Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have faced criticism after reportedly using the services of four private jets in 11 days.
The royal couple are leading voice’s in the UK when it comes to climate change and environmental awareness.
The royal couple were photographed boarding a private plane in the South of France, where they were enjoying a family holiday.
The couple also used a private aircraft to travel to and from Ibiza to celebrate the Duchess’ birthday last week.
“Whether you think recent criticism of Harry and Meghan is fair or not it’s worrying to me that they don’t seem to care and aren’t about to change their behaviour,” royal family expert Phil Dampier told MailOnline.
“They must have known that taking private jets four times in quick succession would leave them open to charges of hypocrisy but they just went ahead and did it anyway.”
“People don’t like to be lectured on climate change by those who don’t do follow their own advice.”
Prince Harry recently revealed that he and Meghan would only have a maximum of two children for environmental reasons.
The couple also regularly speak on environmental issues during public appearances and on social media.
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