Príncipe Harry confiesa que quiere tener 'máximo' dos hijos con Meghan Markle

Para el número de septiembre de British Vogue, el Príncipe Harry conoció y entrevistó a la conservacionista, la Dra. Jane Goodall. Él le confesó la cantidad de hijos que deseaba tener con su esposa.

El príncipe Harry, de 34 años, tuvo el placer de entrevistar a la Dra. Jane Goodall, de 85 años, por el tema "Forces for Change" de British Vogue que su esposa, la duquesa Meghan, de 37 años, editó como invitada. La duquesa trabajó con el editor en jefe de la revista, Edward Enninful, para producir la publicación.

Mientras hablaba con Goodall, la conversación de Harry con ella se centró en preservar el mundo para las próximas generaciones. El príncipe lamentó que los seres humanos parecieran ser la única especie que piensa que la tierra les pertenece solo a ellos.

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We are proud to announce that Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Sussex is the Guest Editor for the September issue of @BritishVogue. For the past seven months, The Duchess has curated the content with British Vogue's Editor-in-Chief Edward Enninful to create an issue that highlights the power of the collective. They have named the issue: “Forces for Change” For the cover, The Duchess chose a diverse selection of women from all walks of life, each driving impact and raising the bar for equality, kindness, justice and open mindedness. The sixteenth space on the cover, a mirror, was included so that when you hold the issue in your hands, you see yourself as part of this collective. The women on the cover include: @AdwoaAboah @AdutAkech @SomaliBoxer @JacindaArdern @TheSineadBurke @Gemma_Chan @LaverneCox @JaneFonda @SalmaHayek @FrankieGoesToHayward @JameelaJamilOfficial @Chimamanda_Adichie @YaraShahidi @GretaThunberg @CTurlington We are excited to announce that within the issue you’ll find: an exclusive interview between The Duchess and former First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama, a candid conversation between The Duke of Sussex and Dr Jane Goodall, inspirational articles written by Brené Brown, Jameela Jamil and many others. Equally, you’ll find grassroots organisations and incredible trailblazers working tirelessly behind the scenes to change the world for the better. • “Guest Editing the September issue of British Vogue has been rewarding, educational and inspiring. To deep dive into this process, working quietly behind the scenes for so many months, I am happy to now be able to share what we have created. A huge thanks to all of the friends who supported me in this endeavour, lending their time and energy to help within these pages and on the cover. Thank you for saying “Yes!” - and to Edward, thank you for this wonderful opportunity.” - The Duchess of Sussex #ForcesForChange

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La primatóloga estuvo de acuerdo en señalar que los seres humanos probablemente continuarían luchando por los recursos hasta que algo cambiara para nosotros. Harry admitió que el estado "aterrador" del mundo probablemente se amplificó para él desde el nacimiento de su único hijo, Archie Harrison, en mayo.

"Cuando traes un niño al mundo, tienes que preocuparte por el futuro."

La conservacionista acordó una vez más y señaló que tener un hijo hacía las cosas "diferentes". Harry admitió que veía la naturaleza de manera diferente ahora desde que tuvo a su hijo e "incluso antes de tener un hijo y con la esperanza de tener hijos..."

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To watch the full #ForcesForChange video for the September Issue of @BritishVogue, guest edited by The Duchess of Sussex, please visit our IGTV. Her Royal Highness is the first Guest Editor for British Vogue’s September Issue and for the last seven months has worked to create an issue of inclusivity and inspiration, focusing on what connects us rather than what divides us. Fifteen women were chosen for the cover including New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, who generously lent her time to support The Duchess in this important issue. The women first met last autumn during Their Royal Highness’ official tour of New Zealand. Above, PM Ardern says: “One change that I’ve noticed over the course of my career, is just how polarised the world is now. I do think there is a solution to that though, and that’s ultimately us coming back to the humanity that we all share." Thank you PM Ardern for being an amazing force for change. For more details on this special project, please see previous post and stay tuned for more updates throughout the week.

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Goodall lo interrumpió con una carcajada diciendo: "¡No demasiados!", lo que llevó al príncipe a confesar que solo estaba dispuesto a tener, "¡dos, máximo!".

Él agregó que siempre sintió que la tierra era "prestada". Harry continuó: "Y, seguramente, siendo tan inteligentes como todos somos, o tan evolucionados como se supone que todos debemos ser, deberíamos poder dejar algo mejor para la próxima generación”.

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Today, The Duke of Sussex met with young people doing ground-breaking work in their communities as part of Dr. Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots Global Leadership gathering. Started in 1991 by world renowned ethologist and primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall, with just 12 high school students in Tanzania, Roots & Shoots brings together young people from around the world who are leading projects in their communities to make the world a better place for people, animals and the environment. Today @RootsAndShoots has over 150,000 groups in over 50 countries - the collective power of these young people is limitless. His Royal Highness believes that people are at the heart of conservation and sustainability and that in order to succeed we need an inclusive, community-centred approach. In his roles as President of The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust and Commonwealth Youth Ambassador, The Duke has met young people from around the world who are leading the way with creative sustainability solutions and campaigns – it is thanks to the creativity of young people’s minds, that we can turn the tide and preserve our planet for future generations. After listening to presentations on endangered species, reducing plastic waste and embracing the wild, The Duke had the chance to thank all the young people taking part for their efforts and the difference they are making every single day. As a continuation of our monthly social awareness approach, for July we turned our attention to following accounts featuring the environment. @JaneGoodallInst, founder of Roots & Shoots, is one of those selected profiles, having dedicated her life’s work to bettering our environment and world. To learn more, visit @RootsAndShoots. Photo©️ PA images

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Antes de que Meghan quedara embarazada, Harry había compartido que no quería que su familia fuera demasiado numerosa. Goodall reveló que no estaba sorprendida de que la visión de Harry sobre la tierra se hubiera intensificado desde que tuvo un hijo.

Ella explicó:

“Cuando traes un niño al mundo, debes preocuparte por el futuro. Si no hacemos un cambio, no tenemos futuro. Es tan simple como eso."

Cuando ella visitó a la pareja real en su casa de Frogmore Cottage, en junio, conoció al pequeño Archie. Al describirlo a los periodistas, ella dijo: "Es muy lindo y muy gentil".

Tener a Goodall en su casa debió haber sido un gran placer para Meghan, quien confesó que era una fan suya "de toda la vida". La conservacionista reveló que la duquesa le dijo que la había "seguido" y "adorado" durante toda su vida.

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Earlier this summer HRH The Duke of Sussex met with world renowned ethologist Dr. Jane Goodall for an intimate conversation on environment, activism, and the world as they see it. This special sit-down was requested by The Duchess of Sussex, who has long admired Dr. Goodall and wanted to feature her in the September issue of @BritishVogue, which HRH has guest edited. HRH and Dr. Goodall spoke candidly about many topics including the effects of unconscious bias, and the need for people to acknowledge that your upbringing and environment can cause you to be prejudiced without realising it. The Duke described that “[when] you start to peel away all the layers, all the taught behaviour, the learned behaviour, the experienced behaviour, you start to peel all that away - and at the end of the day, we’re all humans.” • Through @RootsandShoots the global youth service program @JaneGoodallInst founded in 1991, she has created and encouraged a global youth community to recognise the power of their individual strength – that each day you live, you can make a difference. Photos: ©️SussexRoyal / Chris Allerton #ForcesForChange

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Ella visitó el Castillo de Windsor el martes, donde ella y Harry discutieron su proyecto "Roots and Shoots" que promueve la conservación. Harry había pedido reunirse con ella el año pasado.

Goodall es famosa por su trabajo con chimpancés en Tanzania.

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