Dr Jane Goodall has said that Prince Harry is finding his new life in Los Angeles with wife Meghan Markle and their 11 month old son Archie “a bit challenging”.
The conservationist, 86, has worked with Harry, 35, over the years on different projects and has been in touch with him since he and Meghan relocated to LA.
Harry and Meghan initially moved to Canada after quitting royal life, but have since settled in LA, which is where Meghan grew up.
Dr Goodall told Radio Times: "I don't know how his career is going to map out, but yes, I've been in touch, though I think he's finding life a bit challenging just now."
When asked if she thought Harry and his brother Prince William were champions of the natural world, she said: "Yes, except they hunt and shoot.
"But I think Harry will stop because Meghan doesn't like hunting, so I suspect that is over for him."
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Last year, Harry interviewed Dr Goodall for the Forces of Change British Vogue issue, which Meghan, 38, guest edited.
Dr Goodall believes she was one of the first people outside of the family to cuddle Meghan and Harry’s son Archie when she visited their home in Windsor, Frogmore Cottage, last summer.
Speaking about her visit, she revealed that Harry had indicated that he didn't want Archie growing up in the royal spotlight.
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Speaking to Daily Mail’s Weekend Magazine, Dr Goodall said: “At the end [of the conversation] Meghan came in to listen with Archie.
“He was very tiny and very sleepy – not too pleased to be passed from his mummy. I think I was one of the first to cuddle him outside the family.
“I made Archie do the Queen’s wave, saying, ‘I suppose he’ll have to learn this’. Harry said: ‘No, he’s not growing up like that'."
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