You might have thought that marrying a TV star would help him improve his tespi skills.
But it seems that Prince Harry has not yet been compared to the acting talent of his wife Megan.
He appears in an amazing comedic sketch to promote his latest eco-travel project, in which tourists are judged on their green credentials.
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In a baseball cap, Apple Airpods and a T-shirt with the words “Daddy’s Girl” – a reference to Lillibet’s 11-month-old daughter – Harry runs through the woods in what is supposed to be New Zealand, but in fact California.
He is being chased by two Kiwi comedians dressed as “rating agents” who rate his greens.
They ask Harry if he knows that “we” invented jogging.
“Australians?” He replies.
I know you hate it.
When pointed out his mistake, he stalked the New Zealanders.
“Oh, sorry. I know you guys hate it. ”
He adds a greeting in Maori: “Kia ora”.
They accuse Harry of throwing away the sweet wrapper four years ago during his official visit to New Zealand.
He insists the wrapper is not his.
When agents go to mark his star rating with a stamp on his forearm, he says, “Uh, I really can’t take stamps.”
This applies to working members of the royal family – Harry is no longer one – not allowed to accept personal gifts.
The prince is first given three stars out of five, and then three and a half as stamps on his hand – for one towel and for local Australian honey.
He is also praised for not leaving the faucet running while brushing his teeth.
“Wait a second. How do you know that? ” Harry is joking.
The head of the rating agents, played by Star Wars actress Rena Owen, drives up in a van and recognizes the prince, who during the conversation utters a few phrases in Maori.
He admits that the green rating system “made me think” before running away.
Harry created Travalyst in 2019 to encourage both industry suppliers and consumers to be more environmentally friendly when it comes to travel.
But he drew criticism for his own flight around the world – that year, six of the 10 flights he made were private jets.