He continued, "We are currently living through an extinction crisis and now a global pandemic that has shaken us to our core and brought the world to a standstill. On the extinction crisis the science is clear; we have perhaps a decade to course correct before we lock in our fate. On this pandemic, while much is still unknown, some evidence suggests that the virus' origins may be linked to our exploitation of nature. The gravity of these challenges is coming to light, but we must not be paralysed by them."
Africa is a special place for the royal, who has spent many years of his life volunteering in the continent. Last year, Harry took wife Meghan and their one-year-old son Archie to Botswana, where the couple are believed to have had one of their first dates as a couple.
While we've seen much less of the Sussexes since their departure from the royal family, we've been given a cute royal update on their son Archie . A royal insider told Us Weekly, "He’s saying a few words, like 'Dada,' 'Mama,' 'book,' and 'dog.'" They also shared he, "loves playing hide-and-seek and using building blocks."
While it's unsurprising the one-year-old has perfected 'Mama' and 'Dada' - 'book' and 'dog' also make perfect sense for baby Archie. To celebrate his first birthday, Meghan and Harry shared a sweet video of Archie reading Duck! Rabbit! The book also revealed a sticker that said 'Archie's book club', meaning he's already quite the avid reader - and as the video shows, a pro at turning the pages.
Archie reportedly loves the family's two dogs, Guy the beagle and a black Labrador whose name Harry and Meghan are yet to reveal. The dogs are his "best friends," a source told People, adding, "They make him laugh and are gentle with him."