon of hands-on, environmentally themed activities with school children at Kew Gardens in London.

The event — which was designed to spark out-of-the-box ideas to save the planet — wasentirely positive,” said Olympian Helen Glover, who joined the Duke and Duchess for the day. Ela continuou, “and why shouldn’t it be? Because it’s positive minds going not, ‘We hope to do it,’ or ‘We might do it,’ but ‘We WILL do it.

Príncipe William da Grã-Bretanha, Duque de Cambridge e Catherine da Grã-Bretanha, A Duquesa de Cambridge posa durante sua visita para participar de uma iniciativa educacional Generation Earthshot, composta por atividades destinadas a gerar ideias para reparar o planeta e despertar entusiasmo pelo mundo natural, em Kew Gardens, Londres em outubro 13, 2021.

Príncipe William da Grã-Bretanha, Duque de Cambridge e Catherine da Grã-Bretanha, A Duquesa de Cambridge posa durante sua visita para participar de uma iniciativa educacional Generation Earthshot, composta por atividades destinadas a gerar ideias para reparar o planeta e despertar entusiasmo pelo mundo natural, em Kew Gardens, Londres em outubro 13, 2021.
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There was an authenticityto the afternoon, according to explorer, naturalist and presenter Steve Backshall MBE, who joined the royal couple alongside Glover and London Mayor Sadiq Khan.

Backshall noted that William and Kate, 39, “absolutely knew what everything here was about. They sat down to the kids and listened to them and worked with them. It’s from the heart and genuine and people get that and connect to it. They are living it, they’re owning it and people will respond to that.

They’re effortless at it,” ele adicionou, anotando, “They’ve got kids themselves.