The Vogue issue, guest-edited by Meghan, features a variety of interesting topics; from Meghan interviewing Michelle Obama what her favorite sound is to Prince Harry talking about racism and how many children he plans on having with Meghan.
Harry interviewed Dr. Jane Goodall for the special edition of the magazine and their conversation quickly turned to preserving the world for the next generation.
The new dad said: “I think, weirdly, because of the people that I’ve met and the places that I’ve been fortunate enough to go to, I’ve always had a connection and a love for nature. I view it differently now, without question.
“I’ve always wanted to try and ensure that, even before having a child and hoping to have children – two, maximum!
“But I’ve always thought: this place is borrowed. And, surely, being as intelligent as we all are, or as evolved as we all are supposed to be, we should be able to leave something better behind for the next generation.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex became first-time parents in May, following the arrival of their son Archie.
Since then, new dad Harry revealed that he had noticed he had been continually evolving.
He said: “You are continually changing, and if you don’t think that every day is a learning process, then life is going to be very tricky for you.”
Harry had even revealed that he didn’t want a big family in 2018 during a visit to Ireland with Meghan.
While the couple were greeting fans, a woman named Elaine Adam-Stewart asked Harry, “My husband also has red hair and he gave me five children — when are you and Meghan going to get going?”
Adam-Stewart revealed that Harry laughed and replied: “Five children? — too many.”
Both Harry and Meghan share passion about saving the environment. That topic is also reflected in the Forces for Change September issue of Vogue. Meghan handpicked 15 influential women who have worked to make a difference. Among them are Dr Jane, teenage climate change protester Greta Thunberg, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.