Princess Anne urges young royals: 'Don't forget the basics' of service

Princess Anne urges young royals: 'Don't forget the basics' of service

Princess Anne urges young royals: 'Don't forget the basics' of service

Leading conservationist Dr Goodall believes the Duke of Sussex will give up hunting because wife Meghan dislikes the sport.

The British royal is said to be finding life "a bit challenging" following his move to North America, his friend Dr Jane Goodall has revealed.

Britain's Duke and Duchess of Sussex are now living in Los Angeles with their son, Archie, after stepping down as senior royals, and renowned conservationist Jane, 86, told United Kingdom magazine Radio Times the Prince is struggling to adapt to life in the U.S.

With all that going on, it may not come as a surprise that Prince Harry has been having a rough go of it lately.

As he should! If there was any time to start calling home more, it's now!

Recalling their conversation, she explained: "Harry said, 'No, he's not growing up like that'".

The news comes after they spoke by phone with the Archbishop of Canterbury, who conducted their marriage ceremony and is president of the charity.

The Sussexes' royal exit to a normal life isn't quite how they envisioned it, as a global pandemic was not on their radar at the time they announced their plan to leave their royal duties.

"Yes, except they hunt and shoot", she said when discussing the two's support for nature conservation. It is with your encouragement, particularly over the last few years, that we feel prepared to make this adjustment. In the royal world, it's 'What should we do next? We look forward to sharing the full details of this exciting next step in due course, as we continue to collaborate with Her Majesty The Queen, The Prince of Wales, The Duke of Cambridge and all relevant parties.

The Princess Royal appears on the cover of the magazine, gracing it with an elegant black-and-white portrait of her shot in 1969.

The princess shares, "I thought if I was going to do anything outside of the Royal Family, horses was likely to be the best way of doing it".

Royals hardly ever part in personal interviews, and there are members of the Royal Family who are more private than others. "So I think that was probably the right thing to do". Mollard anxious that the isolation could impact Prince Harry as "he has no sense of purpose" now.

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