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Prince Charles has specific fears for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Baby

New children can surely stir up a series of feelings in family members, but not all feelings are necessarily positive.…

New children can surely stir up a series of feelings in family members, but not all feelings are necessarily positive. And the royal family, in spite of the shining front they put on publicly, is actually human – which means that some of them are bound to have mixed feelings in which children are worried.

Prince Charles showed that point when he became a bit more personal than usual and raised Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s future children while speaking in Ghana – but it was not a joy.

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He referred to Baby Sussex while talking about something that really fires him: pollution.

“I’ll actually have another grandson. I suspect that some of you may also have grandchildren or will be doing soon,” he says, according to The Telegraph . “It seems mad to us if we’re going to bite this completely polluted, damaged and destroyed world for them. All grandchildren deserve a better future. “

Environmental hazards have long been considering how Charles parents own their own children, Prince William and Prince Harry, so apparently it is also on their grandchildren. In a new BBC documentary film, called Prince, Son and Heir Charles at 70 William said Charles should take their guys “litter picking” on the side of the roads, where they would clean rubbish during family vacation.

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“He took us litter picking when we were younger on vacation. We were in Norfolk on school leave and we went out with littering with him,” William revealed, according to The Telegraph. “We thought this is quite normal, everyone has to do it. We were there with our nails shaking the garbage in black plastic bags.”

Normally in general? Maybe not. Normal for them? Apparently yes. Part of what Charles advocates is a change in how the products are recycled, primarily so that less plastic is dumped at sea, but he also wants to fight deforestation. Last week Charles referred to Prince George when he talked about the importance of planting trees.

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“As I grow older, all I really want is to plant trees,” Charles said. “I hope it will be fun for George when they grow up and he grows up.”

It is obvious that family issues and environmental issues are tied to him. No wonder, Baby Sussex has added the mixture.

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