As The Daily Mail points out, Prince Harry and wife Duchess Meghan took a SECOND PRIVATE PLANE just TWO DAYS after their recent Ibiza getaway “despite their long-running support for environmental causes.” You would think these two brutally murdered Captain Planet and then went off to laughingly use vast quantities of aerosol hairspray on themselves.
Harry and Meghan flew to Nice, France in a private jet which they say uses “seven times more emissions per person than [a] commercial jet.” When did Al Gore become the editor over at The Daily Mail?
Eco-warriors Harry and Meghan flew into a new hypocrisy row last night as it emerged that they used a private jet to go on holiday to the South of France – their third private jet flight in just eight days.
Their third one! Meghan was spotted disembarking (in “a white blouse and cream sun hat” so – stylishly) with baby Archie from a 12-seater Cessna Citation Sovereign registered to “luxury firm NetJets” which they helpfully inform us cost around 24K and change to lease. Someone at The Daily Mail (does Duchess Kate have an etiquette column under an alias?) called their asses out:
There are more than 20 scheduled flights from London airports to Nice each Wednesday. The gas-guzzling flight came just two days after the couple returned by private jet to the UK from Ibiza after a six-night break to mark Meghan’s 38th birthday. They had originally flown to Ibiza on August 6 by private jet – making it three environmentally damaging flights in just over a week.
Harry recently gave a speech at Google’s “green summit” in Sicily where he stayed at a luxury resort when he wasn’t doing the Lindsay Lohan (by that I mean “lounging” not “cuddling up to alleged murderous Saudi princes“) on “a gas-guzzling super-yacht.”
Harry was said to be “staring at the ground” in an attempt to remain unidentified when they landed in Nice. British Labour MP Teresa Pearce had something to say about this too:
Labour MP Teresa Pearce said she was ‘surprised’ by the couple’s jet-setting.
‘I find this quite surprising because it doesn’t fit with their public image and the way they’re so concerned about the planet and the environment.’
Oh, and in case you were wondering…
Harry and Meghan’s trip to France is estimated to have had a carbon footprint of just over three tons and their earlier trip to Ibiza is believed to have had a footprint of more than four tons. The carbon footprint of an average person in the UK is 13 tons a year.
So, when we’re all drowning in the deluge from the polar ice caps melting while His Majesty Archie Mountbatten-Windsor cackles evilly, remember that it was all Harry and Meghan’s fault!